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Faka Moraka from the North West Business Forum tells eNCA's Gareth Edwards that they have wanted Premier Supra Mahumapelo out of his position since 2015.
SAPS Spokesperson Sabata Mokgwabone confirms that rubber bullets have been fired to disperse people who are protesting and looting in Mahikeng in the North West.
An emotional Bangladeshi national says many foreign-owned shops near Mahikeng have been looted and destroyed. He's appealed to government to intervene.
South Africa's population consists of over 57-million people, with a large youth majority - 66-percent of the country's citizens are under 35 years old. This has massive implications on how companies understand not only their employees
Unions have expressed unhappiness over delays in wage negotiations in the Public Sector. Economist Lumkile Mondi speaks to Siki Mgabadeli on what is at stake.
Tensions in the North West are high as Mahikeng residents call for the premier's resignation. eNCA's Michael Appel is on the ground with ANC member Mvuleni Mbipha who says that people are tired of corruption, poor leadership and lack of service delivery.
Following violent protests in the North West province, President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut his UK trip short and is expected to meet provincial councillors on Friday. eNCA's Xoli Mngambi breaks down what his actions say about his leadership style.
A massive police presence has engulfed the city of Mahikeng in an effort to control protests and clean up the area after buildings and vehicles were torched by protestors. SAPS spokesperson Sabata Mokgwabone has more on the situation.
A massive police presence has engulfed the city of Mahikeng in an effort to control protests and clean up the area after buildings and vehicles were torched by protestors. eNCA's Michael Appel and Lirandzu Themba have the latest.
AfriForum's Kallie Kriel explains why the organisation plans to prosecute EFF leader Julius Malema in court. He adds that AfriForum is working on two more cases that implicate Malema.