Taxi Strike Interviews

Our breakfast team spoke to two of the roleplayers in today’s taxi strike. Mr Jay Jay Adams, Chairperson of the Retreat Taxi Association and the MEC for Transport and Public Works, Mr Donald Grant. They clearly give two different sides to the current strike...

Taxi Violence

  The strike has since got more violent. Buses in Delft and Khayelitsha have been attacked and several people injured. SAPS is trying to stabilise the situation. Buses from Nyanga Police Station have since moved towards the Airport area. The City of Cape Town has...

Mandela Park Fires Aid Appeal

THANK YOU, to all the listeners of Radio CCFm for your contributions! Recently, Radio CCFm sent out an appeal for aid to assist the victims of the Mandela Park fires that ravaged that community. You responded in droves by giving blankets, food, pet food and even with...

Cape Town Christian Community Loses Gospel Legend

Afrikaans Gospel singer, TV and radio personality, Pastor Ivan Siegelaar, passed away earlier today, at the age of 46, at Groote Schuur hospital, following a long battle with cancer. Siegelaar was born in Cape Town on 3rd August 1970, into a family of four of whom he...

Light of Gospel Penetrates Darkness of Campus Turmoil

On Tuesday this week I managed to weave myself into the conflict engulfing Rhodes University and had two sessions to share the gospel during an evangelistic mission hosted by Christians @ Rhodes — an umbrella body that represents all Christians on the campus. Their...

Australian pastor killed in Malawi

An Australian pastor died yesterday in a South African hospital after an assault in Malawi, his family announced today. Salvation Army Major Geoff Freind, 59, had embarked on a five-week trip to train Christian pastors in several African countries, stopping last week...