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Disney to cut ties with Netflix by 2019

Disney to cut ties with Netflix by 2019

The world’s biggest entertainment company announced it will be launching its own online product and walking away from Netflix.

Catching up with Mala Bryan - A Women's Month Celebration

Catching up with Mala Bryan - A Women's Month Celebration

To celebrate Women's Month, she caught up with this businesswoman to find out how she is changing her industry.

We'd rather stay in debt than deal with this guy

We'd rather stay in debt than deal with this guy

Darren had a great time with today's "victim"!

10 richest women in the world

10 richest women in the world

There are 167 women worth more than $1 billion. These 10 are the richest of them all…

Doccie maker in search of Aussie Aborigines trackers left in SA after Boer War

Doccie maker in search of Aussie Aborigines trackers left in SA after Boer War

Australian documentary maker, Benjamin Hunter, claims that there is evidence of four trackers who were left behind after the war.

New President of Waterfront Rotary Club commited to bring about good change

New President of Waterfront Rotary Club commited to bring about good change

Siham Boda is determined to challenge some of the stereotypes about the organisation and enhance its social mandate.

Today should  be a day focused completely on gender equality - Thandi Modise

Today should be a day focused completely on gender equality - Thandi Modise

Listen to Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Thandi Modise reflect on some of the issues faced by women in SA.

The fight for women's rights should be a day-to-day commitment - expert

The fight for women's rights should be a day-to-day commitment - expert

Constitutional law expert, Phephelapi Dube, says Women's Day should not be the only time we stand against violence on women.

Zuma survives no confidence motion

Zuma survives no confidence motion

President Jacob Zuma learnt his political fate on Tuesday when Members of Parliament voted in a motion of no confidence.

#VoteOfNoConfidence: Thousands watch on big screen outside Parliament

#VoteOfNoConfidence: Thousands watch on big screen outside Parliament

Several marches have been taking place across the country, some in support of Zuma and others against.

Will the ANC split? Will the DA rule? A Scenario Expert on the fate of the SA...

Will the ANC split? Will the DA rule? A Scenario Expert on the fate of the SA...

Scenario Expert Jakkie Cilliers discusses his book “Fate of the Nation: 3 Scenarios for South Africa's Future”.

Opposition parties unite ahead of Zuma no confidence vote

Opposition parties unite ahead of Zuma no confidence vote

This public show of solidarity is all in a bid to achieve one goal: to get President Jacob Zuma out of office.

Xolani Gwala's lighter take on that Mbete cough

Xolani Gwala's lighter take on that Mbete cough

Xolani Gwala looks at the lighter side of Baleka Mbete's cough during the all important secret ballot announcement.

Yusuf Cat Stevens SA tour gets sold out within 6 hours in Cape Town

Yusuf Cat Stevens SA tour gets sold out within 6 hours in Cape Town

Singer and songwriter Cat Stevens, also known as Yusuf Islam, will be performing for the first time at Kirstenbosch in November.

Icasa takes "aggressive" approach with networks over high data costs

Icasa takes "aggressive" approach with networks over high data costs

Icasa on Monday published draft regulations in the Government Gazette to tackle high data costs.

#NoConfidence: Bells to ring in Parly when ballots counted and votes tallied

#NoConfidence: Bells to ring in Parly when ballots counted and votes tallied

EWN parliamentary correspondent, Gaye Davis, talks through the process ahead of the all important vote later.

Social media has spoken: #SecretBallot reaction

Social media has spoken: #SecretBallot reaction

From Zuma, the rand and even the Guptas, nobody is being spared the social media burn.

Why avo prices keep soaring

Why avo prices keep soaring

SA Avocado Growers' Association CEO, Derek Donkin, says demand has doubled in the past three years alone.