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Pressure on consumer salaries in SA is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Senzo Nsibande, CEO of FNB Money Management. Topics of discussion include: items weighing on consumer spending at the moment; the growing threat of inflation and higher interest rates for consumers; planning finances t…
 
Iconic interviews on the 100th episode of #MSW - Robert Marawa speaks to legendary English commentator Martin Tyler ahead of the down-to-the-wire Super Sunday in the English Premiership this weekend. The final of the CAF Champions League is also in the spotlight, with Referee Victor Gomes. And fans and players from everywhere share their thoughts o…
 
A site visit to Eskom's Medupi power station in Limpopo revealed that procedural non-compliance and lack of supervision and management oversight were the reasons for the plant losing unit 4 during an explosion in August last year. Speaking to the media, acting GM of the station Zweli Witbooi said the estimated cost to repair the unit was R2.5bn.…
 
Stellenbosch University is committed to setting up an external independent commission of inquiry into incidents of racism and harassment. This comes after student Theuns Du Toit urinated on the belongings of fellow student Babalo Ndwayana this past weekend.저자 TimesLIVE Podcasts
 
Parliament legal team in the public protector’s impeachment interdict case has asked the Western Cape High Court to dismiss the case with costs.Busisiwe Mkhwebane is in court in a bid to stop President Cyril Ramaphosa and parliament from suspending her.저자 TimesLIVE Podcasts
 
Despite the end of apartheid 28 years ago, racial incidents continue to be reported in SA's schools with increased regularity, according to South African Human Rights Commission's (SAHRC) Commissioner Andre Gaum.In this episode of the Politics Weekly, we ask what sustains racism in our society, and how we can fight it more effectively. Joining our …
 
SA's water crisis has been worsening over the past few years. It has become evident that in many areas, municipalities across the country are unable to provide basic water services for residents. A number of factors, such as climate change, are known to be the cause, but according to water expert Benoit Le Roy, neglected infrastructure and the lack…
 
The group of financially savvy ladies came together with the joint aim of ensuring that groceries are the least of their worries. Members pay a monthly contribution fee of R410 from January to December. During the second week of December, members use the lump sum to purchase grocery items in bulk and share them equally amongst themselves.…
 
Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s legal team, led by Dali Mpofu, argued that President Cyril Ramaphosa can’t be involved in a bid to suspend her as he is implicated.In an attempt to halt Ramaphosa from suspending her, Mkhwebane laid her case before the Western Cape High Court.Mkhwebane is being victimised by the head of state, head of parliament and chief justi…
 
The unlawful cancellation of pension funds is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Tabitha Paine, attorney and acting head of legal at Open Secrets, together with Thomas Malokotsa from Unpaid Benefits Campaign (UBC). Paine and Malokotsa discuss the history of the case; what their organisations…
 
No stranger to rescuing and repatriating animals in Ukraine, Gqeberha wildlife rescuer Lionel de Lange is at it again, this time with Behind The Herald Headlines with Daron Mann in tow.De Lange, who recently risked his life to save a circus bear from war-torn Ukraine, only for Masha to reach her forever home, suffer a stroke and sadly die, is this …
 
The family of a slain police officer killed while on duty in Pretoria has expressed shock that his killer’s conviction and sentence have been overturned by the Constitutional Court.Const Kenneth Sithole was fatally stabbed in Sunnyside in Pretoria while taking part in a police operation that aimed to free the crime-ridden streets of the capital’s f…
 
The law only allows three exceptions to the use of symbols of hate such as the old SA flag. These exceptions include the usage of the symbol for purposes of bona fide artistic ends, academic endeavour or journalism. The gratuitous display of the old SA flag, for these reasons, have been declared as constituting hate speech.AfriForum is hoping to pe…
 
The corruption trial of former president Jacob Zuma and French arms firm Thales was postponed yet again in the Pietermaritzburg high court on Tuesday. The trial, which was set to start last month, was postponed pending a decision from the SCA Judge President Mandisa Maya on Zuma's reconsideration application for lead prosecutor advocate Billy Downe…
 
