Hlope has worked as a scriptwriter on popular TV shows such as Scandal on eTV.
Ex Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi, Numsa and several allies have launched a new trade union federation to rival Cosatu.
World Travel Market Africa is one of the leading travel and tourism trade shows in Africa taking place annually in Cape Town.
New evidence has emerged in court papers filed by police watchdog Ipid in the investigation involving top cop Khomotso Phahlane.
Sergio Caon, owner of Treviso Cafe says his range of pizza and pasta is made with love.
A five-year study conducted in the UK shows cycling can reduce your risk of cancer and heart disease.
Ipid has revealed that evidence against Khomotso Phahlane shows a dubious pattern in car purchases.
Former Cosatu unions, Numsa and the Food and Allied Workers Union are the new federation’s largest affiliates.
Having faith in the genius of Scorsese will reward you with the genius of one of the best filmmakers of this generation, he says.
Ipid has filed an affidavit in the ongoing investigation against the acting national police commissioner, Khomotso Phahlane.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Standard Bank Chief Economist Goolam Ballim.
Supporters from the 'Hands off Hlaudi Movement' at his media briefing said they don't want 90% local content policy scrapped.
Motsoeneng told journalists that he has done nothing wrong and is looking forward to his disciplinary hearing.
Independent broadcast researcher Kate Skinner says financial crisis could affect SABC employees as well as independent producers.
Duduetsang Makuse, Coordinator at Save Our SABC Coalition paints a clearer picture of the SABC woes.
Nchabeleng is the Executive Chair of black-owned Blueprint Group and former CEO of MMS Group, a division of Publicis Worldwide.
The play is at Theatre on the Bay in Cape Town and John Maytham hosts CapeTalk talk-back panel discussion after the performance.
Business Day's Carol Paton argues Malusi Gigaba will face 10 tests which may help SA and global markets determine where he stands.
The term coined on social media gets it's inspiration from Gwede Mantashe flip-flopping on his criticism of the ANC.
Concerned ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza writes a heart felt Facebook post detailing immoral leadership and personal challenges.
Ethekwini Mayor says all security agencies will be out in full force to arrest anyone who marches agaist President Zuma in Durban
ANC's Gwede Mantashe says newly appointed ministers are very capable comrades who have valuable skills.
Archbishop Thabo Makgoba says that poor South Africans stand to lose the most following President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.
The demonstration has been led by the Social Justice Coalition, the South Africa First movement, Save SA and other civil groups.
DA's Maimane says that he's already received calls from some ANC members of Parliament, promising to vote against President Zuma.
The DA says it will urgently interdict the swearing-in of President Jacob Zuma’s new Ministers after a massive Cabinet reshuffle.
Opposition parties and members of the ANC have continued to express their frustration at the dramatic changes to Zuma's cabinet.
Markets are punishing Jacob Zuma's move and the appointment of a Finance Minsiter with "zero knowledge of how Treasury works".
SACP's Solly Mapiala says their members in Cabinet may choose not to resign.
Economist, Dr Iraj Abedian, says the changes are the biggest since 1996.
Designated Judge Yvonne Mokgoro does not recall giving permission to SSA and SABC to tap employees phones.
Dr Khoza is admired by South Africans for her role in the SABC inquiry as a ANC member of parliament.
One of the SABC 8 journalists who testified before Parliament's SABC inquiry weighs in on the report that has now been adopted.
Communications Minister may challenge report in court and analyst says it's all related to ANC factions and succession battles.
Parliament has adopted the SABC inquiry report, but committee chair Vincent Smith says the President must take necessary actions.
Members of Parliament in the National Assembly will have to back the report before the recommendations can be implemented.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa answered a number of questions in Parliament on Wednesday pertaining to his business interests.
Min.Faith Muthambi's conduct could still be referred to the Public Protector if the Presidency or ethics committee sees fit.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng's lawyers say their client felt unfairly treated by not being allowed to testify during the SABC inquiry.
Senior producer Suna Venter who works at the SABC despite her challenging the public broadcaster describes her harrowing ordeal.
Parliament’s inquiry has heard that the journalist, who is part of the so-called SABC 8, was shot in the face with an air rifle.
SABC 8's Lukhanyo Calata explains how they've been receiving death threats after giving evidence in Parliament on Monday.
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Vuyo Mvoko said while he takes threats seriously, no one would stop journos telling the truth about dodgy dealings at the SABC.
EWN's Gaye Davis summarises the evidence of the SABC journalists who appeared before the ad hoc committee in Parliament.
Former SABC board member says they relied solely on management reports and didn't know of some of the goings on.
The DA's James Selfe says it is not clear whether SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng will be either fired or suspended pending an inquiry.
The eight journalists were suspended earlier this year after raising concerns about the public broadcaster's editorial policy.
The four SABC journos, due to return to their jobs, were turned away from the offices although no official appeal has been filed.
Money collected to help eight fired SABC journalists will be divided equally amongst the 8, says Adriaan Basson.
Journalists and sympathetic South Africans encouraged to support the 1 suspended and 7 fired SABC journalists by donating money
Media Monitoring Africa says the SABC must withdraw the controversial broadcast ban which the #SABC8 journalists had challenged.
Independent Communications Authority says SABC overstepped it's responsibilities and contravened principles within Constitution.
The Right2Know campaign and Save our SABC coalition say they will continue to pressurise the public broadcaster to let them in.
Journalists are voicing their support for colleagues at the embattled public broadcaster, wearing black and holding placards.
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The Supreme Court of Appeal is hearing the case brought by SABC Chief Operating Officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng against Public Protector Thuli Madonsela and the DA over whether he should be suspended from his post.
Listeners share their feelings about female commentary during the African Cup of Nations.