Fees Must Fall Interview

We catch up with Sihle Lonzi, UCT SRC Rep and Co-founder and Chair of Rainbow Learning, about the current state of the #feesmustfall campaign and the way forward. read more

Interview With Dr Johan Burger

On Wednesday, 25 October, Lady T spoke to Dr Johan Burger from the Institute for Security Studies with regards to the Crime Stats that were released by the Minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula. read more

16 on 16 Youth Day Birthday Celebration

CCFm 107.5 made the 16th June a very special day for 5 sixteen year olds who turned 16 on the 16th. Besides being able to co-present on various radio shows they were also given a special 16th birthday part in the CCFm Hall. Entertainment from a rap artist, birthday... read more

Minister Alan Winde Chats About Free Wifi Hotspots

We chat this morning to Minister Alan Minister of Economic Opportunities about the 22 new wifi hotspots in the Western Cape. This brings the total to 72 hotspots with a further 78 to be rolled out by March 2017. This allows people a free 250 mb and a discounted 5 gigs... read more

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... read more


The South African Revenue Service has warned small businesses to be on the lookout for a new scam. Sars said on Monday that it has noted incidents of scam artists pretending to be Sars representatives who have approached unsuspecting small business enterprises to... read more


A new drug called a Jelly Baby is doing its rounds on the streets of Durban, Johannesburg and the Cape Flats. The drug, which resembles a sweet, is amphetamine-based and includes crystal methamphetamine (tik), is being sold to children. Brigadier Ebrahim Kadwa from... read more


Western Cape Premier Helen Zille said the United States has strong intelligence and have passed that intelligence onto the South African authorities. This follows information received by the US government over the weekend that terrorists group are planning to carry... read more

Oscar Pistorius to appear in court on Monday

The postponement of sentencing hearing in the Oscar Pistorius murder case will be heard on Monday in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, the office of the chief justice announced tonight. During the hearing, which is expected to last between 30 minutes and an... read more

Scores trapped after Japan quakes, storm hits

Kumamoto – Scores of people were feared buried alive Saturday after two powerful quakes hit southern Japan a day apart, killing at least 41 people, as a forecast storm threatened more devastating landslides. Homes, roads and railway lines were swept away when... read more

Zuma is not our enemy – Malema

Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma is not an enemy of the EFF, but he just happens to be standing in the way of the party and the nation achieving its goals, EFF leader Julius Malema said on Saturday. “Don’t think that Zuma is our enemy. Zuma is not our... read more


Our annual Cape Town Carols concert is popular with all our listeners. In 2015 Cape Town’s Grand Parade was the venue for this festive celebration with close to 5000 in attendance. read more