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[PICTURES] It's freezing cold in Cape Town! (In case you were wondering)

[PICTURES] It's freezing cold in Cape Town! (In case you were wondering)

CapeTalk listeners share frosty car photos and zero degree car temperatures.

Furry Ice Age wolf head found in Siberian permafrost, now on exhibition in Tokyo

Furry Ice Age wolf head found in Siberian permafrost, now on exhibition in Tokyo

It is the first head found still covered in fur with fangs intact and provides scientists with information about the species.

Twitter had a 'whale' of a time with Trump's typo

Twitter had a 'whale' of a time with Trump's typo

President Donald Trump spelled the Prince of Wales's name wrong and though he deleted and retweeted it it, Twitter never forgets.

'Watching the whale choke and die on the ropes was horrific'

'Watching the whale choke and die on the ropes was horrific'

Environment editor at NDTV Swati Thiyagarajan describes seeing the Bryde's whale choke to death on an octopus net in False Bay.

Last year's Cape pollen count a 10-year record high

Last year's Cape pollen count a 10-year record high

Groote Schuur Hospital Allergy and Clinical Immunology head Professor Jonny Peter talks about its latest survey findings.

'No-repeat policy at foundation phase at schools a bandaid for the bottleneck'

'No-repeat policy at foundation phase at schools a bandaid for the bottleneck'

Creative parenting consultant Nikki Bush says DBE proposal is not considering the importance of the early learning phase.

SA-born Flying-V project manager describes radical re-design of aircraft

SA-born Flying-V project manager describes radical re-design of aircraft

Malcolm Brown in Delft, Netherlands explains the new Flying V aircraft which can reduce fuel consumption by 20%.

[WATCH]  "Racism is not a crime," says Vicki Momberg during TV interview

[WATCH] "Racism is not a crime," says Vicki Momberg during TV interview

#VickiMomberg is trending after an interview on Newzroom Afrika with JJ Tabane on Wednesday evening.

'Ramaphosa's Cabinet only has four ministers who supported Jacob Zuma'

'Ramaphosa's Cabinet only has four ministers who supported Jacob Zuma'

University of Johannesburg research professor Steven Friedman says the president seems to be in a stronger position.