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KWAZULU-NATAL 20 September 2017 - Former KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu says corruption is contributing to political violence in the province. He was speaking at the Moerane Commission of Inquiry.
We’ve already seen the decline of the home video rental industry. So how is the cinema industry keeping up with the digital age in trying to reach the all-important and illusive millennial market?
GfK research reveals how brands can connect with people in townships by aligning with their values and South Africa’s leading township magazine tells the stories of how money is made and spent in townships across the country.
Editors Forum warns against the media getting involved in, what has been called, a season of political smear and counter-smear campaigns
PIETERMARITZBURG 20 September 2017 – Former KwaZulu-Natal premier Senzo Mchunu will testify before the Moerane Commission, which is investigating political killings in the province.
IN THIS BULLETIN - As controversy continues to follow auditing firm KPMG South Africa, a number of companies are reviewing their relationship with the firm.
JOHANNEBSURG 19 September 2017 - Advocacy group Right2Know says there’s hope in the fight against high data costs. The group protested outside the offices of the big four cellular companies on Tuesday.
JOHANNESBURG 19 September 2017 - For years bogus doctors have been issuing thousands of medical clearances to public transport drivers. But now the law is catching up with them as the Road Traffic Management Corporation embarks on a clampdown.
Sandile Mantsoe grabbed headlines when he was arrested for the brutal murder of his girlfriend Karabo Mokoena. A ‘Checkpoint’ investigation now reveals that he made his money through an alleged Ponzi scheme, targeting people desperate for a better life.
Michael Sassoon, executive director of the financial services company, says its decision to cut ties with KPMG after 18 years was prompted by governance concerns and worries about the auditor's relationship with the controversial Gupta family.