Youth Stage Takeover at Radio 786 The Evolution Of The Zulu Nation Could Offshore Wind Energy Blow Away SA's Electricity Crisis? Are Amendments To Schedule 2 Of The Electricity Regulation Act Going To Work? City Proposes Two Options: Homeless or Jailed? Abolishing Slavery in the 21st Century Public Trust in Politicians Waning Ridiculous Israeli Lobby Complaint Against Judge Siraj Desai Western Cape Reports Covid-19 Third Wave Mother Who Birthed 10 Babies In Gauteng Found Pensioner Killed After Being Raped, And Another Escapes Burglary SA Arming Riyadh's Attacks on Yemen New Research Shows Why Taxi Drivers Drive The Way They Do What You Should Know About The Updated Fire Alarm Rules Palestinians Continue To Be Silenced On Social Media Egypt's Role In Gaza Challenging Muslim Stereotypes In Film SA May Reconsider Its Relations With Zionist Israel Unbundling Eskom Doesn't Make Economic Sense World No Tobacco Day - Creating tobacco-free environments Sheikh Jarrah Residents Defiant Against Israelis Premier Winde - Preparing for the Third Wave Austria Releases Islamophobic Map of "Muslim" Areas Woman Shot Dead in Philippi Load Shedding on Hold to Accommodate Parliament Minister Zweli Mkhize No Show at Parliament SA Soldier Shot Dead in DRC Debate Necessary on Firearms Control Amendments Will Inclusionary Housing Help Eradicate Apartheid’s Spatial Legacy? British Media Skews Palestine Coverage



City Proposes Two Options: Homeless or Jailed?




Forced to be in a space that limits your activities?


Could the PEPUDA Bill Infringe On Your Freedom Of Religion?


Gown Gang Working Through Faith In Heideveld


Reclaim The City – Release of Military Land


Abolishing Slavery in the 21st Century


Spice Roots – Did you know Salt was used for Trade?


Strand Historian puts Legacy back in Community’s Hands


World No Tobacco Day – Creating tobacco-free environments







Primroses Malay Choir
Primroses Malay Choir

From left – Thaabiet Dante, Zieyaad Hattas and Nasser Karriem Shares  stories and tales of the undocumented History of the Ghoema, history of the Cape Malay Choir and the profound culture within Cape Town More Posts for Show: Xpressions

“I loved Detention” – Ebrahim Rasool
“I loved Detention” – Ebrahim Rasool

Ebrahim Rasool – Former Premier of Western Cape & SA Ambassador to USA & currently  Chairman of the Western Province Rugby Union board, speaks to Radio 786, Sunday Breakfast Club, About his School days playing Rugby, the importance of family bonds and Western Province Rugby saying, “First do the things you must do in order …

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World-renowned Qari Abdurahmaan Sadien recites live
World-renowned Qari Abdurahmaan Sadien recites live

Marking the auspicious ocassion of Layla-yul-Qadr, Qari Abdurahmaan Sadien rendered a live recital from the Radio 786’s Broadcast Centre

Bringing to a close a proud career on the bench
Bringing to a close a proud career on the bench

After more than 25 years Western Cape High Court Judge Siraaj Desai is retiring. In an interview with Radio 786, he says come next year, he will not be an active member of the bench. Judge Siraaj says it brings to an end a career that started more than four decades ago. He says it …

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A wholesome breakfast bowl
A wholesome breakfast bowl

Lock down has you feeling sluggish? Tune into Radio 786’s weekly Sunday breakfasts show with Ierefaan Cassiem and Fatima Razzak. Learn to save this festive season while being entertained and keeping up to date with the latest community news.

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