City of CT condemns attacks on metro cops: In one incident, a driver is believed to have purposefully driven over the foot of an officer.
[LISTEN] Deadline for new Mining Charter extended: Talk Radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa spoke to Tebello Chabana, a senior executive for Public Affairs and Transformation at the Minerals Council, about the draft document.
[LISTEN] Safety precautions & dynamics of cave diving: Talk Radio 702’s Aki Anastasiou spoke to diving expert from PADI Dawie Schleubusch about the safety precautions and dynamics of cave diving.
Bikers furious after member hurt by ‘wire trap’ on Table Mountain: On Saturday, a cyclist on the trail was pulled clean off his bike when he hit the wire. He suffered bad abrasions to his neck.
#RandReport: Rand hits 3-week peak, stocks led higher by commodities: At 1500 GMT the rand was 0.76% firmer at 13.3550, its strongest since 14 June, having closed beneath the crucial R13.50 level in the previous week.
Kalk Bay ranked one of ‘coolest neighbourhoods’ in world: According to ‘Forbes’ magazine, it is among 12 neighbourhoods which include suburbs in Amsterdam, Washington DC and Seoul.
Gauteng winter showers ‘fairly normal’: Gauteng has been in the grip of a cold front for the past few days, which has brought showers to parts of the province.
Some relief for residents as dams feeding CT reach 53%: The Western Cape Environmental Affairs Department says the dams have seen an improvement due to the recent rainfall.
[LISTEN] Whistle-blower in Soweto church sexual abuse scandal opens up: Talk Radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa interviews Sinethemba Mbuli, the whistle-blower from Kingdom Prayer Ministry.
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