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They trail by a fair distance in the English Premiership and have bowed out of the FA Cup at its first hurdle. Are Manchester United in crisis?
Some Australian cricket players have declared themselves the best in the world ... Dylan Rogers isn't so sure.
Over the next few days the ANC will rally its cadres and branch representatives in Mbombela for the official launch of its 2014 Election Manifesto.
Graeme Bloch says the country should celebrate the matric pass rate, while understanding the challenges still facing the education system.
Wits professor Lee Rusznyak crunches the numbers to see how well the class of 2013 really did.
There is no obvious way to plug the gap left in the South African Test team by the retirement of Jacques Kallis.
A traditional Xhosa choir embarked on a journey exceeding 900km from Johannesburg to Qunu in the Eastern Cape to pay their last respects to Nelson Mandela.
Krivani Pillay remembers meeting Nelson Mandela when she was just 16. She pays tribute to him now.
Everything points towards a South African victory over India in Johannesburg this week.
eNCA anchor Uveka Rangappa shares her experience of bidding farewell to Madiba as his body lay in state at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
The Memorial Signer was called out as a fake but was apparently suffering from a “schizophrenia attack” brought on by happiness. Which begs the question: what was real that day?
When all is said and done, I can’t imagine that Nelson Mandela would have approved of the booing of Jacob Zuma at the FNB Stadium, writes eNCA Group News Editor, Ben Said.
It was Cyril Ramaphosa who saved the day or if you’re looking at it from a forward-looking perspective, opened the floodgates following the heckling and booing at Madiba's memorial
Just as Madiba stood down as president of South Africa in 1999, so should Graeme Smith do justice to his excellent ODI career and his legacy, and go out with dignity and soon.
eNCA columnist Fred Khumalo writes that Mandela, much like life, was a box of chocolates...
Nick Said pays tribute to Nelson Mandela, who used sport to ease tensions in post-Apartheid South Africa.
This past weekend’s launch of the Patriotic Alliance with Kunene and his former prison mate Gayton Mackenzie at the helm offer the nation much-needed mirth in these dark times.
Orlando Pirates do not want to use their gruelling African Champions League campaign as an excuse for a perceived loss of form in their ranks as they head into a busy December.
Have the Proteas lost their mojo? Dylan Rogers takes a look.
The Public Protector's report on Nkandla has been leaked to the media. Jeremy Maggs says President Zuma's PR team needs to up the ante now and spin this properly.
Oliver Meth believes that too few people recognise male rape as being a problem in South Africa and more must be done to help survivors of this scourge.
Cedric Gina’s abrupt resignation from his position as president of Numsa merely confirms that unless some drastic measures are taken, Cosatu’s implosion is imminent.
One of the definitions of the word cute, according to Tank Lanning, is “Ugly, but kissable”, and perhaps that is where the Springboks find themselves right now.
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