Kidnappers demand Bitcoin ransom for Witbank teenager
South Africa 23 May 2018

JOHANNESBURG – Mpumalanga police are investigating the kidnapping of a 13-year-old boy in eMalahleni, formerly known as Witbank.

The importance of doing exit interviews
South Africa 23 May 2018

In a labour market where employees come and go, one expert says it is important to do exit interviews to understand why your employees are leaving. CEO of Jack Hammer, Debbie Goodman-Bhyat unpacks.

What to expect for this month’s interest rate decision
South Africa 23 May 2018

The Monetary Policy Committee begins its bi-monthly meeting on Tuesday to decide on the inflation rate. Economist at PwC Maura Feddersen joins Motheo Khoaripe for a preview of the final decision.

Checkpoint : Train Terror Part 3 of 3
South Africa 23 May 2018

The Passenger Rail Agency, PRASA, has grand plans to upgrade stations and trains over the next 20 years. But what should frustrated commuters do in the meantime?

Checkpoint : Train Terror Part 2 of 3
South Africa 23 May 2018

South Africans are unfortunately used to violent crime and car hijackings – be it at busy intersections, or in our driveways. But here’s a new one – train hijacking.

Checkpoint : Train Terror Part 1 of 3
South Africa 23 May 2018

Train travel in South Africa is at an all low, with paying passengers more than halved from 633-million a year on average, to 211 million last year.

Presidency to deliver budget vote speech
South Africa 23 May 2018

Presidency to deliver budget vote speech on Wednesday in Parliament.

Abahlali branch leader killed in KZN
South Africa 23 May 2018

Security cluster ministers are concerned about the failure to arrest and prosecute those behind political killings in KwaZulu-Natal.

State-run schools stunt development: IRR
South Africa 23 May 2018

IRR report says SA needs alternatives to the state education system that's ruining children's future.

Construction contractors claim government left them destitute
South Africa 23 May 2018

Emerging construction contractors are claiming a government training programme has left many of them destitute.