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[LISTEN] Your Cute Pets and Their Creative Names

We know how much you love your fur babies. We also know that each one of their names are special to you. And we’ve learnt  that you have had some

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[Listen]: Prof. Barry Schoub says spread of B.1.617.2 Covid-19 variant closely monitored

Covid-19 vaccine MAC chair, prof. Barry Schoub says there’s no need to be alarmed over the spread of the new Covid-19 variant – recently discovered in India – here in

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WHO: No need for panic about Indian-variant of Covid-19

The World Health Organization says it is now closely monitoring the spread of the new variant of Covid-19, first been detected in India. Infectious-disease expert and Covid-19 Technical Lead at

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Smile 90.4FM Top 200 Weekends – Greatest Albums Of All Time

It’s all about the full-length ALBUM. It creates definitive, long-lasting artistic statements… It reflects experience, composition, and creativity… A window into the artist’s story and musical vision…   This weekend

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SANParks: Some areas of Table Mountain National Park still under rehabilitation

South African National Parks has again reminded locals and tourists that some areas of the Table Mountain National Park is still undergoing rehabilitation and will be off limits until further

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[LISTEN] Cape Town Trail Runners Break Table Mountain World Record

It took trail runners AJ Calitz and  Christiaan Greyling 20 hours to break a Guinness World Record. Late last night the pair summited and descended down Table Mountain a total

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Winde: Please assist pensioners to register for the Covid-19 vaccination

Premier Alan Winde has urged those with access to the internet, to help their elderly family-members register for their Covid-19 vaccination. He visited the Cape Winelands District yesterday as part

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WATCH: Twins joined at the head, separated at Red Cross Children’s Hospital

The mother of a set of conjoined twins who underwent separation surgery in February this year at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital is overjoyed after the successful procedure.

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Ramaphosa: Vaccines should be viewed as a global public good, warning against vaccine apartheid

Dear Fellow South African, Twenty years ago, South Africa was the site of victory in a lawsuit that pitted public good against private profit. At the time, we were in

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B4SA: Government has acquired enough vaccines to successfully implement its Covid-19 vaccination campaign

Business lobby-group Business for South Africa says it is confident that Government has acquired enough vaccines to fully and successfully implement its nationwide Covid-19 vaccination campaign. The group’s Stavros Nicolau,

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IEC to employ technology to help voters register for 2021 elections

The South African Electoral Commission says it has purchased 40-thousand electronic verification devices, to be employed in the upcoming elections. Chief Electoral Officer at the Commission, Sy Mamabolo made the

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Springboks return to the International stage with a historic test series

The Springboks will make their much-anticipated return to international action in July when the world champions host Georgia in a historic two-match series, which is part of a bumper World

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[LISTEN] The Weirdest Guests at Your House

Today Lindy told us that she is moving house and the estate agent is having people view her current apartment to take over the lease. Much to her horror one

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W.C. Covid-19 dashboard visited more than 2-million times

The Western Cape Department of Health says its Covid-19 dashboard, launched at the start of the pandemic, has to date been visited more than 2-million times. According to Dr. Muzzammill

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Western Cape ramps up registration of pensioners on EVDS-system

The Western Cape MEC for Health, Dr Nomfarench Mbombo says her Department has been hard at work to help as many people – who are in line to be vaccinated

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More families move into new homes in Grabouw

The Western Cape Department of Human Settlements says a further 34 beneficiaries have moved into their new homes at the Hillside PHP Housing Development in Grabouw. MEC Tertius Simmers visited

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[PICS] Widespread flooding across Cape Winelands and Overberg after heavy rains

The winter storm that hit the Western Cape yesterday morning continues to move further inland and caused significant damage and flooding across the Cape Winelands and Overberg last night. Major

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“End vaccine inequity to avoid future pandemics”

The well-known Liberian politician, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf says although international co-operation has helped the World make great strides in the fight against Covid-19, more will need to be done to avoid

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Ramaphosa urges sharing of vaccine-technologies

President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged pharmaceutical companies to start making their Covid-19 vaccine technologies available to other countries to allow more nations to start manufacturing their own vaccines. Ramaphosa participated

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Cape Storm: Residents in Struisbaai evacuated

The winter storm that made landfall in the Southern Cape earlier today has led to severe localised flooding in the communities of Struisbaai, Cape Agulhas and surrounding areas. Several roads

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Western Cape gearing up for a major winter storm this evening

The storm is expected to make landfall this afternoon and continuing through the night. The South African Weather Services state significant rainfall can be expected for the Overberg and Garden

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Castle Lager Lions Series trophy unveiled

The winner of the 2021 Castle Lager Lions Series in South Africa will be the recipients of the first perpetual trophy in the history of the British & Irish Lions.

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South Africa bans captive breeding of lions

Conservation agency, Blood Lions, has welcomed the decision by the Department of Environment that South African farms will no longer be allowed to participate in the practice of captive breeding

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