Taking Stock: In Conversation with Kenya Airways Chairman Michael Joseph Part 1
South Africa 22 June 2018

Kenya Airways has announced three direct fights to Cape Town. Bruce Whitfield takes stock with the chairman of Kenya Airways, Michael Joseph.

Section 27 releases SIU report on Gauteng Health Department
South Africa 21 June 2018

Explosive details of a Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report on massive corruption within the Gauteng Health Department that was quietly shelved have been revealed by civil society organisations keen to expose rot amounting to about R1.2 billion.

WATCH: VBS bank insists it's going nowhere
South Africa 21 June 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 21 June 2018 - VBS curator Nditsheni Tshithavhani insists the bank won't be going under and that clients shouldn’t panic come 31 August.

WATCH: Eskom wage talks deadlock
South Africa 21 June 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 21 June 2018 - Wage negotiations between Eskom and trade unions remained deadlocked on Thursday after the power utility tabled a 4,7 percent wage increase, which unions rejected the day before. The NUM, Solidarity and Numsa have made a coun

VIDEO: SARS Commissioner to announce outcome of BRICS meeting
South Africa 21 June 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 21 June 2018 - Acting SARS Commissioner Mark Kingon will today announce the outcome of the BRICS Tax meeting which started in Sandton on Monday. The meeting has been discussing improvements to tax enforcement technology.

VIDEO: Cabinet condemns blocking of freeways during protests
South Africa 21 June 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 21 June 2018 - Cabinet has condemned the blocking of freeways during several protests on major routes around the country. Communications Minister, Nomvula Mokonyane briefed the media a short while ago, on the outcomes of the latest.

WATCH: Amendments for land expropriation without compensation?
South Africa 21 June 2018

CAPE-TOWN, 21 June 2018 - The joint CRC will hold a meeting ahead of next week’s public hearings on Section 25 of the Constitution. The parliamentary committee was set up to probe whether South Africa's Constitution should be amended to allow for it.

Familes of deceased miners demand R2m each
South Africa 21 June 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 21 June 2018 - The families of the miners who died at Sibanye Stillwater have demanded R2-million per family in compensation.

WATCH: Tebogo Mokgoro expected to be the new NW Premier
South Africa 21 June 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 21 June 2018 - The ANC’s national executive committee is expected to announce the new North West premier to replace Supra Mahumapelo, who resigned. Sources confirm former North West director-general Tebogo Job Mokgoro will get the job.

“Proposed BEE amendments against meaningful transformation” - Expert
South Africa 21 June 2018

There are concerns that the draft amendments to the Black Economic Empowerment Codes released by Department of Trade and Industry may hurt the wider transformative process. The DTi released the latest round of amendments last week for public comment.