‘We had the information to stop 9/11’
Former US NSA technical director William Binney says the agency had the information needed to stop 9/11 but didn’t have the processes in place to act on it.
SA’s youngest author launches book
Eleven-year-old Ammaarah Wadee says it was by a stroke of luck she was able to publish her book.
Former Springbok James Dalton reflects on his career
Former Springbok and Lions hooker, James Dalton has told EWN Sport that he was truly blessed to have a very successful Springbok career.
'Crime in SA becoming more violent'
Gareth Newham of the Institute for Security Studies discusses the signs of an upsurge in aggravated robbery and murder.
Sanef Secretary General discusses ANC & media issue
Sanef Secretary General Katy Katopodis discusses the ruling party’s relationship with the media and takes a look at its allegations that the 'Daily Dispatch' is plotting against it.
'5 reasons why the new e-tolls model is not good news'
Chief economist of Investment Solution Chris Hart gives us 5 reasons why new e-tolls model is not good news at all.
An analytical overview of the new e-tolls model
Public transport analyst Paul Browning discusses the raft of changes to the e-toll funding model after a panel was set up to review the socio-economic impact of the system in Gauteng.
‘Getting it right the academic way’
According to Andre van Zyl, students will get the full benefits of learning with the National Resource Centre.
Hope for first year students battling to cope
702's John Robbie speaks to Dr André van Zyl about how the South African National Resource Centre plans to help first year students handle the transition from high school to university.
‘How you pay your financial advisor matters’
The way you pay your financial advisor is important says Warren Ingram, Financial Advisor at Galileo Capital.
Saving the world...with fly larvae?
Fly farmer & co-founder of AgriProtein, Jason Drew, talks about creating a new kind of animal protein using fly larvae & discusses how he hopes to save the world with it.
'BBBEE should stay broad based'
In response to govt announcing changes that could narrow the reach of empowerment programs to a few black industrialists only, Intellidex MD and Analyst Stuart Theobald argues that Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment should stay broad based.
Substance abuse treatment centre opens in Soweto
Gauteng Social Development Department's Shoki Tshabalala speaks about Soweto’s first Substance Abuse Treatment Centre at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.
Soweto in the red with R4bn Eskom debt
The City of Johannesburg’s MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Services, Matshidiso Mfikoe, discusses Soweto’s R4 billion debt to Eskom.
Does humour in advertising work?
Enjoying a good laugh during an advert can be very entertaining, but does it work in advertising? Branding and advertising? Expert Andy Rice analyses a few funny ads. Picture: Celebrity cat, Brother Cream.
The secret is out: EWN unpacks the latest from the Jiba case
EWN's Barry Bateman discusses NDPP Nomgcobo Jiba’s secret meetings with National Head of Detectives Vinesh Moonoo while she was being investigated by the police.
'Most foreigners arrested in Operation Fiela are asylum seekers'
Lawyers for Human Rights says a vast majority of the foreign nationals arrested during Operation Fiela last week are asylum seekers.
MEC Barbara Creecy discusses R96m tender
Gauteng Finance MEC Barbara Creecy discusses tender awarding in govt after a R96 million tender was awarded to Power Construction to upgrade Cedar Road.