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LONDON, 22 June 2018 - Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene says there is no money to give to Eskom to help them increase salaries. eNCA's Olly Barratt spoke to him in an exclusive interview.
PORT ELIZABETH, 22 June 2018 - The Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene wants the Eastern Cape provincial government to take over the running of 15 municipalities. One of these is The Great Kei. eNCA's Sandy McCowen is in the Eastern Cape.
The policy, which is to be publicly financed, aims to provide a “uniform package” of access to quality and affordable health services. It will target South Africans based on their needs, irrespective of their socio-economic status. Head of healthcare & li
Charity group Oxfam has cited many cases globally, showing those workers who produce the food we eat are themselves forced to starve.
More evidence today that the country's economy was in a weaker shape in the first quarter than many had thought. The current account which reflects the value of goods and services imported against the value of exports
Sunday Independent Acting Editor, Lebogang Seale, is in studio to disuss the swearing in of new North West Premier, Tebogo Mokgoro.
The CRL Commission has given the KwaZulu-Natal Education Department an ultimatum. The body wants the department to deal with teachers are forcing pupils from the Shembe Church, to cut their hair. eNCA reporter, Thubelihle Vilane, has more.
Will Kenya Airways’ new routes help it fend off competition Bruce Whitfield takes stock with the chairman of Kenya Airways, Michael Joseph.
The airline received approval from its Cabinet to control the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Bruce Whitfield takes stock with the chairman of Kenya Airways, Michael Joseph.
Kenya Airways has announced three direct fights to Cape Town. Bruce Whitfield takes stock with the chairman of Kenya Airways, Michael Joseph.