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Despite a R3 million bail out granted by government, and the National Treasury paying banks off a totaled amount of R5.2 billion, SAA is still deep in debt.

Around R13.6-billion worth of consumer accounts were not paid in time this July.

A 1 billion rand offer has been accepted by the City of Cape Town from a private developer for the prime coastal land between Camps bay and Clifton

In an anti racism bill proposed to Parliament by his organization, Andile suggests that racists should be dealt with jail time as well as be deported to Europe.

Stronger international oil prices, and a weakening Rand, have combined, with fuel prices higher since the end of September.

Twitter has announced that it will be testing an expansion of the former 140 character limit. The limit has now been extended to 240 characters.

As it stands, the SABC has no permannent Chief Executive Officer, Financial Executive Officer or Chief Operations  Officer.

The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) finds rather eccentric the continued obsession demonstrated by Mr Vavi and his friends against the Congress of South African Trade Union’s (COSATU) planned national strike action to take place across the country tomorrow.

Traditional radio is not only having to battle against other mediums such as television, print and out of home for adspend and audience attention, but it faces growing competition from radio moving online. From solely online radio stations, to live streaming, to podcasts, the digital age is changing how audio content is being listened to, as well as when and where to find it.

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