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CAPE TOWN, 21 September 2017 - Forensic pathology services in the Western Cape are set to become more streamlined. A brand new facility is being built in Cape Town.
Earlier this year, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant announced changes to the scale of benefits prescribed in the Unemployment Insurance Act. Director at the South African Payroll Association, Arlene Leggat, explains.
Despite challenging economic conditions, retail sales growth for July was the highest recorded for that month, since 2015. This is according to the Mastercard SpendingPulse report, which tracks retail sales. Sarah Quinlan from Mastercard discusses.
For many, books mean a great journey through worlds unknown. And, this is what's inspired Loyiso Langeni to open one of Johannesburg’s trendiest book stores, in the heart of Maboneng.
We caught up with actor, Thato Molamu, who says he loves spoiling his family.
JOHANNESBURG, 21 September 2017 - Two young South Africans, Warren Handley and Tom David, have returned home from an epic journey. They walked 6,000 kilometres from Mount Kilimanjaro to Johannesburg.
DURBAN, 21 September 2017 - Presidential hopeful Zweli Mkhize says only unity will save the embattled ANC from losing power. He was addressing SASCO members at Mangosuthu University of Technology in Durban.
PRETORIA, 21 September 2017 - Judgment in the case brought by 20 Gupta-owned companies against the Bank of Baroda will be handed down at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. The companies are fighting to keep their accounts open.
IN THIS BULLETIN - Former KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu says corruption is also contributing to political violence. He says sometimes people kill each other because they are defending a corrupt leader.
CAPE TOWN ,20 September 2017 - One of the world’s top TV chefs, Nigella Lawson, recently visited South Africa for the first time. Fans turned out in droves to meet her.