Show Us How You Enjoy A Coke With Your Meal And Win!

Meals taste better with Coke… Prove it to us in a photograph… and you could win a special edition Coca Cola Mini Braai with enough Coca Cola for everyone!  Next

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Workplace Double Play

Which songs get your workday going? Kickstarts your productivity… picks you up when you need a lift at the office… or gets you through a busy day at work..? Every

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Smile Secret Sound – R50 000 – Hear it. Know it. Win it.

The Secret Sound is the biggest competition on radio and the easiest way to win large cash prizes. The previous sound has been cracked and we have upped the stakes to

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MEC Anton Bredell’s Statement on the Earthquake off-coast and Tremors in CT

On 26 September 2020, at 19:10 SAST, a magnitude 6.2 Earthquake struck approximately 1600 km south-east of South Africa. Following the event, tremors were felt in various Western Cape suburbs

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Watch: Landmine detection rat wins Britain’s highest award for animal bravery

A landmine detection rat called Magawa, has won the animal equivalent of Britain’s highest civilian honour for bravery because of his uncanny knack of sniffing out landmines. UK’s leading veterinary charity,

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In Full: President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Heritage Day Speech

Celebrating our Living Heritage #HeritageDay #HeritageDay2020 #MyHeritageYourHeritage https://t.co/DQbmQ6Xc7U — Presidency | South Africa 🇿🇦 (@PresidencyZA) September 24, 2020 President Cyril Ramaphosa: Heritage Day 2020 24 Sep 2020 Fellow South Africans,

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Cele: 8 G.B.V. hot-spots in Western Cape

Police Minister Bheki Cele, says 8 of the 30 country’s gender-based violence hot-spots are in the Western Cape. Delft is the top GBV-hot-spot, while Khayelitsha amd Mfuleni have been pegged

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S.A.N.Parks: Silvermine Gate 1, Boulders and the picnic-sites at Oudekraal and Newlands re-opens!

SAN-Parks has announced the re-opening of the Silvermine Gate 1, Boulders and the picnic sites at Oudekraal and Newlands. Silvermine Gate 1, situated within the Table Mountain National Park, re-opened

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Watch: Beautiful Karoo Crossing cycling Route launched

Premier Alan Winde and MEC of Finance and Economic Opportunities, David Maynier, have launched the Karoo Crossing Route in Prince Albert. The Karoo Crossing is the fifth route in the

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Community urged to comment on the City’s proposed spatial plan for District Six

The District 6 Working Committee is calling on the community to comment on the City’s proposed plan for the neighbourhood. The City kick started the public participation process earlier this

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Watch: Roosterkoek Queen Tannie Poppie in Paarl!

Drakenstein Municipality and Paarl Wine and Tourism celebrated unity in diversity on the streets of this historic Boland town with a unique collaboration that forms part of the Tourism Reboot

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More City Libraries open for “Drop and Go” service

The City’s Libraries and Information Services reopened another 24 libraries yesterday which will allow more communities to make use of the drop and collect service. The new additions bring to

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Bailey’s High 5: 5 Brene Brown Quotes on Wednesday Wisdom

  I don’t know if you’re familiar with Brené Brown, but she’s a research professor whose bestselling books and viral TED Talks spare no truths and get us to re-examine

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Listen: 7 Integrated Wildlife Zones launched to protect Rhinos

The Department of Environment and Forestry says seven Integrated Wildlife Zones, are being introduced across South Africa, to provide further protection to the country’s rhino population. The Department joined the

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Listen: Minister Cele outlines Level 1 regulations

Police Minister Bheki Cele says police will continue to enforce the curfew under level 1 of the restrictions, which start at midnight until 04:00. He says alcohol can be bought

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WC Businesses encouraged to apply for Covid-19 Relief Fund

The Western Cape Government has launched a Covid-19 Business Relief Fund, which commits R27 million to supporting small businesses in both the formal and informal sectors who have been hard-hit

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Watch: Table View Primary learners celebrate their ‘superhero’ Principal by doing the #Jerusalema challenge

The provincial education department has lauded learners at the Table View Primary School, who celebrated their principal’s 50th birthday earlier this month by doing the Jerusalema Dance Challenge. This in

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World Rhino Day: WWF South Africa celebrates the work to grow the numbers of critically endangered black rhino

On World Rhino Day today, the Black Rhino Range Expansion Project celebrates the birth of at least 13 calves in 2020 on project sites across South Africa and in Malawi.

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Ramaphosa calls for permanent African representation on UN Security Council

President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa will use its virtual presence at the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for Africa to have a permanent representation on the UN Security

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[LISTEN] When Your Kids Embarrassed You

Kids say darnedest things…and sometimes those things leave parents red in the face. These are the moment that Smile Breakfast heard about this morning. It’s possible they pick up on

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Watch: Comedian does hilarious spoof of ‘My Octopus Teacher’ using a Kreepy Krauly!

The Netflix Original documentary ‘My Octopus Teacher’ has been wowing audiences across the world, and tells the story of Craig Foster and the unexpected bond he forms with an octopus

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Cape Point visitor facilities open

Just in time for the weekend, the Cape Point concession, will open to the public again, as from today. The facility will, for now, only be open over the weekends,

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Listen: Grade 10 and 11 year-end exams scrapped

The Department of Basic Education says it has scrapped this year’s Grade 10 and 11 end-of-year exams. The examinations have been replaced with controlled tests. The department says that several

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IN FULL: Cyril Ramaphosa’s speech on the move to Level 1 of the Lockdown

My fellow South Africans, Exactly half a year has passed since we declared a national state of disaster in response to the coronavirus pandemic. In that time, more than 15,000

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