R2 MILLION! 1 Listener can WIN it all!

We’re making South African radio history. Never before has one station given one listener the chance to win a prize this big. 2 Million Rand Cash.   How the competition

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Smile Secret Sound 2019

The 2019 Season of the Smile Secret Sound started on Monday the 4th of February, with another R250 000 in cash up for grabs for this year’s winners. All you

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Free Food Fridays with Smile 90.4FM and Roman’s

During every workday there is one thing on everyone’s mind – what’s for lunch? But as the saying goes: there’s no such thing as a free lunch. That was true

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MILNERTON MAN FIRST TO SUMMIT LION’S HEAD

A local adventurer has become the first blind man to summit Lion’s Head. Adventurer Christopher Venter from Milnerton, conquered the world famous peak last week with the help of  well-known

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CAPE TOWN A ‘PREFERRED GREEN ECONOMY INVESTMENT’ ZONE

The City of Cape Town’s Economic Opportunities Department says the strengthening of partnerships with overseas countries, will help boost investment in the Mother City’s economy. The Department hosted the Consular

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OH NO! CAPE TOWN EXCEEDS WATER CONSUMPTION TARGET!

Cape Town’s water consumption this week has exceeded the current 650 million litres/day limit. Dams supplying Cape Town are currently sitting at 79,7% of storage capacity, a drop of 1,0%

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MUSIC FEST 2019

In proud partnership with sponsors Super Bock Beer & Amigos Portugueses, we bring you MUSIC FEST 2019 featuring Mi Casa! Date: 26th October 2019 , doors open at 13:00pm Venue:

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Fugard Theatre Kinky Boots Competition

Eric Abraham and the Fugard Theatre present a brand new, original production of this huge-hearted, smash-hit musical. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical, Tony Award for Best Original

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SUCCESSFUL RALLY-TO-READ DRIVE THIS WEEKEND

Twenty-four companies and their staff, drove in a convoy of over 40 cars this Saturday to visit 12 schools in and around Worcestor to drop off books and educational materials.

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8 Out Of 8 Questions: 18 October  2019  (Party Edition)

          Play The ultimate 80’s & 90’s quiz, where you get a chance to test your knowledge of all things 80’s & 90’s … music, news

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LAVENDER HILL ACTIVIST AMONG TOP 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMEN

This week we honour and celebrate a community activist from Lavender Hill who has been named as one of the Top 100 most influential women in the world. Lucinda Evans

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Bailey’s Hi-5: 5 Things You’ve Forgotten to Spring Clean

I know we experience 4 seasons in a day here in the Mother City, but technically it’s still Spring, which means Spring Cleaning is a must. We know the basics

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The Honest Truth: President Ramaphosa must act now on load shedding

Premier Winde calls on President Ramaphosa to act now on load shedding In the face of another load shedding crisis, President Ramaphosa must act to allow municipalities to procure power

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8 Out of 8: 17 October 2019

        8 Out Of  8 Questions: 17 October 2019   1.Which Olivia Newton-John song spent 10 Weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100? 2.This 1997 film

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ARCTIC SUNRISE IN CAPE TOWN TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT OCEANS

The world famous Greenpeace vessel, the Arctic Sunrise has docked in the Mother City. The visit forms part of highlighting the dangers of over-fishing in local communities and to spread

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5 Foods You Should Always Buy Frozen and not Fresh

Fresh fruit and Veg are amazing, obviously, but often they can spoil or go to waste if you haven’t got round to using them, and that’s why frozen veggies are

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The Honest Truth: Don’t let a bite end a life: Join the global fight against rabies and vaccinate

Dr Nasiha Soofie, a medical doctor as well as PhD candidate specializing in infectious diseases, spoke to Benito Vergotine on The Honest Truth about the dangers of rabies.  Listen to

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8 Out of 8: 16 October 2019

        8 Out Of 8 Questions: 16 October  2019   1.What did Brandy and Monica both claim, in 1998? 2.In which TV sitcom would have encountered  Kevin

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ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER HEADING TO CAPE TOWN FOR INTERNATIONAL WATER CONGRESS

The W12 Congress will take place in Cape Town on 27-31 January 2020. The aim is to find solutions and a protocol for tackling global water challenges, with key stakeholders

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CITY WIDE WALKING BUS INITIATIVE LAUNCED

The Department of Community Safety has launched a city wide Walking Bus Project this morning. The Walking Bus project is an initiative where residents within a community forms groups to

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The Honest Truth: Caitlin Rooskrantz, you make us proud!

The South African Gymnastics Federation is ecstatic with the results of its Women’s Artistic Team who have competed at the 2019 Artistic World Championships in Stuttgart this week. Caitlin Rooskrantz,

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What’s Going Viral: A Video of a 2 Year Old Boy Who Didn’t Get a Kiss Goodbye

A Mom, Diana Simos, in Jacksonville recently shared footage of her 2-year-old son complaining about how she rushed off to work without giving him a kiss goodbye — and the

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The Honest Truth: Vulnerable and marginalised South African farm workers’ future hanging in the balance

Farm workers are an integral part of South Africa’s economy and the food system. Yet they are often food insecure themselves, marginalised and vulnerable to exploitation. Listen to the conversation

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