Police in Cape Town have arrested six suspects in connection with twenty business robberies in and around the city. For more on the operations leading to these arrests, Thulasizwe Simelane spoke to JP Smith, Cape Town's Head of Disaster Risk Management. #eNCA Courtesy#DStv403
Sunday marks the 8th anniversary of #MarikanaMassacre , where police opened fire on striking Lonmin mineworkers killing 34 of them. The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa says there needs to be accountability for those killed. Courtesy#DStv403
Despite calls for gender equality in the workplace, progress is still slow, with only one female CEO in the JSE's top 40 companies. Dan Moyane spoke to Leila Ebrahim, from Pricewaterhouse Coopers about this. #eNCA Courtesy#DStv403
According to Loan Originator OOBA, the percentage of first-time buyers has increased by 12% in June. This despite the pressure on the #economy due to #COVID19 . @UvekaR spoke to OOBA regional sales manager Natasha Champion. Courtesy#DStv403
Greenpeace Africa says the Mauritius oil spill is a reminder for the world to move away from coal for the environment's sake. Mauritius is bracing for the worst after volunteers began fishing dead eels from oily waters. #eNCA Courtesy#DStv403
CHECK THIS OUT: Brian, Tricia and Brady Hurt were fishing in Northern Wisconsin when they spotted this bear with a plastic container over his head. After a few attempts they were able to remove the container and the bear made it back to shore! Videocourtesy of Hurt Family.
This is the interview that Youtube suppressed. You can see it here, courtesy of the station that did it in the first place.