5 things SA Inc. needs from the State of the Nation Address

5 things SA Inc. needs from the State of the Nation Address

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Khanyisile Kweyama, CEO of Business Unity South Africa.

How to get a job during an industrial revolution and the story of LinkedIn

How to get a job during an industrial revolution and the story of LinkedIn

The oldest “social” network might be just the thing to get you a job ahead of a robot despite its share price crash.

Cashless, ticketless parking is coming to a shopping centre near you

Cashless, ticketless parking is coming to a shopping centre near you

A new user-friendly app connecting with a license plate recognition system is set to take the hassle out of parking.

President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address - what’s at stake for us?

President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address - what’s at stake for us?

Political Analyst Ralph Mathekga speaks to Bruce Whitfield about what’s at stake for the country on the eve of Sona 2016.

9 promises President Jacob Zuma made at the 2015 State of the Nation Address

9 promises President Jacob Zuma made at the 2015 State of the Nation Address

Flying fists, walkouts and signal jamming… we all remember this. But do you remember the promises the President made last year?

Small Business Development programme to open doors for informal traders

Small Business Development programme to open doors for informal traders

Informal traders in Nyanga, Khayelitsha, Paarl East etc, received certificates for completing Small Business development programme

Discovered galaxies could assist astronomers explain the ‘Great Attractor’

Discovered galaxies could assist astronomers explain the ‘Great Attractor’

The discovered galaxies behind the milky way could help astronomers in explaining the flow motion of the 'Great Attractor'.

It may cost more to put coffee in your cup, if the shortage continues...

It may cost more to put coffee in your cup, if the shortage continues...

The coffee association says demand for premium high quality coffee has started to outstrip supply, signaling a potential shortage.

Home HIV test kits given the go ahead, suicide risks remain to be seen

Home HIV test kits given the go ahead, suicide risks remain to be seen

The South African Pharmacy Council has eased the laws prohibiting chemists from selling HIV home-testing kits for private use.