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.

Manyi takes a swipe at the media for ‘vilifying’ Zuma and Moyane

Manyi takes a swipe at the media for ‘vilifying’ Zuma and Moyane

The former government spokesperson says the media is ‘oppositionist’ and ‘unpatriotic’.
LISTEN: Shock revelations about Sars

LISTEN: Shock revelations about Sars

Johann van Loggerenberg and Adrian Lackay on their troubling book ‘Rogue: The Inside Story of Sars’s Elite Crime-busting Unit’.
Parly studying court ruling against signal-jamming

Parly studying court ruling against signal-jamming

This follows an appeal by several media institutions regarding the use of a signal-jamming device during last year’s state-of-the-nation address.
Amanda says goodbye to Real Goboza

Amanda says goodbye to Real Goboza

A special episode will look back at du-Pont’s three years with the flagship lifestyle show.
SCA rules that parly signal-jamming is ‘unconstitutional’

SCA rules that parly signal-jamming is ‘unconstitutional’

The court found that parliament did not show that the broadcast of disorderly conduct by MPs would in any way cause harm.
Legislatures must deal with society issues – Limpopo speaker

Legislatures must deal with society issues – Limpopo speaker

The speaker said sectoral parliaments, such as those of youth and women, should be used to hear what society has to say, especially on student protests.

Girl, 9, raped by relative

It is alleged the suspect raped the child on three separate occasions.

Sacked employee threatens to stab former boss

The man apparently attacked one of the security officers with a rock.

SAPS leadership ‘more concerned with filling official bellies’ – DA

According to a report released today, R39.5 million was spent on catering for SAPS activities during the 2015/16 financial year.

Ronaldo’s plane crashes in Spain – reports

Cristiano Ronaldo’s private plane has crashed in Spain after its landing gear failed, according to reports.

KZN siblings in court for 50kg dagga

Police said the siblings were travelling in a bakkie when they were arrested, and it was discovered that they were travelling to Mozambique for delivery.

Judith Sephuma and Simphiwe Mhlambi are divorced

The songbird says she is the one who decided on the divorce.

How data must fall

Data must be attacked, but by a precision strike.

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.

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Judith Sephuma and Simphiwe Mhlambi are divorced

The songbird says she is the one who decided on the divorce.

Paris Hilton gives shout out to SA conceptual artist

Hofmeyr’s Trophy Wife Barbie series provides a sly observation on female beauty standards.

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.

phakaaathi

Larsen calls for calm

Golden Arrows Coach Clinton Larsen has asked his players not to get carried away by their position on the league table.

Ronaldo’s plane crashes in Spain – reports

Cristiano Ronaldo’s private plane has crashed in Spain after its landing gear failed, according to reports.

Pitso grateful for Sundowns rest

Pitso Mosimane hopes Sundowns will have their spark back when they take on Bidvest Wits in Saturday’s Nedbank Cup final at Mbombela Stadium.

Sono backs Laffor to start against Zamalek

Jomo Sono has advised Pitso Mosimane to select Anthony Laffor in the starting XI when Mamelodi Sundowns face Zamalek in the Caf Champions League final.

sport

SA cricket preview – Development of bowling all-rounders key – Faf

The Proteas captain said he was looking forward to seeing Dale Steyn back in white-ball action after he made a superb return to Test duty.

New Springbok halfback pair to face Wallabies

Rudy Paige will make his starting debut for the Springboks on Saturday at Loftus Versfeld in the team’s penultimate Castle Lager Rugby Championship fixture of the year.

A yawning void in Coetzee’s assistants

Reports of a mad behind-the-scenes scramble to provide beleaguered Springbok coach Allister Coetzee some much-needed experienced assistance have been rife of late.

Change of course is likely to suit Danza

British Royale in top form and looks the likely danger.

business

LISTEN: Shock revelations about Sars

Johann van Loggerenberg and Adrian Lackay on their troubling book ‘Rogue: The Inside Story of Sars’s Elite Crime-busting Unit’.

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

Reader’s questions answered.

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.

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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