The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Econometrix Chief Economist Dr Azar Jammine.
A phone, a PC, a TV, a car - odds are you have one and odds are you have no idea how they work.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a look at Minster Lynne Browns 'bright idea' to reinstate Brian Molefe as Eskom CEO.
Political analyst Aubrey Matshiqi gives analysis on how coalition and mergers work for the 2019 South African general elections.
ANC MP Makhosi Khoza has been receiving several death threats for publicly criticising the ruling party and its leadership.
Ralph Mathekga and Peter Bruce comment on Ramatlhodi's claims that Molefe and Ngubane pressed him to suspend Glencore's licenses.
Former Mining Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi explains events that led to the Optimum mine being bought by the Gupta family.
The Star reports that more than 50 ANC MPs would vote against President Zuma in the no-confidence motion if it secret.
Bruce Whitfield interviews famed scenario planner Frans Cronje about his book “A Time Traveller's Guide to South Africa in 2030”.
Law professor and political commentator Richard Calland says justices have been pressing counsel from both sides of the argument.
EWN's Clement Manaythela on UDM advocate's argument that Speaker Mbete has a constitutional obligation to hold a secret ballot.
Constituional Court hears arguments from the UDM on why MPs should be allowed to vote by secret ballot against Zuma.
Molefe is expected to return to Eskom as the CEO this morning after serving as ANC MP for barely three months.
Save SA's Sipho Pityana says Zuma must explain his reliance on a dubious intelligence report to justify his Cabinet reshuffle.
EWN's Dr Jack and Curtis take a look at the escaped lions and Kenya's travel advisory for South Africans.
Author Hennie van Vuuren shares the inside scoop on his revealing book 'Apartheid Guns and Money' and the legacy of looting in SA.
EWN's Dr Jack and Curtis take a dig at Cyril Ramaphosa's recent apology for using inappropriate language post Marikana.
Sanco says it's disappointed with the court's decision to grant bail to two men accused of killing 16-year-old Matlhomola Moshoeu.
EWN's Dr Jack and Curtis take a stab at the impact of the rise of 'fake news' sites on the integrity of the free press.
Dr Jack & Curtis's take on Cosatu members refusal to let President Zuma speak at the May Day rally.
As South Africa celebrates Workers Day,we look at the role and responsibilities of trade unions in the post democratic South Africa.
Tariq Mellet says the constitutionality of President Zuma's reasons to fire Gordhan should be brought before ConCourt.
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has made a distinction that his party is not a member of the newly formed Freedom Movement.
EWN's Dr jack & Curtis commemorate the rather dark side of Freedom Day this year.
The court has granted Kenyan political parties 5-day extension to nominate their candidates for the upcoming August elections.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis look at the bizarre antics of axed Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza who appears adamant he still has a job.
Yet another proposal for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma has been instituted by opposition parties.
ANC's Jackson Mthembu spoke about the 'decay' in the party's communication capacity and the impact of social media technology.
The ANC NEC is currently meeting to prepare for the policy conference in June and Stephen Grootes breaks down what's to come.
The ANC claims it was surprised by seeing soldiers in the parliamentary chamber on Thursday.
EFF secretary general, Godrich Gardee, says they will now fight back after Parliament security assaulted their members.
ANC heavyweights criticise deployment of soldiers for 'law and order', saying they only have a ceremonial role during Sona.
The walkout by the SABC delegation has been criticised as a delay tactic aimed at frustrating Parliament's oversight proceedings.
It remains a mystery how the political landscape will unfold next year in light of the state of capture report challenge by Zuma.
Save SA is disappointed that the NEC didn't call for Zuma to step down as they had hoped.
Factionalism and costly mistakes in good governance within the ANC threaten to weaken Zuma further.