Sun, 21 July, 2019
Listen to two of GE's leaders in Africa - Nitika Rosa, Head of HR, Africa and Lerato Molebatsi, GE South Africa's Managing Director.

Dirco Assisting Families Of Two SA Teachers Missing In Vietnam

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says it's helping the families of two missing South African teachers in Vietnam.Twenty-eight-year-old Mushfiq Daniels, from Cape Town, was last seen...

Gauteng Govt To Approach Courts To Block Land Invaders

The Gauteng government says it will approach the courts in a bid to get an interdict against land invaders in Lenasia in the south of Johannesburg.On Saturday, police...

Ramaphosa To Study Mkhwebane’s Report Before Announcing Action

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office says the Public Protector’s report on the Bosasa African National Congress (ANC) election donation is defective in law and fact but he studies the report before announcing a...

Elsies River Residents Happy With SANDF Deployment

As the army starts the first weekend of its deployment on the Cape Flats, residents remain hopeful that violent crime will soon be reduced.Recent weekends have seen...

There Were Some Within ANC Who Wanted To Kill Hani – Zuma

Former President Jacob Zuma has insinuated to his supporters that some members of his own movement were behind an attempt to assassinate the late South African Communist Party (SACP) leader Chris Hani....

Large Sums Of Money Donated To Ramaphosa’s Campaign Raise Questions – Mkhwebane

The Public Protector says that the large sums of money donated to president Cyril Ramaphosa’s 2017 election campaign fundraise questions of state capture and money laundering.This was...

Something To Ponder

The Mandela Day VisionThe Nelson Mandela International Day is observed the world over on18th July.  The day was formally declared a global day on November 2009, by the United Nations General Assembly. On this...

Weekly News Brief

HEADLINE NEWS THIS WEEKThe State Capture Commission this week had former President Jacob Zuma on the witness box to answer questions regarding happenings during his reign especially in...

Zuma To Provide Written Statements On Areas Of Interest In State Capture Probe

It appeared that the dramatic events at the state capture commission on Friday could have been avoided had Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo been appraised of the legal teams’ deadlock on time.
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Beyonce's Lion King Soundtrack is About to Cement Afrobeats in the Global MainsteamFor the new soundtrack for the Lion King, Beyonce has assembled a who's who of African musical talent for what she's called her 'love letter to...

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How to Commercialize the Vast African DatabaseTshilidzi Marwala from the South African Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution says " We need to develop technological capacity to gather, process and monetize the African database. To achieve these,...

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Machel Talks About Preserving Mandela's LegacyHumanitarian Graça Machel is encouraging citizens to be active by seeing Mandela Day as a way of being instead of an event. "Let us not look at Mandela Day as an event that...

Huge Blast Rocks China Gas Plant, ‘Many Injured’: State Media

BEIJING - A huge explosion rocked a gas plant in central China on Friday, causing many injuries and shattering windows and doors of buildings in a three-kilometre...

New EU Chief Must Piece Together Diverse Top Team

After negotiating her own confirmation as president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen must now put together a 27-nation team to help her run the...

15 Killed In Dark Day For Mumbai Daily Train Commute

Fifteen people were killed in separate train accidents in a single day in Mumbai, police said Friday, with the sharp toll underscoring the dangers of India's overburdened...

Gulf Tensions Rise As Us Downs Iranian Drone

Tensions in the Gulf region mounted Friday as Washington said an Iranian drone was destroyed after threatening an American naval vessel at the entrance of the Strait...

24 Dead In Suspected Arson Attack On Japan Animation Studio

A suspected arson attack on an animation production company in Japan killed 24 people and injured dozens more on Thursday, with flames gutting the building in the city of...

Old Mutual Denies Moyo’s Claims About Manuel

Old Mutual on Friday said it was not true that board chairperson Trevor Manuel was part of a meeting that decided to appoint Rothschild for the insurer’s...

A Series Of Firsts For Africa At Expo 2020 Dubai

Dubai is on track to host the most spectacular global festival on earth. The World Expo is a stage for nations to showcase their wares and ideas for the...

What Sets Dubai’s Free Zones Apart?

A quick search for the best free trade zones in the world and one of Dubai’s multiple free zones will pop up. The Financial Times’ FDi Intelligence report 2018...

A South African Survival Guide For The (Current) Economy

South Africans have been on the receiving end of an onslaught of price hikes and unavoidable increases in basic living expenses over the last two years. For...

Pretoria Is A Popular Location For First-Time Buyers

Pretoria remains the most popular location for first-time buyers who accounted for approximately 29% of all sales during the first quarter of 2019.According to the...

6 Ways To Make Work More Meaningful

According to a Gallup poll called the State of the Global Workplace which studied employee engagement in 142 countries, only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work.

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Cricket World Cup Final Umpire Admits ‘error’

The umpire who awarded England six runs from a freak overthrow in the last over of the World Cup final has admitted he made an "error" and should have given one run...

Philippines Goes Wild For ‘Force At 40’ Pacquiao

Fans in the Philippines on Sunday roared their approval and rose to their feet imitating the punches of Manny Pacquiao as they declared that their idol was still a boxing force at...

Lowry Puts Demons Of Oakmont Behind Him

Shane Lowry believes he is better equipped to defend a four-shot lead at the British Open on Sunday than three years ago when a final round collapse cost him the US Open.

Real Madrid Ready To Move Bale

Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane says the La Liga giants are poised to offload Welsh star Gareth Bale in the coming days.Bale was left off Real Madrid's...

