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KWAZULU - NATAL - Three people have been killed in two accidents on Van Reenen's Pass on the N3. The highway has been closed in both directions and traffic is backing up.
Legal councillor for the Helen Suzman Foundation, Anton van Dalsen, chats to eNCA's Joanne Joseph about the law suit it's leading against President Jacob Zuma, members of his Cabinet and the Gupta brothers.
The DA's National Spokesperson Refiloe Ntsekhe says the DA believes they have a strong legal leg to stand on in their case against President Jacob Zuma.
Last week, the company’s stock took a dive after a reported forced sale of shares by two of its directors. CEO of EOH Zunaid Mayet joins Moneyline to talk about this.
A recent survey on business ethics reveals a 25 percent increase in the number of people who observe misconduct. Dr Renate Scherrer, from JvR Consulting Psychologists, discusses.
Tax Director at Mazars, David French, answers the question.
JOHANNESBURG - With just 10 days left before Africa's most famous Mixed Martial Artist, Dricus du Plessis faces Borys Mankowski in Poland for the KSW Middleweight title.
Hong Kong’s securities regulator recently published a new circular on bitcoin futures contracts and cryptocurrency-related investment products. Technology Attorney, Russel Luck, speaks to Moneyline.
Taxes collected have increased by over 570-billion rand to a little over 1-trillion rand since 2008. Group Executive of the South African Revenue Service, Dr Randall Carolissen, discusses.
Dave Honeyman, Executive Head for Accident & Health at SHA Specialist Underwriters, answers the question.