eNews - 08 June 2018
South Africa 9 June 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: ANC members who'd convened for the KZN elective conference will go ahead with a consultative conference. The follows the court’s decision to stop proceedings. The matter has been postponed to next month.

Mantashe heckled at the ANC consultative conference
South Africa 9 June 2018

DURBAN 09 June 2018 - ANC National Chairperson Gwede Mantashe was heckled as he addressed the party's KwaZulu-Natal Consultative Conference on Friday night. Delegates chanted 'what has Zuma done' in what appeared to be support for Jacob Zuma.

Taking Stock: A wrap of major market movers Part 2
South Africa 8 June 2018

German investor Aton is intent on taking over Murray & Roberts, tabling a higher offer to the construction group after it upped its stake. Bruce Whitfield takes stock with CEO of Vestact, Paul Theron and Chantal Marx from FNB Securities Research.

Taking Stock: A wrap of major market movers Part 3
South Africa 8 June 2018

How did South African hospital groups perform? Bruce Whitfield takes stock with CEO of Vestact, Paul Theron and Chantal Marx from FNB Securities Research.

Taking Stock: A wrap of major market movers Part 1
South Africa 8 June 2018

As Steinhoff continued to bleed value in May, its African arm, STAR, announced plans to revert to its original name, Pepkor. Bruce Whitfield takes stock with CEO of Vestact, Paul Theron and Chantal Marx from FNB Securities Research.

The Clinch TV - Aaron 'The Joker' Chalmers
South Africa 8 June 2018

After his jaw-dropping submission of Ashley Griffiths (4-7) the reality TV star turned mixed-martial artist Aaron Chalmers (4-0) entertained the media backstage at the landmark Bellator 200 event in Wembley, England.

Floyd Shivambu defends un-African comment, saying Black leadership is undermined in Treasury
South Africa 7 June 2018

The EFF's Floyd Shivambu is in studio with eNCA's Cathy Mohlahlana to explain his un-African comment about Treasury deputy director-general Ismail Momoniat.

SA scientist unveils two 360-million-year old fossils
South Africa 7 June 2018

A South African scientist is making history tonight. Doctor Robert Gess has unveiled two fossils which are believed to be 360-million-years old. The bones belong to tetrapods - some of the first creatures to walk on four legs. Michael Marillier has more.

Duarte comments on Zuma supporters threatening to break away from ANC
South Africa 7 June 2018

The ANC faces a challenge from loyalists of former President Jacob Zuma. They have threatened to break-away from the party under the banner “The African Transformation Congress”. It’s been alleged that the former President has links to this plot.

ANC to challenge court application against its provincial conference
South Africa 7 June 2018

Disgruntled members of the ANC's Moses Mabhida region in KZN are threatening to head to court to stop the provincial conference. They say processes have been flouted. Deputy Secretary General, Jessie Duarte, says the party will challenge the application.