ANC's dynamics changing: Political analyst
South Africa 20 January 2018

JOHANNESBURG 20 January 2018 - The newly elected ANC National Executive Committee has reportedly tasked the party's top six officials with managing President Jacob Zuma's exit from the government.

WATCH: Zambia cholera outbreak spreads like wildfire
South Africa 20 January 2018

LUSAKA, Zambia - More than 70 people have died and over 3,000 have been infected with cholera in Zambia since the outbreak began in October. Last month, President Edgar Lungu directed the military to clean up markets and unblock drains to help fight the

WATCH: ANC top six plan President Jacob Zuma's exit
South Africa 20 January 2018

JOHANNESBURG - Political analyst Karima Brown believes the ANC's top six will move carefully in planning President Jacob Zuma's exit from the Union Buildings.​

eNews - 19 January 2018
South Africa 19 January 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN - The National Prosecuting Authority has tracked down over 200 prospective witnesses in a potential criminal case against President Jacob Zuma, and all are willing to testify.

Matshela Koko not negotiating an exit package: Eskom
South Africa 19 January 2018

PRETORIA 19 January 2018 - Eskom has denied reports that its CEO, Matshela Koko is negotiating an exit package. Koko was reinstated in his position earlier this month after the power utility found him innocent of any wrongdoing.​

NPA appeals ruling which sets aside Shaun Abrahams’ appointment as NPA boss
South Africa 19 January 2018

JOHANNESBURG 19 January 2018 - eNCA's Karyn Maughan says Shaun Abrahams wants the Constitutional Court to rule that his appointment as NPA boss was valid. The NPA is appealing last month's high court decision, setting aside Abrahams appointment.​

BackChat : Funerals Part 3 of 3
South Africa 19 January 2018

Is a lavish funeral OR making the most of your life, the best way to honour the dead? Some have the means to do both whilst others are left debt-ridden long after the 7 colours have been eaten.

BackChat : Funerals Part 2 of 3
South Africa 19 January 2018

It seems that even in death, the debate whether money buys love rages on. Are the ‘living’ overspending as compensation for their absence in death or sincerely demonstrating the extent of their affection? Can one put a price tag on mourning?

BackChat : Funerals Part 1 of 3
South Africa 19 January 2018

Death is inevitable. And funerals are big businesses. Some argue that it is more expensive to die than it is to live. This week we look at the expenditure of funerals.

WATCH: WC wine farms struggle amid drought
South Africa 19 January 2018

CAPE TOWN, 19 January 2018 - It is predicted that businesses will lose 20 percent in revenue, due to shrinking productivity of wine.​ ​Diemersfontein Wines HR manager, Denise Stubbs says that farms are struggling to produce grapes since the drought struc