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11
MAY

Small parties calling for a re-run of elections

35 small political parties expressed their unhappiness to the IEC on what they say are flaws in the electoral process and are calling for a rerun of the polls. The group includes the BLF, ATM, NFP, ACM and Land Party. They want an independent auditor appointed to audit the results. They say they will approach the Electoral Court and, if need be, the Constitutional Court, to nullify the elections. Official results are expected to be announced by the Independent Electoral Commission today (Saturday) . For more Elvis Presslin spoke to Thandi Nontenja ,UDM National Treasurer
11
MAY

On consumer slot we look at managing credit debt

South Africa's middle-income consumers on average spend 25% of their take home monthly income to pay interest accumulated on debt. This is according to FNB's analysis of money management behaviour of its Retail banking customers who earn between R7 000 and R60 000 per month. The bank says its data paints a picture of households that are heavily reliant on unsecured debt to get through each month. For more Elvis Presslin spoke to Dr Christoph Nieuwoudt, FNB Consumer CEO and began by asking him to elaborate on their findings ....
11
MAY

SAPS on arrests of people for double voting

The IEC says a total of 22 people have been arrested for alleged double voting during the general elections. Among these are 17 people from Dannhauser in Kwazulu Natal. Earlier figures put the number of people arrested at 20. IEC officials updated the figures during a media conference at the IEC's Results Operations Centre in Pretoria last night.The Police Deputy National Commissioner, General Sehlale Masemola explains ....
04
MAY

Newly - appointed CEO for MICT-SETA to overhaul the corruption -tainted organisation

Last year President Cyril Ramaphosa authorised an investigation by the Special Investigating Unit into alleged maladministration at the Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA). This in relation to the allocation of discretionary grant funding to a number of companies. The probe also looked into any undisclosed or unauthorised interests which officials or employees of the MICT SETA may have had and the extent of any benefit derived by officials or employees in these companies. And now, the newly appointed CEO Mdu Zakwe promises to overhaul the corrupt-tainted organisation. For more Elvis Presslin spoke to Mdu Zakwe and began by asking how he plans to ensure corruption does not happen under his watch?
04
MAY

Sport Scientist on Caster Semenya CAS ruling

Sport scientist at the North University says she was surprised at the Court of Arbitration for Sport's (CAS) decision to uphold the new International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) rules forcing female athletes to regulate their testosterone levels.For more Elvis Presslin spoke to Sport Scientist , Sandra Wushe
04
MAY

Caster Semenya shrugs off the unfavourable CAS ruling

Caster Semenya shrugged off the unfavourable Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling when she won the Women's 800m race at the IAAF Diamond League race in Doha. Semenya, the double Olympic champion at the distance, was added to the 800m start list, two days after her appeal against a new rule regulating testosterone levels for women athletes was rejected by the Court for Arbitration of Sport (CAS). Semenya had challenged the measures, introduced by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), that will force women with higher than normal male hormone levels -- so-called "hyper-andro-genic" athletes -- to artificially lower the amount of testosterone in their bodies if they are to continue competing. The rules will come into effect on May 8 and will apply to races over distances of 400m to the mile. For more Elvis Presslin spoke to the Chairperson of the South African Medical Association, Dr Angelique Coetzee
04
MAY

May is Hypertension Awareness Month

May marks hypertension awareness month. Hypertension is regarded to be a major global health challenge because it increases morbidity and mortality from cardiovascular and kidney diseases. For more Elvis Presslin spoke to Cardiologist Dr Sajidah Khan
21
APR

UNEDITED

All Africa News.Com editor, Michael Tantoh and SABC's Jabulani Baloyi join us for today's edition of UNEDITED.
21
APR

We review the term of the 5th parliament

As we review the term of the 5th Parliament, the National Assembly was unable to conclude its task of amending section 25 of the constitution to expropriate land without compensation before the end of the parliamentary term. Our Parliamentary correspondents Mercedes Besent takes us back to how the land question on expropriation debates started and filed this report......
20
APR

AbaThembu King, Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo could be released from prison on a presidential pardon

AbaThembu King, Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo, could be released from an East London prison on a presidential pardon - if President Cyril Ramaphosa agrees to recommendations from Justice Minister, Michael Masutha. The Presidency's confirmed that Ramaphosa has received a recommendation from Masutha and that a decision will be made in due course. The King is currently serving 12 years in prison for kidnapping, assault, arson and defeating the ends of justice. Abongile Dumako reports...

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