Molefe resigned as the Eskom CEO in November last year following the Public Protector's state capture report.
The Human Sciences Research Council has encouraged households to be open to giving blood samples in their annual HIV survey.
The SABC CEO wants to change the definition of what a receiving device is and amend the broadcasting act.
Dr Mamphela Ramphele says it's important to preserve heritage and says that substituting African names is a form of violence.
The commission investigates whether there is any distortion of competition by Shoprite, Pick n Pay, Spar, and Woolworths.
Zuma wants the DA to provide the same intelligence report the party has asked him to provide for axing Gordhan.
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng will be facing two disciplinary actions.
Scopa chair Themba Godi says that Eskom will be called before Parliament to answer why and how several procedures were flouted.
Save Our SABC (SOS) Coalition's Duduetsang Makuse says the broadcaster must go back to the drawing board and find a viable model.
Richard Munro, Site Manager of CT Building Contractors says the efforts of his workers has received numerous praise.
Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) wants Eskom to account to the committee for the Eskom and Tegeta coal mine contract.
Malusi Gigaba's wife, Norma Gigaba, claimed that she assisted her husband with technology when he was still at Home Affairs.
Author Hennie van Vuuren shares the inside scoop on his revealing book 'Apartheid Guns and Money' and the legacy of looting in SA.
Despite the earlier ConCourt ruling, Tuesday's High Court judgment rules Net1 can continue making grant deductions.
Standard Bank's Victor Williams says more heads of state showed interest on the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa this year.
The group of civil society organisations have launched six demands aimed at restoring good governance in South Africa.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) will carry out recommendations made by a Parliaments ad-hoc committee probing SABC.
Ray White interviews Wayne Duvenage, Chairperson at the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA).
Fomer KZN premier and ANC chairperson Senzo Mchunu says the ANC must own up to its problems, and find a solution.
Ray White interviews EWN’s Stephen Grootes, who is in Durban at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa summit.
Ian Neilson, Executive Deputy Mayor says the tariff is considerate of people's ability to pay the proposed charging method.
New acting Hawks head Yolisa Matakata made her first appearance before police portfolio committee in Parliament.
Eskom chair Ben Ngubane had strong words speaking to Stephen Grootes on day 2 of the World Economic Forum on Africa.
Inquiries about emigration shot up by 250% per day after Zuma announced his latest Cabinet reshuffle say immigration experts.
Micah Reddy, Investigator at amaBhungane says Eskom, the CSIR and CRSES have all denied that Eskom has gagged the research units.
Analyst Helmoed Heitman says the alleged mastermind of a plot to assassinate 19 people linked to state capture doesn't seem legit.
A 33-year-old man faces charges of conspiracy to commit murder with an alleged hit list of 19 people, including Cabinet members.
Energy expert Chris Yelland says Western Cape High Court judgment means nukes programme needs to be done lawfully the next time.
Earthlife Africa, which brought the case, says the judgment vindicates its argument that the process government has followed was unlawful.
12 Public Works employees face a disciplinary hearing over misconduct in the upgrade of Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead.
Mzilikazi wa Afrika revealed this week that he is the target of a hit because of his Eskom and Impulse International coverage.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has begun to set his main campaign targets in the leadership battle for the ANC's presidency.
Eskom Board's Khulani Qoma, says it welcomes Minister Brown's decision to review Molefe's pension amount.
Both President Zuma and Deputy President Ramaphosa gave keynote addresses over the weekend further exposing divisions in the ANC.
Stephen Grootes questions how Brian Molefe resigns under a cloud and then gets R30m for four-years work.
Minister Lynne Brown has rejected the R30 million payment to former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says the African National Congress (ANC) must address the "elephant in the room".
On Wednesday, the High Court in Pretoria ordered that Berning Ntlemeza should be dismissed as Hawks head immediately.
Business Day's Carol Paton argues Malusi Gigaba will face 10 tests which may help SA and global markets determine where he stands.
The High Court in Pretoria has reinstated the Prasa board headed by chairperson Popo Molefe after it was dissolved last month.
Concerned ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza writes a heart felt Facebook post detailing immoral leadership and personal challenges.
SACP's Solly Mapaila says they're still not satisfied with the manner in which President Jacob Zuma handled the Cabinet reshuffle.
Azar Jammine says Lungisa Fuzile's resignation will raise further suspicions of the capture of National Treasury.
The SA Communist Party has called for President Jacob Zuma to resign over his reckless actions which plunged SA into deep crisis.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism Investigator Susan Comrie.
SACP secretary general, Blade Nzimande, says a Cabinet reshuffle would be the President's decision, and not SACP's responsibility.
Finance Minister and his deputy are expected to land on Tuesday morning after being ordered by Zuma to return from London.
Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini was absent from Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
President Jacob Zuma will answer questions in Parliament for the first time in 2017, on matters including social grants payments.
Cosatu put brakes on signing the R20 p/h minimum wage agreement last month but are now ready to sign under certain conditions.
EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, shares her news year for 2016.
Eskom board recommended Matshela Koko for the position of acting CEO after the resignation of Brian Molefe.
Energy expert Chris Yelland predicts new CEO will not come from Eskom board or executive management as they are compromised.
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe is resigning, claiming the report's observations harmfully damaged his and the power utility's reputation.
In a statement, Eskom CEO Brian Molefe says he will leave Eskom on 1 January 2017.
The chilling call Henri van Breda made to emergency services on the night his mother, father and big brother were hacked to death.