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JOHANNESBURG 19 March 2018 - Tougher measures are needed to stop corruption in corporate South Africa. In fact, the Competition Commission admits the Act it uses to bring offenders to book, hinders swift progress against companies.
IN THIS BULLETIN - DA Leader, Mmusi Maimane, will keep his position at the head of the DA for the next three years. Political analyst, Lukhona Mguni, says while he isn't facing a direct challenge, he's still not safe.
JOHANNESBURG 18 March 2018 - An organisation representing labour tenants has been told to meet with government to agree on a roadmap to finalise about 11 000 outstanding land claims.
JOHANNESBURG 18 March 2017 - Iconic homegrown tea rooibos pops up on the most unusual platform - a Marvel Comic book. eNCA’s Ditiro Selepe caught up with the South Africa Rooibos Council for a little brag time.
So, should politicians be taken at their word if their business is to make us believe what they tell us. Well, here’s President Jacob Zuma in November 2016 speaking about the prospect of prison.
When the ANC recalled Jacob Zuma as President of the country last month, Some of its officials highlighted among other issues the perception of corruption which surrounded Zuma.
After nearly a decade of delays, Jacob Zuma, South Africa's longest serving head of state, will have to answer to corruption charges in a court of law. And the NDPP says there are reasonable prospects of a successful prosecution.
JOHANNESBURG, 18 March 2018 - Mmusi Maimane has secured a second term as president of the DA, standing unopposed at the party’s elective conference next month. Political analyst, Lukhona Mnguni, talks about whether Maimane is still the right man to lead
JOHANNESBURG, 18 March 2018 - New York Times bestseller "Fire and Fury" has become one of the fastest selling book in the publisher's history, with over one-point-four-million orders placed. eNCA reporter, Khaya Khumalo, reviews the book.
JOHANNESBURG, 18 March 2018 - Executive director for Corruption Watch says the case against former president Jacob Zuma is significant for three reasons. The NPA has announced it will prosecute Zuma for corruption related to the arms deal.