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Mosiuoa Lekota explains why COPE left state of the nation address

The leader of COPE, Mosiuoa Lekota, explains why him and his party walked out of the 2016 state of the nation address

EFF chants 'Zupta Must Fall' during 2016 state of the nation address

President Jacob Zuma’s state of the nation address disrupted for second year running, with repeated points of order from EFF and chanting of 'Zupta must fall'

State of the nation 2016: From protest to Parliament

Police prevent protesters from marching on Parliament while President Jacob Zuma receives criticism from Julius Malema and Mosiuoa Lekota during 2016 State of the nation address

BUSINESS DAY TV: Next six months ‘are likely to be tough’

Italtile chief financial officer Brandon Wood discusses the company’s first-half results and the fundamental changes it has made to improve efficiency

BUSINESS DAY TV: Many people want to invest in SA, Mosebenzi Zwane says

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane speaks to Alishia Seckam at the Mining Indaba about job losses, restructuring and regulation of the mining industry

BUSINESS DAY TV: Low prices are taking their toll on the industry

Anglo American Platinum CEO Chris Griffith discusses full-year results, which show a significant loss due to write-downs

BUSINESS DAY TV: Gold Brands takes to the AltX board

Praxia Nathanael, CEO of the owner of the fast-growing Chesa-Nyama fast-food franchise, discusses the group’s listing and its commitment to the franchise model

BUSINESS DAY TV: Kumba expects cost savings from reduction in waste

Kumba Iron Ore CEO Norman Mbazima discusses the company’s 2015 financial results, which show falling profits

BUSINESS DAY TV: Rand ‘has given us a tailwind’

Harmony Gold CEO Peter Steenkamp talks about benefit of weak rand and the company’s ability to cut costs and improve production

BUSINESS DAY TV: SA’s policies are unsuitable for addressing inequality and poverty

Prof Carel van Aardt from Unisa’s Bureau of Market Research discusses how income inequality in SA poses a risk to political and socioeconomic stability

BUSINESS DAY TV: Hogan Lovells ‘is in SA for the long term’

Hogan Lovells global chairman Nicholas Cheffings discusses his firm’s entry into SA and the influx of international players wanting to do business in Africa

BUSINESS DAY TV: Eastern Europe properties are doing exceptionally well and offer big opportunities

Marc Edwards, CEO of Tower Properties discusses the company’s results and acquisitions in Croatia

BUSINESS DAY TV: Using impact assessments would send a strong signal in SA

CEO of The Small Business Project Chris Darroll discusses regulatory impact assessments and why they need to be conducted prior to policy development

BUSINESS DAY TV: Budget must address policy uncertainty

World Bank programme leader for SA Catriona Purfield discusses how promoting more competition in SA could lift growth and reduce poverty

BUSINESS DAY TV: A combination of factors is keeping the lights on

Eskom CEO Brian Molefe discusses the state of the grid, the Nersa hearings into the utility’s request for additional tariff hikes and new, cheaper coal supply agreements

BUSINESS DAY TV: Is this SA’s year of living dangerously?

Avior Research consulting economist Cees Bruggemans shares his concerns about SA’s course of action in what promises to be a year of economic struggle

Malema: Gupta family must leave SA immediately

Julius Malema says the Gupta family must leave SA immediately

Malema's top 5 quotes on Nkandla, Guptas and Zuma

Watch the top 5 quotes from Malema’s press briefing on Zuma, Nkandla and the Guptas

BUSINESS DAY TV: We will never know how rigorous the public protector’s report was

Political analyst Sipho Seepe discusses President Jacob Zuma’s decision to pay back some of the money for nonsecurity Nkandla upgrades

BUSINESS DAY TV: Nigeria must drive exports to build up other revenue streams

Dianna Games, CEO of Africa @ Work discusses the implications of the shrinking revenue from oil on Nigeria’s economy

BUSINESS DAY TV: The country has spent ‘20-plus years in carrot mode’

Black Business Council CEO Mohale Ralebitso discusses whether companies in SA are moving fast enough in diversifying their boardrooms

Watch Riah Phiyega respond to Marikana criminal charges

Suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega address the media

Phiyega: 'I did not lie and I am not a criminal'

Suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega address the media

BUSINESS DAY TV: SA must grow its beef sector to benefit from European demand

Chris Sturgess, head of commodity derivatives at the JSE, discusses the exchange’s new beef futures contracts and how this will help hedging against prices

BUSINESS DAY TV: Markets may not be the only determinant of compensation to landowners

Bulelwa Mabasa, director and dispute resolution specialist at Werksmans, speaks about the spike in high-value land claims as the land expropriation bill goes before the National Assembly

BUSINESS DAY TV: There is room to look at how to regulate OTT services

Nadim Mohamed from First Avenue Investment Management discusses the implications of regulating OTT services such as WhatsApp

BUSINESS DAY TV: Interest-rate hike may slow outflows but will not increase inflows

Nedbank senior economist Nicky Weimar, SAIRR chief economist Ian Cruickshanks and Lumkile Mondi from Wits’s School of Economics and Business Science, look at Thursday’s interest rate decision

BUSINESS DAY TV: Feasibility study under way on extending Gautrain network

Gautrain CEO Jack van der Merwe discusses a R3.5b tender for new coaches and the success of the rail project to date

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