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LISTEN: Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter did say he would step down

South Africa Football Association (Safa) president Danny Jordaan says Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has denied telling the media he will step down from the position should South Africa not qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.

But a recording from the media breakfast with the national coach at SAFA's headquarters in the south of Johannesburg on Wednesday‚ February 6‚ attended by multiple reporters and sports editors‚ has Baxter clearly saying he will offer to not continue as Bafana coach if the team does not qualify for Egypt 2019.

LISTEN | Full speech - 2019 National Budget

Eskom’s financial and operational crisis loomed large as finance minister Tito Mboweni delivered a gloomy budget that showed a deterioration in SA’s finances and economic outlook, which may raise the ire of ratings agencies.

Budgeting for South Africa's future

Join Sunday Times reporter Mudiwa Gavaza in studio, as he leads a discussion with the editors of the Business Times, Financial Mail and Business Day on what to anticipate from this year's National Budget Speech.

A day ahead of the National Budget, the group delve into the nitty gritty of some of the budget's most pertinent elements, including concerns around taxation, health care, education and training and the dilapidation of SOEs.

LISTEN: Picking apart Cyril Ramaphosa's Sona

We pick out some of the most important statements from President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address and ask Business Day editor Lukanyo Mnyanda to fill in the gaps.
Hint: Eskom was high on the agenda.

LISTEN: The State of the Nation address in full

On the evening of the 7 February, President Cyril Ramaphosa gave his second annual State of the Nation address to parliament. He went to pains to emphasis concerns around employment growth, the restructuring of national power utility Eskom, attempts to decisively eradicate corruption and the promotion of pro-poor policies, and more.

LISTEN: Julius Malema launches EFF manifesto

It was an eventful weekend for the EFF, as the party launched its election manifesto on Saturday, 2 February 2019.

Scores of supporters made their way to Giant Stadium, wearing their EFF regalia. EFF president Julius Malema promised the crowd that, should his party be elected, education would be free and the current national minimum wage of R3,500 would be increased.

LISTEN: New NPA boss Shamila Batohi comes to put out the 'house on fire'

Shamila Batohi has been named as the new head of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).

President Cyril Ramaphosa made the announcement during a televised address at the Union Buildings on Tuesday.

Batohi was evidence leader during the King Commission that investigated the Hansie Cronje match-fixing in cricket. Recently she was a legal adviser at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.

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