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Crusaders 'used homophobic slurs, threatened us pretty violently' claims caller

Crusaders 'used homophobic slurs, threatened us pretty violently' claims caller

The rugby team strongly denied the allegations but a caller who was involved and a witness describe their side of the story.

Why your mobile network company may be one of the most hated companies in SA

Why your mobile network company may be one of the most hated companies in SA

MyBroadband editor Jan Vermeulen has penned a scathing column aimed at cellphone companies and their treatment of customers.

Is the US going to war with Iran?

Is the US going to war with Iran?

Afro-Middle East Centre researcher Ebrahim Deen explains the history between the two countries.

Cape gangs: 1000 jobs, 1000 social workers better than a 1000 cops, says Lester

Cape gangs: 1000 jobs, 1000 social workers better than a 1000 cops, says Lester

CapeTalk's Lester Kiewit and listeners discuss the problems of crime and gang violence on the Cape Flats.

UCT study to find out why people lose weight only to gain it all (and more) back

UCT study to find out why people lose weight only to gain it all (and more) back

The study is looking for participants between the ages of 25 and 45 to undergo a 6-week working memory training.

I will be asking difficult questions in Parliament - De Lille

I will be asking difficult questions in Parliament - De Lille

The Good Party leader says she is looking forward to helping fix the country after it secured two seats in the legislature.

Multiple-voting is minuscule and has no effect on election outcome, says expert

Multiple-voting is minuscule and has no effect on election outcome, says expert

Professor of criminal procedure at Wits University Stephen Tuson says there will have to be physical and documentary evidence.

'When I asked who was voting, only 10% of my students raised their hands'

'When I asked who was voting, only 10% of my students raised their hands'

Professor Nuraan Davids discusses civic responsibility education in schools and what contributes to voter apathy among the youth.

How the IEC could improve voter database to avoid multiple voting

How the IEC could improve voter database to avoid multiple voting

My Broadband's Jan Vermeulen looks at measures to combat fraud during elections.