Springboks Coach Erasmus Hails ‘Awesome’ New Boy Jantjies

South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus described debutant Herschel Jantjies as "awesome" after the 23-year-old scrum-half scored two tries in a 35-17 triumph over Australia in their opening Rugby Championship clash on Saturday.

The Expectations Of Being A Mentor

Having a mentor through challenging times in a teenager’s personal life can play a positive role in their successful development as an adult. As a mentor, what you do is as important as what you say.Through mentorship programmes, such as the SAB 18+ Be The Mentor programme, aims to promote harm reduction, reduce underage drinking and contribute to broader change in communities, youth gain self-confidence and improve in...

Enjoy The One Pot Pasta Joy Alfredo

The Italian Alfredo is a firm favourite of South Africans.  We hope you enjoy serving our version as a lunch or dinner meal.Ingredients1 tablespoon olive oil2 chicken breasts, cubed3 cloves garlic cloves, minced500 ml water1 stock cube1 cup fresh cream 500g Pasta Joy pasta, uncooked . ...

Celebrate The Year Of Rembrandt Through Travel This Year

2019 has been declared the ‘Year of Rembrandt’ and marks 350 years since the death of Rembrandt van Rijn

Lesser Known Safari Parks In Africa

With scenic landscapes, amazing culture, delightful cuisines, and an abundance of wildlife, Africa is a destination that will surely amaze and inspire any visitor. The more popular safari destinations like the Serengeti in Tanzania, Masai Mara in Kenya, and the Kruger Park in South Africa continue to enjoy an influx of visitors from all over the world every year. A true testament to their grandeur and greatness. But what about the lesser known parks...

KZN Snake Catcher Has Hands Full As Mating Mambas Invade Home

It's a dangerous job but someone has to be a mamba-catcher. It's mating season for the snakes and males habitually fight over females, that means more snakes invading KwaZulu-Natal homes.But one KwaZulu-Natal snake expert has really had his work cut out for him this month, responding to five callouts from a single house.Snake catcher Nick Evans said he's never had to deal with that...

The Moon Now Has Hundreds Of Artifacts. Should They Be Protected?

Three rovers, six US flags, dozens of probes that either landed successfully or crashed, tools, cameras and trash: the Moon is dotted with hundreds of objects as a result of space exploration.Some experts are calling to grant them heritage status to protect them from future tourists and human activity.It all started on 13 September 1959 when Soviet probe Luna 2 smashed into Mare Imbrium,...

R Kelly Happy To Be In Solitary Confinement

LONDON - R Kelly is happy to have been put in solitary confinement in jail because he fears someone will try to kill him.The disgraced singer is currently behind bars after being denied bond by a judge earlier this week but he's told his lawyer, Nicole Blank Becker, that he doesn't mind being in solitary confinement in federal prison because he feels safer as he's aware other inmates...

Johnny Clegg Laid To Rest At Private Ceremony In Johannesburg

Johnny Clegg was on Wednesday laid to rest in a private ceremony attended by his family and some of his band members.The family was expected to share details of a public memorial service on Thursday.The 66-year-old musician and anthropologist, dubbed the “White Zulu”, passed away on Tuesday after battling pancreatic cancer.Described as a unifier who fought against apartheid through his music and teachings,...

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Eldorado Park, Zakariyya Park On Lockdown As Residents Protest

JOHANNESBURG – Residents in the south of Johannesburg have shut down several areas including Eldorado Park, Lenasia and Zakariyya Park near Vlakfontein.The communities are protesting over what appears to be ongoing housing issues.The Johannesburg...

SPAR EC Takes Plastic Campaign To The Next Level

The next stage of SPAR Eastern Cape’s STOP Plastic campaign was launched this week as the biggest food retailer in the region aims to take the project to another level.

Two Local Schools Benefit From Big Donation Of Food, Learning Materials And Equipment

A collaborative community effort led by Upper Highway NPO, Zero2Five Trust, saw hundreds of local schoolchildren in the Shongweni Dam area receiving nutritious meals, learning materials and a playground as part of...

Honeywell Sends 5 Teachers To US Space Camp To Boost Science And Technology Learning In Schools

In a bid to support new teaching methods and boost children’s interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects, global technology company Honeywell (NYSE:HON) sent five South African teachers from Gauteng...

UN Tribunal: South Africa Not Cooperating In Arrest Of Genocide Suspect

The chief prosecutor of a UN tribunal on Wednesday accused South Africa of failing to co-operate in the arrest of a fugitive sought over his role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide.

Unpacking Zuma’s Third Day At State Capture Inquiry

CNBC Africa's Karabo Letlhatlha has been closely following the testimony of South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma over the past three days. He gives more insight on what unfolded on day three...

Daily News Brief

WC Policing Forum Calls For Specialized Court To Deal With Gang-Related CrimesThe Western Cape community policing forum board wanted dedicated courts for gang-related crimes. The idea was shared with Police...

Day 1 Highlights Of Jacob Zuma’s Testimony At Zondo Inquiry

CNBC Africa brings you all the highlights from Day 1 of former President Jacob Zuma’s testimony at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, during which he made it clear his comrades...

Want To Attract Top Talent To Your Company? Review Your Travel Policy!

Faced with a global skills shortage, employers increasingly need to come up with new and innovative ways of attracting – and retaining -  top talent. Even once a company...

Supa Quick Gets Behind Bid To Rid Oceans Of Plastic Pollution With Willard Blue

Supa Quick is proud to be offering customers the opportunity to reduce plastic pollution in the oceans by purchasing a Willard Blue Battery. The Limited-Edition batteries aim to highlight the threat that...