SABC News - Sandton


SAfm Newsreader Nomsa Mdhluli holds up her Newsreader of the Year award during the 2017 Liberty Radio Awards in Sandton.
SAFM newsreader scoops Liberty Radio Award

Sunday 23 April 2017 08:32

SAFM Newsreader Nomsa Mdhluli says she is humbled after scooping the Newsreader of the Year Award for Public Broadcasting Services stations at the 2017 Liberty Radio Awards.


SA has not come to a grinding halt - Ramaphosa

Wednesday 19 April 2017 21:28

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa has not come to a grinding halt.


Cyril Ramphosa launched the 2016 South African Chapter of the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW2016) in November.
Ramaphosa to open Global Entrepreneurship Congress

Tuesday 14 March 2017 08:12

SA Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Tuesday morning officially open the Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) being held at the Sandton Convention Centre.


Infantino was speaking after the federation's three day football summit saying grass roots development is on top of their agenda
FIFA President says big changes are coming, especially for Africa

Thursday 23 February 2017 16:57

Gianni Infantino says his main challenge is the development of football especially in Africa.


SABC1 introduces new shows

Thursday 9 February 2017 14:26

SABC1 has officially introduced its new shows for the 2017 season under the hashtag #BeNewWithOne.


Eskom remains committed in powering the African continent

Tuesday 31 January 2017 18:59

Eskom says it remains committed in powering the African continent as its energy supply has improved.


DLO Energy to host 5th Africa Power Roundtable

Monday 30 January 2017 10:57

The DLO Energy Resources Group will be hosting the 5TH Africa Power Roundtable on February 1-2, 2017 in Sandton, Gauteng.


Some of Neo Kekana's friends who spent their days sitting with him on the car seat say they sometimes find work as gardeners or car washers.
South Africa’s non-reconciled economy

Thursday 15 December 2016 20:25

December 16 was first celebrated in South Africa by the Afrikaner people as a commemoration for their victory over the Zulu nation in 1883 at the Battle of Blood River.


Workers freed after structural collapse in Sandton

Tuesday 15 November 2016 14:12

Both workers trapped by a structural collapse at the corner of West and Rivonia Road in Sandton, north of Johannesburg, have been freed by emergency services.


Zuma urges economic transformation

Saturday 29 October 2016 06:42

President Jacob Zuma says the ANC has played a big role in laying a foundation for black-owned companies.


Business leaders to assist poor university students

Tuesday 18 October 2016 21:39

Business leaders have expressed a willingness to financially assist poor university students.


Higher Education Minister, Blade Nzimande.
Nzimande meets with business over tertiary funding models

Tuesday 18 October 2016 12:16

Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has been meeting with business leaders in Sandton to discuss tertiary education funding models.


Wildlife trade is one of the issues that were discussed during Cop 17 in Sandton.
Cop17: all eyes now on governments’ implementation

Wednesday 5 October 2016 20:15

All eyes are on the world's governments now that the 17th Conference of Parties (Cop17) is done and dusted.


Animal trade is one of the issues dignitaries are discussing at the CITES COP 17 underway in Sandton.
Molewa against commercial trade of animals

Monday 3 October 2016 15:27

Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa says it is short-sighted to think that elephant poaching will end by prohibiting commercial trade of the animals.


Calls for rhino horn trading to be legalised

Wednesday 28 September 2016 21:44

When it was time for him to retire, John Hume decided he wanted to move a game farm.


Premier Awards aim to recognise business excellence

Wednesday 28 September 2016 08:36

Group Chief Operating Officer at the Department of Trade and Industry, Jodi Scholtz, says they would love to see more companies entering the Premier Business Awards.


Activists call for ban on tiger farming

Tuesday 27 September 2016 16:57

Animal activists are calling for tighter enforcement of laws to fight tiger farming which they say continues to pose a threat to the survival of tigers in the wild.


The trading of rhino horns is a controversial issue among SADC countries.
SADC countries divided over rhino horns, elephant tusks trade

Monday 26 September 2016 06:45

Southern African countries are divided on trade in both rhino horns and elephant tusks as the Cites COP17 gets into full swing in Sandton, north of Johannesburg, this week.  


President Jacob Zuma.
Regulated trade ivory could yield development benefits: Zuma

Saturday 24 September 2016 16:37

South African President Jacob Zuma says regulated trade in ivory could yield huge development benefits for those residing in national parks and conservation areas.


The first edition of  Blacks Only Weekend will see the comedy show take place at Emperors palace.
“Blacks Only” to take over the weekend

Thursday 22 September 2016 19:57

In what is a complete takeover of Johannesburg this weekend, funnyman David Kau has expanded his famous Blacks Only Comedy brand this through an extension titled - Blacks Only Weekend.


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