12 December 2016 11:57 AM
R533 million deal between SABC and Multichoice which Motsoeneng signed despite not having the authority to do so.
Former SABC board members have presented explosive evidence to the Parliamentary ad hoc committee looking into SABC.
Ronnie Lubisi says he was verbally attacked for trying to discuss the Public Protector's report on former COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, shares her news year for 2016.
The walkout by the SABC delegation has been criticised as a delay tactic aimed at frustrating Parliament's oversight proceedings.
State of the ANC and its leadership will be on top of the agenda when MK Veterans gather to mark 55 years of its existence.
Eskom board recommended Matshela Koko for the position of acting CEO after the resignation of Brian Molefe.
According to Mthembu's lawyer, Motsoeneng has ignored demands to publicly apologise for damages caused to Mthembu's reputation.
ANC Chief Whip sues SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng over 'defamatory and damaging comments', but Motsoeneng will defend his statements.
A revenue bill before Parliament could not be passed because there weren't enough MPs, despite ANC being under three-line whip.
Energy expert Chris Yelland predicts new CEO will not come from Eskom board or executive management as they are compromised.
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe is resigning, claiming the report's observations harmfully damaged his and the power utility's reputation.
In a statement, Eskom CEO Brian Molefe says he will leave Eskom on 1 January 2017.
EWN reporter Gia Nicolaides looks at the Gupta-owned company wanting to pull out of coal deal with Eskom.
As the weekend strikes, tweeps are scrambling to find the watering hole now referred to as Saxonwold's best kept secret.
Steven Friedman added his analysis to this week's events from state capture report, Eskom's CEO shedding a tear, and ANC future.
Day two of Eskom's press conference is underway in Johannesburg responding to Madonsela's findings in state capture report.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Stuff Magazine Editor Craig Wilson.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he's confident in the motion of no-confidence in the president will be heard next Thursday.
ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu says has nothing to hide and ANC orders SABC COO to 'withdraw defamatory utterances' against him.
EWN reports that SABC's group executive for corporate affairs Motsoeneng has the role of executive responsible for radio.
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It remains a mystery if Minister Faith Muthambi will take action to ensure that corporate governance ethics are upheld.
Krish Naidoo and Vusi Mavuso resigned as board members of the SABC and they've broken the silence, exposing board's dealings.
Bruce Whitfield interviews Mango’s former CEO – who repeatedly clashed with SAA Chair Dudu Myeni – and now heads up London-listed Fastjet.
The board is currently answering questions from Parliamentary Communication Portfolio Committee and opposition parties.
National Spokesperson of the SACP says problems at the public broadcaster are structural and systemic.
29 September 2016 5:46 PM
SABC's Acting Chief Executive James Aguma said the broadcaster has a public mandate, and often this not to generate revenue.
29 September 2016 3:02 PM
Military Veteran Kebby Maphatsoe stands in support of Hlaudi Motsoeneng saying he has transformed the SABC to what it is.
21 September 2016 7:00 PM
Tourism lecturer Unathi Sonwabile Henama says SAA’s R4.7bn loss must be its last, but the board must be given one more chance.
20 September 2016 5:30 PM
Myeni arrived late leaving SAA execs and Finance's Mcebisi Jonas to field answers on the airline’s precarious financial position.
20 September 2016 1:03 PM
SAA finally releases financials confirming loss for the past two years, and Myeni arrives late for Parly Portfolio Comm briefing.
15 September 2016 6:00 PM
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Alf Lees, Shadow Deputy Minister of Finance at the Democratic Alliance.
12 September 2016 9:23 AM
It's reported that Thalente Myeni apparently cashed in on shares in the tender, despite having no experience in the rail industry.
Andile Mngxitama and Jimmy Manyi among a group of "concerned citizens" at the airlines offices checking if SAA is in good hands.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews EWN parliamentary reporter Gaye Davis.
Bruce Whitfield interviews Lynn McGregor of the Centre for Corporate Governance at the University of Stellenbosch.
MKMVA head says ANC matters must only be handled by ANC members, and is proud of what they did, despite reports of manhandling.
Sikhonathi Mantshantsha says parastatals are run by unemployed cadres of the ANC who are told by politicians what to do.
Maphatsoe says they will defend the Guptas and Hawks, and the organisation has every right to express their views in public.
The MKMVA held a press briefing on Monday to criticise Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan for not handing himself over to the Hawks.
Kasrils said pliable people like Maphatsoe being used as "tools and fools" by those higher up in government, to cover up deeds.
Ronnie Kasrils is suing Kebby Maphatsoe for R1 million for allegedly making remarks that he gave legal advice to Khwezi, Jacob Zuma's rape accuser.
ANCYL wants an early elective conference to review party leadership and analyst Somdoda Fikeni suspects they aren't working alone.
MKVMA head Kebby Maphatsoe says the organisation distances itself from the state capture letter handed to ANC by some members.
The ANCYL and MKVA strongly criticise the way that Mcebisi Jonas revealed the Gupta job offer claims, while SACP stand behind him.
Stephen Grootes spoke to MKMVA head, Kebby Maphatsoe about why he is defending Muthambi over her DTT comments.