It’s Xmas in July on Smile 90.4FM

We’re spoiling you six months early, by giving away 100 presents to the value of R750 000, including a brand new VW Polo Vivo!   How can you get your

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The Western Cape has now exceeded 1 million Covid-19 vaccinations administered

The Western Cape Health Department says while it continues to open registration for more age groups, they are balancing the demand and vaccine supply which we receive from the National

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Schoenmaker and Buitendag wins South Africa’s first two silver medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

South Africa is on the Tokyo Olimpics medal table, after a sensational performance by Tatjana Schoenmaker in the 100m Breaststroke final, in which she bagged silver. Having claimed the Olympic

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Smile’s Tip Jar – The Community Philharmonic Orchestra

The last two weeks have been quite heart wrenching as we heard from individuals who work in the hospitality and entertainment industry, who have been unable to make an adequate

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ALERT: Tiger Brands is recalling certain KOO and Hugo’s canned vegetable products

Tiger Brands is recalling certain KOO and Hugo’s canned vegetable products produced from 1 May 2019 to 5 May 2021 due to an extremely small number of defective cans supplied

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IN FULL: President Cyril Ramaphosa moves the country to adjusted Alert Level 3 of the lockdown

My Fellow South Africans, Since I last addressed you fourteen days ago, we have been fighting a battle on two fronts – the first against the deadly coronavirus, the second

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Alternative transport arrangements for commuters after the closure of the B97 taxi route between Bellville and Mbekweni

The B97 minibus taxi route between Bellville and Mbekweni (Paarl) has been closed for two months from tomorrow, Monday 26 July 2021. Two taxi ranks in Mbekweni, certain local route

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34 to 49-year old age-bracket lauded for registering in their thousands

Premier Alan Winde has commended residents, between the ages of 35 and 49 years, who have come out in numbers to register for their Covid-19 vaccination. During his weekly digicon,

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List of sites: Saturday Covid-19 vaccinations available for 24 July

The Western Cape Department of Health will be opening a number of sites tomorrow, Saturday, 24 July 2021, which will be available for walk-ins, in line with our priority system.

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[Listen]: Western Cape to see increase in third wave hospitalizations

The Western Cape Head of Health, Dr Keith Cloete says even though the province’s infection-rate is starting to flatten, hospitalizations will, for the next few weeks, continue to increase as

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UCT launches Africa’s first online High School

The University of Cape Town yesterday launched’s Africa and South Africa’s first online High School. UCT partnered with Cape Town-based education technology company, Valenture Institute to make this platform a

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SARB urges residents to not use/accept stained banknotes

The South African Reserve Bank has urged South Africans to not accept or use stained banknotes as a form of payment. The SARB says an undetermined amount of cash had

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WC Government working to restore public transport, end taxi violence

Today, the Premier of the Western Cape, Alan Winde, and the Provincial MEC of Transport and Public Works, Daylin Mitchell, met with Golden Arrow Bus Services’ (GABS) management, as part

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Cape Town’s Biovac Institute to produce Pfizer vaccines

South Africa’s Biovac Institute – based here in Cape Town – will become the first company in Africa to produce Pfizer’s COVID-19 jab. Biovac won’t produce the jab from scratch,

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[Listen]: Police presence ramped-up to quell taxi-unrest

Western Cape law-enforcement officers have been deployed to hot-spot areas, while roadblocks have also been set up, to search taxis for illegal firearms and other weapons. This, according to the

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Tax-industry still at stalemate

The Western Cape Transport MEC, Daylin Mitchell has expressed his disappointment that, despite weeks of engagement, no agreement has yet been reached between taxi-operators. Mitchell, during an online briefing yesterday

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Smile Top 200 Singles

They’ve been with us for the longest time… From 7-inch… To 12-inch remix.. To CD… To MP3 download. This weekend, we’re celebrating THE GREATEST SINGLES OF ALL TIME..! Counting down

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Vaccine rollout programme gaining momentum

South Africa’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout programme is gaining momentum with 221 417 vaccines administered yesterday, 20 July. According to the National Health Department, this pushes the cumulative total to 5

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Moseneke recommends local government elections be postponed to next year

Former deputy chief justice, Dikgang Moseneke, has recommended that the October local government elections be postponed to next year. He says the scheduled elections are likely to be free and

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70% of Western Cape healthcare workers vaccinated

With nearly 70-percent of Western Cape healthcare workers that have already been vaccinated against the virus there has been a significant reduction in staff becoming seriously ill or even dying

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IEC: Voters can now register online

The Electoral Commission says its new, online voter-registration facility now allows new and existing voters to conveniently register and update their details from the safety of their homes. Chief Electoral

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Suppliers warned against inflating prices after looting and public protests

The National Consumer Commission has warned retailers against inflating their prices in the wake of violent public protests last week. The Commission says it will keep an eye on the

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Winde: Continued taxi violence unacceptable

Statement by Premier Alan Winde: The ongoing taxi violence in the City of Cape Town has continued today despite every effort by both the national and provincial governments to find

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