AfriForum’s Campaign Officer for strategy and content Reiner Duvenage, says court records in the case lodged against the Department of International Relations and Cooperation's (Dirco) planned R50 million Cuba donation, shows the grand total of the donation to actually be R350 million and not just R50 million, as was initially thought.Duvenage stat…
 
In this edition of Business Law Focus host Evan Pickworth interviews ENS executives Andries Myburgh and Ntebaleng Sekabate on the opportunities and threats relating to mining exploration and specifically the urgent need for improved incentives to enhance investment. They speak at the conclusion of the recent Mining Indaba in Cape Town.…
 
Goldfield CEO Chris Griffith tells Peter Bruce in this episode of Podcasts from the Edge that he thinks South Africa is still investable but that the state makes too many plans that it doesn’t implement. On the cusp of switching on a 50MW renewable power project to help power close to 30 per cent of Goldfields' South Deep mine on the Witwatersrand,…
 
EFF leader Julius Malema does not believe the removal of the public protector on the basis that her rulings were overturned in court is rational.“You cannot fire a public protector for losing [court] cases,.“To even think that we must destroy [the] public protector for a questionable character like [President] Cyril [Ramaphosa]? We can’t do that ev…
 
In 2008, the body of 28-year-old Norman Watermeyer was discovered after he had been missing for several days. When one dogged detective was assigned to the case, he realized he had seen this MO before, and he knew the perpetrator well. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447)(Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa)(Support the …
 
The seven men accused of killing Zimbabwean Elvis Nyathi were granted R3,000 bail each in the Randburg magistrate’s court on Friday. Nyathi was killed in a mob attack during unrest in Diepsloot in April over increased crime in the area, allegedly committed by foreigners.저자 TimesLIVE Podcasts
 
Many South Africans are facing rising interest rates, growing inflation and 25% less take-home pay than they had in 2016 according to the country’s largest debt counsellor, DebtBusters. In That Weekend Feeling with Daron Mann this week, we speak to economist Dawie Roodt on budgeting, interest rates and the fuel price increases expected for rest of …
 
The economics around SA’s automotive sector is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by David Furlonger from the Financial Mail, who specialises in SA's automotive industry. Topics of discussion include: supply chains issues in the automotive sector; disruptions caused by the war in Ukraine; impor…
 
Nirdev Desai, head of Sales at PSG Wealth, discusses the relevance of cash and cash-like investments within portfolios, questions whether cash, money market funds and other fixed-income assets are indeed risk free, and highlights the difference between local cash assets and those from developed markets such as the US.…
 
A recent study shows SA is the most dangerous country in which to drive. Residents in Greymont, Johannesburg, a local security company and a councillor reported a huge hole in a main road to the Johannesburg Roads Agency and Johannesburg Water several times before it swallowed a car four months later.…
 
Mayhem broke out at Soweto school on Friday after the arrest of a Grade 9 pupil for allegedly stabbing to death a Grade 10 pupil over an alleged incident of bullying.Gauteng education department spokesperson Steve Mabona said Thaba-Jabula Secondary School in Pimville had to be dismissed early after parents arrived demanding the release of the arres…
 
Premier Oscar Mabuyane has bagged a second term at the helm of the ANC in the Eastern Cape after beating rival Babalo Madikizela in a hotly contested battle for the position of chair at the weekend. In Behind The Herald Headlines with Daron Mann this week, we speak to Mabuyane on how he intends to use his second term in office.…
 
The cost of cyber attacks on small businesses in SA is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Kabelo Makwane, managing executive for cloud, hosting and security at Vodacom Business. Topics of discussion include: Vodacom and Accenture cyber security partnership for small business digital security…
 
A fearless nurse managed to calm a gunman inside a Cape Town hospital by hugging him and chatting until he agreed to be sedated. “I walked towards him and hugged him,” said Sister Diane Seale from New Somerset Hospital where Jaun-Paul Carl Malgas allegedly shot dead two patients and a policeman on Saturday night“As I entered the second floor, I not…
 
