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DA leader, Mmusi Maimane, says the DA won't vote on the Constitutional amendment for land expropriation. He says it won't benefit poor people. He was speaking of the sidelines of a visit to Soweto families who've become land owners for the first time.
Now, One expert has raised concerns over the ability of hackers to extract data undetected. Ukuvuma Cyber Security's managing director Andrew Chester joins us now to unpack this.
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Manatashe has given industry stakeholders 30 days to make submissions on the recently released draft Mining Charter. Some have raised concern about the charter's potential to divert investment from the country.
SuperSport is expected to deliver its findings following an independent investigation into Ashwin Willemse's walk-off set in May. eNCA's Hloni Mtimkulu recaps the incident.
The tax payer may foot the bill for wage increases at Eskom. The cash strapped power utility is negotiating with workers’ unions, following last week’s deadlock. The utility claims it can't afford to increase salaries. eNCA's Silindelo Masikane has more.
Imagine if you were told that from next month you will have 10% less money to spend. Yet this is exactly what would happen if you decided to start saving 10% of your income today.
South Africa has one of the highest reported rates of new TB cases in the world
Sars Acting Commissioner, Mark King, is in studio to discuss contemporary issues such as the improvement of tax enforcement technology with a focus on the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Some Uber drivers are protesting the rising cost of fuel. They are also unhappy about the 25 percent fee charged by Uber, per ride. In studio to unpack their grievances is Teresa Munchick from The Movement, an organisation representing Uber drivers.
From 1 July, residents living in Johannesburg will be forced to separate their refuse before it is collected up by PikItUp. The company will provide residents with colour coded plastic bags - blue for glass and plastic, and green for bio-degradable waste.