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WATCH: Hlaudi Motsoeneng according to Hlaudi Motsoeneng

The top five things Hlaudi said about Hlaudi at an SABC press conference

BUSINESS DAY TV: Free education possible — but only over time, says Habib

Adam Habib, Vice Chancellor at the University of the Witwatersrand, discusses the damage the #FeesMustFall movement is doing to campuses

WATCH: Drone footage shows massive destruction in Aleppo, Syria

Drone footage shows the scale of destruction caused by air strikes in the besieged rebel-held sector of the Syrian city of Aleppo, where fighting has intensified in recent weeks

BUSINESS DAY TV: Jasco looking at some strategic bolt-on acquisitions

Jasco CEO Pete da Silva speaks about the company’s full-year results which saw it post a 164% rise in headline earnings and reinstate a dividend after four years

WATCH: Your medical aid questions answered

Can you reduce your premiums while keeping the same benefits and why are so many people reluctant to use brokers?

BUSINESS DAY TV: ‘You must be a small mosquito on a big artery’

WBS chairman Paul Harris speaks about the group’s plans to take on SA’s cellphone giants with a national, very high-speed, data network

WATCH: Free higher education won’t happen overnight, says Habib

Adam Habib, vice-chancellor at the University of the Witwatersrand, says free higher education is good because it creates more equal societies

BUSINESS DAY TV: SME fund to stimulate entrepreneurship

The SA SME Fund has R1.5bn contributed by big business and a permanent team to support small-business development. Interim CEO Lisa Klein tells how

WATCH: Exploring the relationship between Africa and China

Africa Inc explores the trade relationship between Africa and China and the impact that China’s slowing economy has had on the continent

BUSINESS DAY TV: Bell hit by problems at DRC operation

Bell Equipment gives its outlook for the rest of the financial year after fraud and mismanagement at a subsidiary dented its interim results

WATCH: What changes to the National Credit Act mean for loans

Juanita Steenekamp from the SA Institute of Chartered Accountants unpacks developmental credit as well as legal limits on interest charged

BUSINESS DAY TV: We will ride out Grindrod’s bad times, Jannie Durand says

Remgro CEO Jannie Durand discusses full-year results from the investment holding company

WATCH: What SA must do to avert ratings downgrade

Business Day’s Editing Allowed panel assesses SA’s actions and prospects of averting a downgrade in its sovereign-credit rating

BUSINESS DAY TV: Strong end to 2016 financial year for Sasfin

Sasfin CEO Roland Sassoon discusses full-year results which feature a 29% rise in headline earnings and also a rise in its credit:loss ratio

WATCH: Understanding cash flow management for SMEs

Business Day TV unpacks cash flow fundamentals for small businesses and entrepreneurs

BUSINESS DAY TV: Mashaba lays out his Johannesburg plans

Mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba speaks to BDTV about how he plans to turn the city’s economy around and slash unemployment

WATCH: UKZN students march on legislature to hand over memorandum

Hundreds of students gather outside the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) library in Pietermaritzburg to march to the provincial legislature

WATCH: How the slump in commodity prices affects Africa

The commodity price slump has wreaked havoc on African economies and mining companies alike, with both having to dig deep to keep their heads above water

WATCH: The FNB Johannesburg Art Fair

In its 9th year, the FNB Johannesburg Art Fair provides a platform that inspires and drives creative thought

WATCH: Peaceful female Wits protesters manhandled by campus security

Wits protesters are manhandled by campus security

WATCH: Exuberant UCT students occupy Upper Campus

Hundreds of students gathered at the University of Cape Town's Upper Campus for a mass meeting

WATCH: How SA data costs compare with the rest of the world

Here’s how data prices in SA compare with those in the rest of the world

WATCH: Wits students threaten shutdown

Wits students are marching from class to class threatening to shut down campus after rejecting the governments recommended 8% fee increase for 2017.

WATCH: Students on knife-edge as Nzimande rules on university fees

Students take to Twitter to express their expectations ahead of Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande’s announcement on higher education fees

WATCH: How to use LinkedIn as a business tool

Business Day TV also looks at why quality trumps quantity when it comes to making connections on LinkedIn

WATCH: CCTV footage shows moment of New York bomb blast

Surveillance video taken from three cameras at a local gym show the moment when an explosion rocked the Manhattan neighbourhood of Chelsea in New York on Saturday night injuring 29 people.

WATCH: How SA data costs compare with the rest of the world

Here’s how data prices in SA compare with those in the rest of the world

WATCH: Will president Zuma make it to 2019?

Will a shaken and resentful President Jacob Zuma stand down, and does it matter if he stops appearing in Parliament to be attacked by the opposition?

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