The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Econometrix Chief Economist Dr Azar Jammine.
The central water trading account balances the flow of water at national level and is critical to provide water to drought areas.
Apartheid, Guns and Money: A Tale of Profit lifts the lid on some of the darkest secrets of apartheid’s economic crimes
Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Accounts wants James Aguma present in committee meetings and held accountable.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a look at Minster Lynne Browns 'bright idea' to reinstate Brian Molefe as Eskom CEO.
Deputy finance minister Sfiso Buthelezi told Parliament that SAA and Treasury are working on getting the estimated R1 billion back.
Political analyst Aubrey Matshiqi gives analysis on how coalition and mergers work for the 2019 South African general elections.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe speaks on Molefe's return to Eskom and new allegations made by the former Mining Minister.
State Security Minister David Mahlobo says government has a responsibility to inform people of forces pushing for regime change.
Ipid is investigating Khomotso Phahlane on charges including corruption, defeating means of justice and money laundering.
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate says Khomotso Phahlane has been interfering with investigations against him.
Ipid wants the acting National Police Commissioner to be suspended pending the corruption investigation against him.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield – at Nampo Harvest Day – interviews Galileo Capital CEO Theo Vorster.
The Water Indaba was attended by city authorities, politicians and bureaucrats.
Eskom board chairman Ben Ngubane has defended CEO Brian Molefe amid damning blackmail claims, less than two days back at the job.
Eskom board chair Ben Ngubane speaking in his place at the opening said Molefe and Eskom board saved SA from loading shedding.
Ralph Mathekga and Peter Bruce comment on Ramatlhodi's claims that Molefe and Ngubane pressed him to suspend Glencore's licenses.
On Tuesday, Eusebius McKaiser was broadcasting live from the Nampo 2017, hosted by Grain SA, in Bothaville, Free State.
Former Mining Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi explains events that led to the Optimum mine being bought by the Gupta family.
AmaBhungane has revealed new evidence that Brian Molefe helped the Guptas in a bid to buy a mine.
AmaBhungane had an exclusive interview with former mining minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi about how Guptas got Optimum mine.
The Star reports that more than 50 ANC MPs would vote against President Zuma in the no-confidence motion if it secret.
Lawyers representing Zuma have argued that the secret ballot against Zuma won't yield different results.
Law professor and political commentator Richard Calland says justices have been pressing counsel from both sides of the argument.
The DA says its lodging papers at the High Court in Pretoria on Monday to interdict Brian Molefe's reinstatement as Eskom's CEO.
Brian Molefe started with a bang at Eskom after he stealthily dodged protesters who have called into question his reinstatement.
EWN's Clement Manaythela on UDM advocate's argument that Speaker Mbete has a constitutional obligation to hold a secret ballot.
The Eskom CEO dodged protesters at Megwatt Park on Monday morning.
Constituional Court hears arguments from the UDM on why MPs should be allowed to vote by secret ballot against Zuma.
Molefe is expected to return to Eskom as the CEO this morning after serving as ANC MP for barely three months.
Zuma was speaking at a church gathering in Bulwer in KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday.
Xolani Gwala speaks to labor law expert as Brian Molefe is expected to report for duty at Eskom after being reinstated.
ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza says the ruling party's leadership has been quiet in the face of death threats and calls for her to resign.
John's three book picks for the week.
Business Leadership SA chairman Jabu Mabuza says that the entire Eskom board needs to be expelled, reports EWN's Stephen Grootes.
Presenter Redi Tlhabi says that government officials have reached a new level of brazenness after Brian Molefe's return to Eskom.
Despite resigning voluntarily in the interest of good governance last year Brian Molefe is returning as CEO of Eskom on Monday.
Eskom board says Brian Molefe will return as the CEO on Monday, and Eusebius McKaiser hears none of the reasons for his return.
Eskom board confirmed that Brian Molefe has resigned as a member of Parliamen, and will return to Eskom on Monday.
Molefe resigned as the Eskom CEO in November last year following the Public Protector's state capture report.
The US Embassy in Kenya has suspended approximately $21 million in assistance to Kenya's ministry of health.
Author Hennie van Vuuren shares the inside scoop on his revealing book 'Apartheid Guns and Money' and the legacy of looting in SA.
Stephen Grootes speaks to Centre for the Study of Violence & Reconciliation's Nomfundo Mogapi about the roots of violent protests.
The group of civil society organisations have launched six demands aimed at restoring good governance in South Africa.
Eldorado Park and Ennerdale residents have taken to the streets over the lack of service delivery in their communities.
Fomer KZN premier and ANC chairperson Senzo Mchunu says the ANC must own up to its problems, and find a solution.
Ray White interviews EWN’s Stephen Grootes, who is in Durban at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa summit.
Eskom chair Ben Ngubane had strong words speaking to Stephen Grootes on day 2 of the World Economic Forum on Africa.
Award-winning journalist and author of 'The Republic of Gupta', Pieter-Louis Myburgh shares his insights.
South African Rugby Union president Oregan Hoskins announced his resignation on Wednesday morning during a general meeting in JHB