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APR

VAT increases come into effect from today

Hard pressed consumers face higher taxes on more than one front from today (Sunday). This comes as SARS implements the sugar tax and VAT increases with effect from April the first 2018. Almost everything will go up from bank charges, the price of a new car to insurance and food items. Economist, Dr. Azar Jammine speaks on this...
31
MAR

Chaos erupts at the Nelson Mandela Bay council meeting

The much anticipated Nelson Mandela Bay council meeting has been postponed following chaos. It was expected to debate the motion of no confidence in Mayor Athol Trollip, speaker Jonathan Lawack and Chief Whip Werner Senekal. Disagreement amongst the councillors forced the speaker to adjourn the meeting twice. A multi-party whippery meeting was called and a decision taken to postpone it.Sanusha Naidu, a political analyst deals more with this...
31
MAR

Consumers to be wary of online transacting

Although consumers are using online transactions more frequently, the Consumer Goods and Services Ombuds are urging consumers to be more vigilant. This as the amount of complaints against online suppliers continues to rise. Bonita Hughes, Complaints manager at the Consumer Goods and Services Ombuds elaborates...
31
MAR

Vicki Momberg sentence hailed as a victory for the constitution

The National Prosecuting Authority has hailed the three-year sentence handed to former real estate agent, Vicki Momberg, as a victory for the Constitution. One year of the sentence has been suspended. Momberg was found guilty on four counts of crimen injuria after racially attacking a police officer in 2016. In the video that went viral, she can be heard using the K-word a number of times at the police who tried to come to her assistance after a smash-and-grab incident. Afriforum's deputy CEO, Ernst Roets and Freedom of expression Law Clinic, Lorraine Tlomatsane speak to Elvis Presslin....
18
MAR

Citizens urged to reduce their salt intake

The Heart and Stroke Foundation has intensified efforts to highlight the impact of salt consumption in South Africa. The focus of this week's World Salt Awareness Week, which ends today (Sunday), has been to highlight simple changes to help achieve the 5 grams of salt per person per day. Professor Pamela Naidoo, the CEO at the Heart and Stroke Foundation of South Africa discusses this further
18
MAR

Jacob Zuma's charges, what it means for him and the ruling party

The announcement by the National Director of Public Prosecutions, Shaun Abrahams that former president, Jacob Zuma, will be prosecuted has been welcomed by civil society and political parties. It highlights that Zuma will face fraud, corruption, racketeering and money laundering charges as per the indictment served on him in 2007. Constitutional law expert, Phephelaphe Dube, former NPA spokesperson, Makhosini Nkosi and Political analyst, Prof Mcebisi Ndletyana speak to Elvis Presslin on this and other issues
18
MAR

The fight against corruption

Zukiswa Kota, head of advocacy and monitoring and the Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM) speaks to Elvis Presslin about the fight against corruption in South Africa...
17
MAR

Violence involving learners and teachers, and the responsibility of parents

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says if the female learner who threw a book at her teacher is found guilty she will be punished for her actions. In the video which has since gone viral on social media - the learner can be seen seen walking to the front of the class where the teacher is standing and throws the book at the teacher. The female teacher then immediately walks away. 2017 has seen a shocking number of crime incidents taking place at SA schools. 20% of the country's teachers believe that schools are violent places and suspect their students and colleagues are armed. A parent, Ntutuzelo Mavuso, SADTU Deputy General, Nkosana Dolopi and Clinical Psychologist, Mzimkhulu Fatman speak to Elvis about what is happening...

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