Three years ago judge president Phineas Mojapelo found that the display of the apartheid flag was a form of hate speech after the court considered the matter brought by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and SA Human Rights Commission.Today, the debate continues as Afriforum heads to the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein, in an attempt to ov…
 
A personal crusade in pursuit of animal welfare is set to take Daily Dispatch contributor Daron Mann to war-ravaged Ukraine within the next few days. Daron, who is responsible for the weekly online podcasts The Daily Dispatch in Discussion with Daron Mann and That Weekend Feeling, will be accompanying well-known bear and big cat rescue specialist L…
 
Former EFF secretary-general Godrich Gardee says it is painful knowing that while searching for his daughter, he drove past the house where she was possibly held captive and raped.“It’s very painful to know I have been passing the place where everything happened without knowing. While we were busy with the search and rescue in bushes and mountains,…
 
In the latest edition of Eusebius on TimesLIVE we explain a judgment handed down on Tuesday in the Western Cape High Court that directs Steinhoff to hand over, within 10 days, a 2019 PwC report it had commissioned to look into the 2017 collapse of the company.Financial Mail editor Rob Rose, who is the second applicant in the matter, explained why t…
 
Sentencing proceedings in the case of murder mastermind Ntuthuko Shoba were postponed in the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday due to outstanding pre-sentencing reports. Shoba was found guilty in March this year of orchestrating the murder of his girlfriend Tshegofatso Pule in June 2020.저자 TimesLIVE Podcasts
 
Former domestic worker Ntombizodwa Merriam Mahlangu obtained her BA degree in Human and Social Studies from UNISA in 2018 and now wants to help other helpers achieve the same success.Now, Mahlangu is launching a non-profit company, Help One Helper, to help others like her. Through this initiative, she aims to empower helpers such as domestic worker…
 
DA leader John Steenhuisen says the consequences of the war between Russia and Ukraine will be felt most by SA’s poorest during the winter. The price of staple foods, including maize and cooking oil, have been on the rise due to restrictions on Ukrainian exports through its ports.Steenhuisen warned that it will get worse before it gets better.…
 
You don't hear a lot (or enough) about South Africa's Presidential Climate Commission but it is at the very centre of what happens to us as an economy over the next two decades. Unless the highly unlikely occurs and President Cyril Ramaphosa is somehow removed from office, It is this Commission that will decide what energy we will use and who will …
 
Eskom’s Phillip Dukashe has resigned as permanent group executive for Generation. The ailing power utility announced the resignation on Monday afternoon, calling Dukashe "a true, loyal asset to Eskom and the country." Rhulani Mathebula will act as Generation Executive while the recruitment process is in order. Mathebula was group executive for gene…
 
In the latest edition of Business Law Focus, host Evan Pickworth interviews Johan Botes, Partner and Head of the Employment & Compensation Practice at Baker McKenzie in Johannesburg on the new Code of Good Practice on the Prevention and Elimination of Harassment in the Workplace. They discuss the key features of the new Code and also chat about why…
 
While food is part of our daily lives, it is not often that we think about what it is that goes into our bodies and how it makes us feel. Drawing from her life experiences and healing journey, Raine Dunn offers a variety of different services to enable people to find greater health and balance in their lives physically, mentally and spiritually.In …
 
The government is repatriating hundreds of South Africans and their families, who for years fought for and aided the Islamic State (IS) in Syria, providing them with new identity documents and a means to resettle.A TimesLIVE investigation can reveal the repatriations — done through the international relations and cooperation and home affairs depart…
 
EFF leader Julius Malema and police minister Bheki Cele were among the speakers on Saturday at the funeral of Hillary Gardee, who was found dead after allegedly being shot in the back of her head.Cele said: “She had tough, bad last hours.”He said he would return to the family to provide more details. “It's a scary story.”Malema urged Cele to be on …
 
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