Naspers CEO steps down
Money 24 February 2014

Johannesburg - Naspers CEO Koos Bekker will be stepping down from the board for a year. The move is effective from the 1st of April. Naspers CEO steps down

Economists warn it is time to rein in extra spending
Money 31 January 2014

Johannesburg - Wednesday’s interest rate hike could see more South Africans spiraling into debt. Many people who are just coping with rising petrol, electricity and inflation costs may find the lending rate hike just too much to manage.

An advocate speaks on big business who supported SA during apartheid
Money 29 December 2013

December 29 - Spokesperson for the JSC and former TRC Commissioner Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza, speaks to eNCA about a case laid against major international companies, by survivors and families of victims of Aparthied.

Money 30 October 2013

October 30 - eNCA speaks to Eskom spokesperson Andrew Etzinger who addresses protests against the installation of prepaid meters and accusations that people are being overcharged for them.

Money 30 October 2013

Pretoria, October 29 - Stats SA's quarterly labour force survey reports that more than 300 ,000 jobs were created between July and September 2013. Employment figures are the highest they have been in five years.

Money 1 October 2013

October 1 - eNCA speaks to deputy editor of TechCentral about mobile telecoms company Vodacom wanting to buy Neotel for R5 billion.

Money 3 June 2013

China is preparing to launch another manned spacecraft. It’s due to undergo a series of tests this week, ahead of the official blast-off later this month. The mission is the latest show of China's growing prowess in space exploration.

Arthur Goldtuck on Free State website
Money 5 March 2013

"Should've cost a few thousand", Arthur Goldstuck on the Free State's website

Mamphele Ramphele calls for change in mining industry
Money 6 February 2013

Mamphele Ramphele calls for change in mining industry

Public Protector launches investigation into Nkandla
Money 29 January 2013

Public Protector launches investigation into Nkandla