In this episode, he first speaks to a gentleman who after seven years of separation, is finally collecting his divorce papers. He assures Rameez that they parted amicably but can't say why his estranged wife took so long to sign. They separated because he was no longer happy in the marriage - but stuck it out because of his son.
Next, Rameez meets with a supportive friend. He explains that his wife's cousin has been accused of attempted robbery. A case was laid against her for stealing her own takkies back from a friend.
Darren "Whackhead" Simpson calls up a random person and asks a range of nonsensical questions in a bid to see how long they'll stay on the line.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Western Cape's premier, Alan Winde joins Kfm Mornings to explain the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out plan.
"We have got supply coming, there's a single entry point at a national level"
"We've got the promise of a million doses this month, which will be rolled out first thing next month"
"Followed by another half a million - this is for the country - and we'll get our share of it to go to the frontline workers"
"Of course, we're playing our part, we'll get our system in place, so we can roll-out vaccines to everybody across the province, the smallest hamlet, the smallest village and towns across the whole province, between the private and public sector - we will make sure that there's a plan to do this"
Dandapani, a monk-turned-entrepreneur, emphasises on the importance of manifesting our energy in the right direction.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Darren "Whackhead" Simpson's Beitbridge border prank is getting increasingly popular on TikTok!LISTEN TO PODCAST
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live and work.
With companies increasingly adopting permanent work from home policies, it's no surprise that articles listing the top places in the world for remote working are popping up all over the internet.
One such list, published by Big 7 Travel shows our very own Mother City as one of the "50 Best Places For Remote Working In 2021".
Coming in at number 42, Cape Town is described as, "an incredibly connected expat and digital nomad scene from all corners of the globe. The scenery doesn’t hurt, either. Situated right on the water, surrounded by mountains and chockfull of colourful markets and quirky neighbourhoods, Cape Town is all about the atmosphere."
Darren "Whackhead" Simpson puts his prank victim in a catch-22 situation when he phones for a job interview but as a horrible boss.
Listen to more of Whackhead's pranks below:
Car insurance hang-up challenge
Neighbour won't clean up after her dog
Help, there's a bug in my nose!
Whackhead pranks the Telkom lady, aka the original Siri
Your dog's impregnated mine, now you have to pay maintenance
Catch Whackhead's Pranks, Weekdays at 8.10am on Kfm Mornings!
A German programmer living in California is close to losing access to his 7,002 bitcoin, worth about $220m (R335b).
The programmer lost his password and has just two attempts left before he is locked out forever.
He was gifted the bitcoin as a reward for making an animated video about the cryptocurrency in 2011.
Kfm Mornings discuss the unfortunate story.
Following Kfm Mornings' conversation about the Most Expensive Schools in SA in 2021, a listener calls in to say that she's surprised that the American International School of Cape Town is not on the list.
Kfm Mornings discuss Business Tech's Most Expensive Schools in South Africa in 2021.
Hilton College in KZN maintains the top spot of the most expensive school in the country with its annual fees at R331,550.
MichealHouse comes in at the second most expensive school at around R312,350 for a year of study and board in 2021.
St Andrew’s College in Grahamstown at number 3 with R305,550 for the year.
Rodean School for Girls in Parktown, Johannesburg just below the R300k mark at R296,184 per annum.
Joburg's St John’s College takes the fifth spot with annual fees of R291,862.
Check out the full list HERE.