Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele

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This velvet voiced entrepreneur and father left a career in marketing to pursue his passion – radio. Abs is warm and adventurous. His positive outlook and desire to motivate others mean early mornings start on a bright note, regardless of the headlines. Abs doesn’t shy away from controversy. He’s tenacious and optimistic. If there’s a silver lining, Abs will find it.

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Watch out! Identity theft on the rise (and how to avoid it)

Watch out! Identity theft on the rise (and how to avoid it)

Executive director of SA Fraud Prevention Service gives tips on how we can be alert and stay clear of identity theft.

Money Matters: How to make a million

Money Matters: How to make a million

Author and financial planner Sylvia Walker tells us how to do it.

Warder recalls "prison hell" as he retires after four decades at Pollsmoor

Warder recalls "prison hell" as he retires after four decades at Pollsmoor

Chris Malgas speaks about his experiences as a prison warder at the notorious Pollsmoor prison for four decades.

Tips to get rid of those pesky roaches, but don't splat them...it spreads eggs

Tips to get rid of those pesky roaches, but don't splat them...it spreads eggs

Listeners wanted advice on how to tackle the local cockroach problem and expert Salim Haji tells you how.

Publisher of book dubbed a racial coloured sterotype speaks out

Publisher of book dubbed a racial coloured sterotype speaks out

Paula Marais responds to racism levelled at Rainbow Nation Navigation: A Practical Guide to South African cultures.

Four vehicles petrol bombed at UCT

Four vehicles petrol bombed at UCT

The incident is under investigation, and comes a day after several acts of arson at CPUT's Bellville campus.

2015 IEB matrics' hard work pays off with 98.3% pass rate

2015 IEB matrics' hard work pays off with 98.3% pass rate

The results of the 2015 IEB matriculants has remained significantly above average, with a 98.3% pass rate.

2015: A reminder that young people have a voice

2015: A reminder that young people have a voice

Koketso Sachane says 2015 showed how young people will take a stand and drive change when unified on a point of principle.