SABC posts R411m net loss

The last time the SABC posted a profit was in the 2013/14 financial year, where it recorded R358 million net profit.

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Thursday announced it posted a R411 million net loss for the 2015/16 financial year ending March 31.

SABC posts R411m net loss

SABC posts R411m net loss

The last time the SABC posted a profit was in the 2013/14 financial year, where it recorded R358 million net profit.

Live report: Lectures continue at UJ

Live report: Lectures continue at UJ

The University says attempts at disruption by a very small minority of protesters have been contained.
SACP and ‘dead horse’ ANC have lost the plot – EFF

SACP and ‘dead horse’ ANC have lost the plot – EFF

Instead of addressing the students, the party’s secretary-general Gwede Mantashe ‘has threatened them with arrests’, it says.
Ntsiki Mazwai, Bonang lock horns

Ntsiki Mazwai, Bonang lock horns

In an email allegedly written by Queen B herself, she calls Mazwai a ‘dog’ and tells the singer to focus on why her music doesn’t sell.
Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?

Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?

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SABC flips SA the bird – Vavi

SABC flips SA the bird – Vavi

Vavi says rational South Africans have been ‘insulted by a band of people who want a kleptocracy’.
Zwane insists he has backing for banking sector probe

Zwane insists he has backing for banking sector probe

In a Parliamentary response to the DA, Zwane said he was not speaking in his personal capacity but in his capacity as chair of the IMC.

CPT N2 Hell Run cop killer sentenced to life

The judge said the accused was ‘persistent in being dishonest about what he had done’ and lacked remorse.

PICS: Zahara cuts her hair

For someone who said she had a sensitive scalp and so wouldn’t relax her hair, Zahara’s hair looks pretty relaxed right now.

Chicken chaos as truck overturns

Bystanders helped themselves to the cargo.

WATCH: Students march to own rendition of Babes’ ‘Wololo’

Not only has Babes Wodumo been declared a national treasure, but is seems ‘Wololo’ has now been turnt into a protest song.

Limpopo farmer dies in helicopter crash

When emergency personnel arrived at the scene, the helicopter was on fire.

New Jaguar F-Type SVR bursts with raw power

Under the hood is a 5-litre supercharged V8 producing 423kW and 700Nm.

KZN man’s arm trapped in machine

The man’s arm was trapped in an industrial machine at a plastic manufacturing factory.

Redesigned Land Rover Discovery gets more tech

The all-new SUV is the latest JLR model to take advantage of extensive aluminium construction, weighing more than a half ton lighter than the outgoing LR4.

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PICS: Zahara cuts her hair

For someone who said she had a sensitive scalp and so wouldn’t relax her hair, Zahara’s hair looks pretty relaxed right now.

Ntsiki Mazwai, Bonang lock horns

In an email allegedly written by Queen B herself, she calls Mazwai a ‘dog’ and tells the singer to focus on why her music doesn’t sell.

New sponsor plans to make the Met great

Rob Collins Sun International Chief Operating Officer says the company is delighted and honoured to be associated with this prestigious event.

Ten holiday season travelling tips

This can go a long way to ensuring you and your family stay safe.

phakaaathi

Winning is a culture – Percy Tau

Winning, winning and more winning, is the way of life at Mamelodi Sundowns, according to Tau.

Chiefs win gives fans chance to avenge mocking

While Kaizer Chiefs have been on the rise lately which has seen them move to the top of the Absa Premiership standings, things have been a little stagnant at their Soweto neighbours and big rivals, Orlando Pirates.

Mashaba tips Ghana to win Afcon 2017

Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba believes Ghana will win the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) tournament.

Myeni praises Wits quality

Sifiso Myeni believes he has returned to a far stronger Bidvest Wits side than the one he left to join Orlando Pirates in 2012.

sport

Change of course is likely to suit Danza

British Royale in top form and looks the likely danger.

Bok coach has ‘no issues’

Coetzee was quick to rubbish reports that he sent an SOS to SA Rugby for ‘help’ as far as his assistant coaches are concerned.

SA looking to govern run rate better

Against Ireland in Benoni last weekend, South Africa scored just 51 runs in the 10 overs between the 30th and 40th overs, going from 187 for one to 238 for three.

Van der Burgh cleared to take banned substance – Fancy Bears

The former 100m breaststroke world record holder was among the latest group of athletes listed on the Fancy Bears website at the weekend.

business

Alexander Forbes in R754m empowerment deal

The deal, subject to conditions such as shareholder approval, is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

What to do with bonus money

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Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?

They made Number 1 blink first in December, but we need far more to turn the tide.

Should SA scrap corporate tax?

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world

Protests after unarmed black man shot dead by US police

The shooting took place as the United States reels from a string of police killings of black men that have raised racial tensions nationwide.

School security guard gunned down in tense Thai south

A security volunteer was gunned down by suspected rebels while guarding a primary school in Thailand’s insurgency-plagued south, police said Thursday.

China warns Japan not to ‘play with fire’ in S. China Sea

Beijing asserts sovereignty over almost all of the South China Sea, dismissing rival partial claims from its Southeast Asian neighbours.

33 missing after China landslides: Xinhua

Thirteen people had been rescued by early Thursday and 33 remain missing, it said.

opinion

Can CEOs force Zuma’s government to behave?

They made Number 1 blink first in December, but we need far more to turn the tide.

Time for Maine to put up or shut up

ANC Youth League president Collin Maine must back up his spy allegations against Madonsela or take a hike.

Black Coffee, Juju and the barbarity that slaps all our faces

There’s little hope of eradicating the mayhem tearing SA apart while influential personalities continue selling violence as the only effective conflict resolution tool.

A classic case of double standards

It appears the ANC finds it difficult to cope playing the role of the opposition in several metros where it is not in power.

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