Resignation of Naidoo, Mavuso renders SABC board inquorate
Naidoo and Mavuso announced their resignations during yesterday’s presentation in Parliament.
MPs: Urgent intervention needed to deal with SABC board
A resolution has been agreed upon by committee members to kick-start an investigation and dissolve the board.
Naidoo: SABC board is dissolved
Krish Naidoo says he decided to resign because the governance of the public broadcaster is starting to erode.
ANC, other parties call for SABC board to be dissolved
Krish Naidoo & Vusi Mavuso tendered their resignations during a briefing in Parliament.
Two SABC board members announce resignation in Parly
Krish Naidoo and Vusi Mavuso have announced their resignation in Parliament.
MPs seek answers over how SABC’s board was appointed
The SABC board is currently appearing before the committee, along with Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
SA can't afford free education for everyone - UCT's Max Price
Price warns that ongoing protests at UCT can have a negative effect on prospective students.
CPUT students lose bid to interdict cops against using excessive force at protests
Students says despite this set-back in their cause, they will not allow classes on campus to resume.
#Fees2017: UCT demands shutdown, CPUT files for interdict against police
Students in at CPUT say they want police to stop their brutality and protect them.
Fedusa to punt job creation at investor conference in NY
Fedusa is attending the 2016 South Africa Tomorrow investor conference this week in New York.
Fedusa to form part of SA delegation at SA Tomorrow Investor conference
Fedusa says delegates will engage investors in New York in a bid to boost job creation.
CPUT stands firm on disciplinary process against suspended students
Classes at CPUT have been suspended for today and tomorrow following protests earlier today.
Reports: Jordaan to announce resignation from NMB council
It’s been reported that Jordaan missed three sittings in the municipal council since the DA took over.
Dutch team wins solar-powered car race
Eleven solar powered cars competed the biennial race from Pretoria to Cape Town.
CPUT students to meet to draft memorandum of demands
Students say they have to discuss their concerns and needs before they approach management.
City of CT curbs shooting incidents with ShotSpotter tech
ShotSpotter technology has resulted in a significant reduction in gunshots recorded in crime hotspots.
Rhodes University students vow to continue with protests
SRC Secretary General Happiness Rasebale says students are angered by the latest turn of events.
CT cop allegedly rapes woman in custody
The woman was arrested for assault.