In a disappointing trading day, gold shares gain with AngloGold Ashanti rebounding 4.45%, but diversified miners lose further ground
MPs get set for longs days working on the Eskom inquiry, and officials at nearly every second municipality have been awarded contracts
'We have taken the decision to establish a judicial commission of inquiry...we are moving as fast as possible on this matter'
Loss-making Altice USA expects to use proceeds from the offering to pay down debt of nearly $21bn
Gigaba’s plan to fix the economy amounts to damage control and is far too timid to reignite growth. Unless he can win the trust of business, SA will continue to slide downhill
For De Villiers to claim the game would have been different had his team made “20-odd” more runs tells us he is losing perspective
The revamped site, which remains the online home of the Sunday Times, has been designed with mobility in mind
The chair of the SABC’s interim board, Khanyisile Kweyama, also says the Special Investigating Unit will probe an R11m bonus paid to Motsoeneng
Acting CEO Tseliso Ralitabo says ‘un-researched’ decisions like local content quotas are among the reasons for the broadcaster’s precarious position
Controversial SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng was charged for comments he made at an April 19 media briefing, while under suspension
Motsoeneng is charged with contravening the terms of his suspension when he held a media briefing in April
At the media conference‚ former chief operating officer accuses Krish Naidoo of slander and defends his decision to implement a 90% local content policy
Parliament learns SABC owes a range of music interest groups at least R75m — despite 90% local music directive
Former communications minister could still face criminal charges as net close around those who misled the SABC inquiry
A 12-member, permanent board is to replace the five-member, interim board currently heading up the financially precarious public broadcaster
James Aguma's suspension follows calls made last week by Parliament for his removal because of the messy state of the public broadcaster
The former SABC chief operating officer is accused of gross insubordination for ‘slagging off’ his employer in the press
The former SABC operations chief may finally face the music — unless his lawyer insists on trying to combine the hearing with the High Court case over Thuli ...
Ayanda Dlodlo has requested a replacement for James Aguma pending the appointment of a permanent CEO
The public broadcaster has also begun its hunt for a new CEO, essential to its turnaround
The public broadcaster is facing its worst financial crisis, despite implementing a turnaround strategy
The cash-strapped public broadcaster wants digital devices that stream SABC TV programmes to pay the TV licence fee
The decision not to proceed with the appeal could signal the end at the SABC for Hlaudi Motsoeneng, who has largely been blamed for the crisis there
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The radio station lost millions in revenue after the order in June 2016, and listenership plunged from 390,000 people to 260,000 in four months
Department of Communications has sent someone with financial expertise to help the broadcaster’s board turn it around
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