SOEs’ first priority is to support and lead the development agenda
South Africa 23 June 2017

Johannesburg, 23 June 2017 - Transport Minister, Joe Maswanganyi, says state-owned enterprises (SOEs) were not created to maximise profit, but to drive the development agenda.

#Africa: Understanding the situation in DRC
South Africa 23 June 2017

This week we speak to Professor Andre Mangu, from the University of South Africa to get an understanding of the situation in the DRC.

Fikile Mbalula interacts with residents of abandoned buildings in the Johannesburg CBD
South Africa 23 June 2017

Johannesburg, 23 June 2017 - Police Minister Fikile Mbalula spoke to some of the city dwellers who say they have nowhere to go. This forms part of Mbalula's campaign of visiting crime hotspots around the country.​

Transport Minister to make public SOEs’ finances
South Africa 23 June 2017

Johannesburg, 23 June 2017 - On Friday, Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi will make public the quarterly reports of some SOEs. A researcher at one of the country's think tanks says state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are crippled by systematic patronage.

WATCH: Men with pans on America's got talent
Life 23 June 2017

25 June 2017 - Size matters when it comes to the size of the frying pans this duo uses on stage. See why this exposing act left the judges belly laughing.

Parliament requests a review of Public Protector’s banking report
South Africa 23 June 2017

Johannesburg, 25 June 2017 - Parliament says it is only challenging part of the remedial actions ordered by the Public Protector in her report into the apartheid-era Bankorp bailout.​

eNews Direct - 22 June 2017
South Africa 22 June 2017

IN THIS BULLETIN: Constitutional Court rules that the national assembly speaker Baleka Mbete has the power to decide on secret ballot

I was elected by majority of South Africans to lead them: Zuma
South Africa 22 June 2017

PARLIAMENT 22 June 2017 - President Jacob Zuma may have been in the firing line in Parliament on Thursday, but if he was feeling the pressure he certainly didn't show it.

Metered taxi drivers promise ​to fight for their territory
South Africa 22 June 2017

JOHANNESBURG 22 June 2017 - Metered taxi drivers in Gauteng have vowed to fight tooth and nail to protect what they call their space. They’ve downed tools, calling on government to order the Uber taxi service to leave the country.​

The Constitutional Court ruling expressed the best of functional democracy
South Africa 22 June 2017

JOHANNESBURG 22 June 2017 - Special reporter Karyn Maughan says Thursday's Constitutional Court judgment is a lesson in functional democracy.