Today's Big Stories

Are some ANC cadres being defiant against Number 1?

Over the last 24 hours there’s been two suggestions that the ANC is not happy with events around two people thought to be close to president Jacob Zuma.

First the ANC released a statement last night that appeared to criticise the decision to give SABC chief operating officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng an increase.

The Business Day then reported this morning that some ANC leaders were unhappy with the decision by President Jacob Zuma to appoint Mosebenzi Zwane as the new Minister of Mineral Resources.

Stephen Grootes speaks to Political Analyst, Ranjeni Munusamy about what seems to be a rebellion against President Zuma.

Listen to the conversation below:


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
Veterans and ANC not on same page about terms of consultative conference

Veterans and ANC not on same page about terms of consultative conference

ANC vets want civil society groups present at the consultative conference, which they want held separately from another meeting.

Top SABC journos applauded for brave testimony

Top SABC journos applauded for brave testimony

EWN's Gaye Davis summarises the evidence of the SABC journalists who appeared before the ad hoc committee in Parliament.

If you're gona be a hero (and smash a car window), make sure you can prove harm

If you're gona be a hero (and smash a car window), make sure you can prove harm

A criminal lawyer explains what leg citizens can stand on if they witness a child or pet locked in a vehicle in risky conditions.

SABC 'in contempt of court' if Motsoeneng reports for duty, says DA

SABC 'in contempt of court' if Motsoeneng reports for duty, says DA

The DA's James Selfe says it is not clear whether SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng will be either fired or suspended pending an inquiry.

Hlaudi Motsoeneng: 'There are people at the SABC who get paid more than me'

Hlaudi Motsoeneng: 'There are people at the SABC who get paid more than me'

Stephen Grootes and John Robbie explore the controversy around the SABC COO's million Rand pay increase.

Hlaudi Motsoeneng gets R1m salary hike in a year

Hlaudi Motsoeneng gets R1m salary hike in a year

EWN reporter Rahima Essop unpacks SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's salary increase in the light of his legal battles.

Popular articles
Comair reports record earnings, 72nd profitable year in a row – a world record!

Comair reports record earnings, 72nd profitable year in a row – a world record!

Recession, soaring fuel costs and surplus capacity - yet profits keep coming! Bruce Whitfield interviews Comair CEO Erik Venter.

'Let’s tax this thing and make money out of it!'

'Let’s tax this thing and make money out of it!'

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Jeremy Berke (Business Insider) and Unathi Henama (Tshwane University of Technology).

Basic Education to introduce Kiswahili and coding to SA's curriculum

Basic Education to introduce Kiswahili and coding to SA's curriculum

Basic Education spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga spoke to Joanne Joseph on the Afternoon Drive to elaborate.

Kaptein Kurt Darren on music and all the money he’s making from it

Kaptein Kurt Darren on music and all the money he’s making from it

Laat die dansvloer brand! The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Afrikaans musician Kurt Darren.

ConCourt rules dagga legal for private use, but what is private?

ConCourt rules dagga legal for private use, but what is private?

Associate Professor of Law at Wits University James Grant says the ConCourt did not define what private use was.

[WATCH] Dad stops baby from crying, Emmy acceptance speech turns into proposal

[WATCH] Dad stops baby from crying, Emmy acceptance speech turns into proposal

Khabazela shares some of the most popular tweets, posts, and videos on 'What's gone viral'.

Should SA review the parameters of affirmative action?

Should SA review the parameters of affirmative action?

Ralph Mathekga says the experience on the ground shows that there is a problem when it comes to framing affirmative action.