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13
NOV
10am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has resigned. The Presidency says in a statement that it has accepted Gigaba's resignation. Gigaba had reportedly met with President Cyril Ramaphosa at the weekend over calls for his resignation.
13
NOV
9am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

The SABC's 60-day consultation process into staff retrenchments has been effectively put on ice. The process was supposed to get underway today, but it turned into an information sharing exercise with the CCMA backing labour unions' call for more information.
13
NOV
8am

SAFM 3PM

Former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan will resume her testimony before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg, shortly. Earlier, the ANC expressed its disappointment at the criticism that Hogan levelled against the party's deployment committee. In her submission to the commission yesterday Hogan accused the ANC of interfering in the appointment of board members of state-owned enterprises and questioned the relevance of the party's deployment committee. Hogan also decried former secretary-general Gwede Mantashe's intervention when she approached the British and US banks for funding. ANC NEC member Zizi Kodwa explains.
13
NOV
8am

SAFM 2PM

Mining company Sibanye has defended its decision to retrench over 12-thousand workers saying it's part of its process to merge with Lonmin. In its submission to Competition Tribunal, Sibanye has warned that more jobs could be lost if the merger is not approved. Lawyers representing Sibanye have appealed to the Competition Tribunal to approve the merger in order to save cash-strapped Lonmin. This appeal comes the Competition Commission agreed to approve the merger between the two mining companies. Sibanye's lawyer Alfred Cockrell.
13
NOV
8am

SAFM 12PM

The High Court in Pretoria has granted the Reserve Bank permission to liquidate the assets of VBS mutual bank. This comes after a Reserve Bank forensic report found that about 50 companies and people including politicians had allegedly looted nearly two-billion-rand from VBS. Some shareholders, are however, are strongly opposed to the process of winding-up or dissolving VBS.
13
NOV
8am

SAFM 1 PM

The ANC in Limpopo says it is deeply saddened by the news that the High Court in Pretoria has granted the Reserve Bank permission to liquidate VBS mutual bank. The Reserve Bank's application to wind-up the assets of VBS, comes after a forensic report implicated at least 50 organisations and people including politicians, in looting nearly two-billion-rand from the mutual bank. Some shareholders of VBS who oppose the move to liquidate the bank say they will study the report before commenting. The ANC's provincial spokesperson Donald Selamola says the party hopes VBS can still be rescued.
13
NOV
8am

SAFM 10AM

Mining company Sibanye has defended its decision to retrench over 12-thousand workers saying it is part of its process to merge with Lonmin. In its submission to the Competition Tribunal, Sibanye has warned that more jobs could be lost if the merger is not approved. Lawyers representing Sibanye have appealed to the Competition Tribunal to approve the merger in order to save cash-strapped Lonmin. This appeal comes after the Competition Commission agreed to approve the merger between the two mining companies. Sibanye's lawyer Alfred Cockrell.
13
NOV
2am

SAFM 9AM NEWS BULLETIN

The ANC has expressed its disappointment at the criticism that former Public Enterprises minister Barbara Hogan has levelled against the party's deployment committee. In her submission to the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture yesterday Hogan accused the ANC of interfering in the appointment of board members of state-owned enterprises and questioned the relevance of the party's deployment committee. Hogan also decried former secretary-general Gwede Mantashe's intervention when she approached the British and US banks for funding. But ANC NEC member Zizu Kodwa says only reckless political parties can win elections and forget about what should happen in government...
13
NOV
1am

SAFM 8AM NEWS BULLETIN

A taxi operator and a queue marshall have been killed and three passers-by wounded in a suspected taxi violence related shooting at the Noord taxi rank in the Johannesburg CBD. The incident happened yesterday when two attackers entered the taxi rank and opened fire. Police have launched a manhunt for the two suspects. Gauteng police spokesperson Mavela Masondo...
13
NOV
12am

SAFM 7AM NEWS BULLETIN

Former Public Enterprises minister Barbara Hogan is expected to tell the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture how former president Jacob Zuma fired her after she resisted the Gupta family's demand. The Guptas wanted Hogan to scrap a lucrative flight route between Johannesburg and Mumbai for the benefit of their business. will continue to testify at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg this morning. Hogan will wrap her testimony when the commission resumes its hearings in Parktown, Johannesburg, this morning. Mbali Thethani reports...
12
NOV
11pm

SAFM 6AM NEWS BULLETIN

Former Public Enterprises minister Barbara Hogan is expected to tell the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture how former president Jacob Zuma fired her after she resisted the Gupta family's demand. The Guptas wanted Hogan to scrap a lucrative flight route between Johannesburg and Mumbai for the benefit of their business. Hogan will wrap her testimony when the commission resumes its hearings in Parktown, Johannesburg, this morning. Mbali Thethani reports...
12
NOV
10pm

SAFM 5AM NEWS BULLETIN

Former Public Enterprises minister Barbara Hogan will continue to testify at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg this morning. Hogan will wrap up her testimony in which she is expected to reveal how she refused to succumb to the Guptas' demand that she scrap a lucrative flight route between Johannesburg and Mumbai for the benefit of their business and how former president Jacob Zuma subsequently fired her. Mbali Thethani reports...

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