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Bell Pottinger, failing to find a buyer, has collapsed into administration.
The firm, was put into administration by accountants BDO, entering a form of creditor protection after it failed to find a buyer.
Meanwhile, the hearing held by the PR companies regulatory body PRCA is underway looking into the conduct of Bell Pottinger.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Chaos Theory MD Andrew Ross.
Stephen Grootes spoke to media specialist Tebogo Ditshego about how this PR disaster has impacted the company.
In a statement released on Thursday, the company said senior management was misled about what had to be done for the Guptas.
Bruce Whitfield interviews the DA’s Phumzile van Damme and former Chairperson at Bell Pottinger Lord Tim Bell.
Clement Manyathela interviews UK correspondent Gavin Grey.
Media specialist Tebogo Ditshego says Bell Pottinger has destroyed their brand and reputation in SA after working with the Guptas.
An investigation into Bell Pottinger found they breached ethical principles, EWN reporter Ilze-Mari le Roux explains findings.
The PR company tasked with the Gupta's reputation management has cut ties with the controversial family.
Media guru Tebogo Ditshego says reputational damage caused by PRCA's ruling will impact at least 50% of Bell Pottinger's clients.
The body that regulates PR and Communications agencies in the UK, has stripped Bell Pottinger of its membership.
Amabhungane investigative journalist Micah Reddy explains how UK-based PR firm Bell Pottinger flew to SA to help Gupta affiliates.
According to reports by PRWeek, Bell Pottinger has been found guilty of breaking a professional code while working for the Guptas.
Bell Pottinger knew about the recommendations for a judicial inquiry into SA’s banks weeks before Minister Zwane made it public.
In an interview with BBC Radio 4, Gupta denies claims surrounding a campaign with PR firm Bell Pottinger.
Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the Bill's needed to bring democracy in the system while WC MEC says the changes are unnecessary.
No, this is not about Bell Pottinger or Donald Trump, but actual innovations that will affect us in the future.
By Jack and Curtis
Federation of Governing Bodies of SA Schools is concerned that none of its submissions were included in the proposed Bill.
Following the death of a KZN man by a Pit Bull, the Pit Bull Federation of South Africa's Lins Rautenbach speaks about the breed.
Liberty Legal Marketing Specialist, Faeeza Khan talk us through a few financial pointers before getting hitched.
Regina Belle and The Manhattans with Gerald Alston are coming to South Africa in July to preform in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
The US stock market has been on the up since 9 March 2009. Bruce Whitfield interviews veteran stockbroker David Shapiro.
The SS Mendi sank in sank 1917 killing about 616 mostly black South Africans soldiers fighting in Word War I.
Media expert William Bird says the way in which the story was published was not an ethical decision, but was still within the law.
A mother describes how her daughters were attacked after the dog jumped over their neighbours wall.
Renowned feminist theorist bell hooks claims that Beyoncé has sold out to hypercapitalism and a fictive form of feminism.
90’s sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel-air is set to make a come back with original star Will Smith.
Economist Xhanti Payi joins other analysts who sound a warning that the rates increase inevitably now comes at a cost to the economy.
Revolutionary political puppet Chester Missing has looked into the future and shared his thoughts on what the year has in store.
Willem Snyman's mission is to restore the natural green-belt along the Hennop's River - a stretch from Kempton Park to Hartebeespoort Dam.
EFF National Chairperson Dali Mpofu says the party plans to win some metros in the upcoming elections, whether small or big.
Sars No.2 Jonas Makwakwa was suspended yesterday over suspicious payments into his bank account.
Parents of Muslim learners at Malibu High School are incensed that the school served children pork.
The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Personal Finance Journalist Maya Fischer-French.
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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews two company leaders who are fighting unemployment by giving interns a chance.
There are many outlandish things we do all in the name of coolness like wearing sunglasses indoors or boots in sweltering heat...
Mayor Patricia De Lille wants to declare Cape Town a 'proactive disaster area' in order to secure funding for interventions.
The cricketer pleaded not guilty to a charge that he applied artificial substance to a ball, but was found guilty at ICC hearing.
More than 30 000 coal mineworkers affiliated with the NUM are on a nationwide strike over wages, which could see Eskom affected.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed branding and advertising expert Andy Rice about "torture test" demo ads.
WCED says it is unacceptable that learners are denied participation in school activities because of outstanding fees.
Malls and charities are scrambling to fill their Father Christmas and elf vacancies. The money is not too shabby...
The Traditional Courts Bill was updated last year, but a public policy expert says some parts of it are still not up to scratch.
