Local bourse recovers from Thursday’s losses on positive sentiment amid rumours that President Cyril Ramaphosa may reshuffle his Cabinet any day now
Anthony Butler says the DA may feel compelled to move right and the EFF left, and Resilient’s share price hit a three-and-a-half-year low
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane will launch a national petition opposing the increase in value-added tax (VAT).
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) claims that it has been subjected to violent political intolerance in KwaZulu-Natal by the ANC.
Gucci donates $500,000 to US student gun reform march in New York.
The ratings agency has issued a lukewarm report on the budget, voicing its concern about Eskom, public sector wage negotiations, free tertiary education and the NHI
But the country fared less well in the underlying indices, including policy perception, confirming what local companies have said about the deterioration of regulatory confidence and security
Trump recites inflammatory ‘snake’ song in anti-immigrant diatribe National Harbor.
Flyhalf finally shrugs off injuries and is raring to get season going against Hurricanes at Loftus
His Bank Zero is likely to epitomise Jordaan and his career thus far — innovative, consumer focused and cool in a nerdy banking way
An ad about paying your TV licence assumes only men can do this — and all women can do is go to the mall to buy shoes
The Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA received complaints about language used during the flighting of the #FillUpTheDome concert, in November
But SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says the body is unaware of the SABC’s plans to stop radio commentary in the two competitions
The group says it is greatly concerning that the decision may lead to further layoffs of media workers, ‘in a context of shrinking newsrooms across the ...
The SABC has not had a chief operating officer since July 2017, but the board still needs a CEO and chief financial officer
The NGO also says the SABC continues to collect licence fees despite being well aware of its ‘looming insolvency’
Bemawu has called off its strike, after accepting an increase close to the broadcaster’s original offer, while the CWU is consulting members
The chairman of the standing committee on finance was biting in his response to the SARS commissioner and his complaint about Jonas Makwakwa’s FIC report
In a bid to prevent further disruptions at the broadcaster and with the ANC elective conference due to start this weekend, management has offered to enter ...
The national broadcaster has been waiting for a government guarantee for the better part of the year, while some staff have gone on strike
Despite not trusting state institutions in general, the South African Reconciliation Barometer shows, surprisingly, that the embattled SABC is still trusted
Despite strong objections by opposition parties and civil society groups, the Durban city council approved it
Rachel Kalidass has quit barely a month after the board was appointed, saying the person favoured for the CEO post had fraud allegations hanging over his head
Communications Minister Kubayi-Ngubane says she will appeal against ruling clipping her wings on the appointment of executives
CPI’s Nico Smith has been accused of spying on reporters including Rob Rose and Peter Bruce, and politicians on behalf of Gupta-linked persons
Acting CEO Nomsa Philiso says things are tough for the struggling organisation and it is not out of the woods yet
Last week’s failed talks led to both workers’ unions calling off demonstrations, but Bemawu says it is prepared to strike again, with the SABC ...
The Broadcasting‚ Electronic Media and Allied Workers Union says the strike is not only about money but abuse by management, and unilateral change to ...
Bongumusa Makhathini had promised to do so, after his involvement with the Bongi Ngema-Zuma Foundation diabetes nonprofit group had raised concern
The appointment of Bongumusa Makhathini and Febe Potgieter-Gqubule draws the ire of opposition parties and lobby groups
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