Listeners will know Moloto as a weekly finance and business contributor to the Afternoon Drive with John Maytham show in addition to her various stand-ins on other programmes, including Breakfast and The Money Show.

Upfront with Refilwe starts on Monday, 11 March and will serve the CapeTalk audience in Cape Town. It will replace The Eusebius McKaisier Show, which has been simulcast with sister station 702. The Eusebius McKaiser Show will continue broadcasting to its 702 audience in Johannesburg, and beyond.

"Research and a perpetual review of our offering have fuelled the decision to prioritise Cape Town-related news and issues during the mid-morning. Upfront with Refilwe will provide 'Capetonians' with a healthy mix of current affairs, lifestyle, fashion and business. International news and trends will feature too," says CapeTalk programme manager, Tessa van Staden.

Van Staden adds, "Refilwe is well-known to the CapeTalk audience. Her passion for the city and her broad interests will be reflected. The show will also hold true to the station’s commitment to making information accessible."

"Refilwe won’t shy away from talking tough. I want to thank Eusebius for his dedication and commitment to having brave conversations that have challenged our audience," says van Staden.

"I am honoured to join the CapeTalk family in a permanent capacity. The station offers a world-class approach to broadcasting, and when the opportunity came to be involved on a more consistent basis, I could not resist. I look forward to creating meaningful conversations and forging a special relationship with our audience," says Moloto.

In addition to discussing the news and information of the day, Upfront with Refilwe will engage high profile personalities about the lesser-known aspects of their lives, habits and major influences during the third hour (11:00) of the show called Up Close & Personal.

Listeners can look forward to in depth discussions with (among others) rapper and actress Boity as well as National Geographic's Professor Lee Berger in the first week.

The station has also announced the expansion of the role of late-night host Sara-Jayne King. This author and former journalist will be moving to the weekends. From Saturday, 16 March she will present a music show, which will carry onto every Saturdays and Sunday at 10:00 thereafter. Her brunch programme will follow the Weekend Breakfast show, hosted by talk radio presenter Africa Melane.

CapeTalk's new daytime line-up

The station's line-up will take effect on Monday, 11 March and will run as follows:

Monday to Friday line-up

Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele

04:00 — 06:00

Breakfast with Kieno Kammies

06:00 — 09:00

Upfront with Refilwe

09:00 — 12:00

The Xolani Gwala Show

12:00 — 13:00

Lunch with Pippa Hudson

13:00 — 15:00

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham Show

15:00 — 18:00

The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield

18:00 — 20:00

Tonight with Lester Kiewit (Monday to Thursday)

20:00 — 22:00

Late Nights with Aubrey Masango (simulcast) (Monday to Thursday)

22:00 — 01:00

Weekend line-up from Saturday, 16 March

Saturday line-up:

Weekend Breakfast with Africa

06:00 — 10:00

Solid Gold with Sara-Jayne King

10:00 — 14:00

Solid Gold Saturday

14:00 — 21:00

The Magic Bus

21:00 — 23:59

Sunday line-up:

Weekend Breakfast with Africa

06:00 — 10:00

Solid Gold with Sara-Jayne King

10:00 — 14:00

Solid Gold Sunday

14:00 — 17:00

Jazz Sessions with Gary van Dyk

17:00 — 19:00

SportsTalk with Marc Lewis

19:00 — 21:00

Tonight with Lester Kiewit

21:00 — 23:00

Best of Talk

23:00 — 01:00

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