Jonathan Fairbairn shares what's currently trending on social media, including a knife wielding crab!
These guys cut open 3 official World Cup balls, and one was from the very first tournament in 1930.
Madonsela attended a Peace Accord meeting at Wits University to help mediate conflict between students, management and government.
The CEO of Spur says food inflation has played a big role in making this difficult decision.
Ted, Oscar and Super Teddy are such good boys.
Department of Labour UIF Commissioner Boas Serume explains the changes in the proposed Unemployment Insurance Fund Amendment Bill.
Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs'Obed Bapela says it is unacceptable that children die in initiation schools.
The proposed Forced Marriages and Child Marriages Bill may criminalise the act which some have argued is a cultural norm.
Steve Letsike describes the aims of the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill which Cabinet has approved for public comment.
Several legal entities and independent public institutions have been asked to help select possible candidates for the position.
Expert astronomer Bill Hollenbasch speaks to Sam Cowen about the #Plutoflyby.
Section 4 of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill may be too broad and could criminalise speech that does not qualify as hate speech.
CEO of Tariffic says people lose money daily on airtime because of wireless application service providers (WASPs).
The AG will now be able to take remedial action against those responsible for the financial mismanagement of municipalities.
The Cybercrime Bill has been approved by Cabinet and is on its way to Parliament, a move computer forensics have long awaited.
The Scottish National Party is demanding a second independence referendum to decide on breaking away from the United Kingdom.
A new era in Test Cricket – England’s greatest achievement – starts on 27 November. Pink, it's like red but not quite...
Is it a match made in cyber heaven or an obsession gone too far? Kay Webster talks about his Facebook page with bae, Android 18.
Former Proteas fast bowler, Fanie De Villiers, says it would be difficult to prove that du Plessis bridged the code of conduct.
The Nugent Commission looks likely to see former Sars Commissioner, Tom Moyane, answer questions at the inquiry.
These Asian Pork Belly cubes will have people coming back for more!
Lawson Naidoo describes the importance for President Jacob Zuma to sign the Fica Act into law.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Banking Association of South Africa Managing Director Cas Coovadia.
Lawson Naidoo says MPs are sending a strong message to President Jacob Zuma by sending back the Bill with only minor changes.
The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (Casac) says the implementation of the Bill should be speedy.
The financial action task force will meet again in June.
Co-Founder of the Africa Harm Reduction Alliance Dr Kgosi Letlape says vaping should not be banned.
Ray White (on The Money Show) interviews Desiree Reddy, Director in the banking and finance practice at Norton Rose Fulbright.
Australia’s cricket captain Steve Smith and batsman Cameron Bancroft have been fined after Saturday's a ball tampering scandal.
Sibulele Sibaca lost her parents to HIV/Aids when she was sixteen, she shares her story and more about the global charity event.
National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole admits a lot more work needs to be done.
It's been a busy week of politics and comedian Nik Rabinowitz has taken a jab at some of the newsmakers who've made headlines.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews labour analyst Terry Bell.
President Jacob Zuma met with stakeholders in South African media to discuss the media appeals tribunal and the secrecy bill.
Nadia Neophytou reports that Bill Cosby appears to have obtained drugs and he planned to give them to a young woman and rape her
Obama commented on the Bill Cosby scandal, saying "Any civilised country should have no tolerance for rape"
Sam Cowen speaks to ENS Africa Forensics expert, Dave Loxton who unpacks and lauds the new Cybercrimes Bill.
Several organisations including Business Leadership SA will be in Parliament for the Fica Bill hearings.
Political parties in Parliament passed the Fica Bill and are urging President Jacob Zuma to sign it into law.
Men who work and want to be involved when their children are born are being failed by this country says researcher, Kopano Ratele.
The controversial draft bill seeks to implement tighter regulations in the marketing and sale of tobacco products.
A video posted on social media left tongues wagging at the hefty party bill.
Saftu secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi says minister's figures are wrong and another way to limit poor from getting services.
702/CapeTalk listeners share their interesting stories on social etiquette. Who foots the bill when dining out?
Liquor industry guru Michael Fridjhon says adding repressive clauses may drive more young consumers to illegal drinking or drugs.
The broadened bill will see those who lose their jobs receive money for a longer period when they apply for unemployment benefits.
Parliament's transport committee is going through oral and written submissions from organisations and says bill cannot be rushed.
The Film and Publications Board could be given the powers to regulate all online content.
The investigative journalism NPO says the bill imposes excessive criminal sanctions on journalists and members of the public.