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Poppie Mphuthing shines a light on a shameful truth, and asks what is being done to help the mothers and babies of Somalia.
The Buccaneers triumph against all the odds, braving intimidation, and a world class DRC side to reach the CAF Champions League.
Who's to blame for Cyprus' implosion? A weak banking system? Or leaders caught asleep behind the wheel? Eleni Giokos assesses the situation.
Debora Patta smarts at the latest visuals depicting a frail Nelson Mandela. She asks whether his name is being exploited.
Of all the freedoms denied to South Africans during Apartheid, the freedom to express oneself persisted in some form. Mapi Mhlangu celebrates the legacy of a nation's artists
Taking her cue from Chad’s President Idriss Deby, Poppie Mphuthing assesses the aftermath of the CAR coup.
Zwelinzima Vavi is a man beset by a campaign to oust him from his position. Will ordinary workers be his salvation, or will complex political machinations end his career
Margaret Thatcher was undoubtedly a controversial figure, but does she have something to teach South African politicians. Group News Editor Ben Said explores the idea
How one reporter reconciled himself with an... interesting brief, and embraced junk meat for his art.
eNCA Group News Editor Ben Said, reporting from London, says Margaret Thatcher’s legacy remains a bone of contention.
Lawyers for Oscar Pistorius say his bail decision will only be made on Friday, following several interruptions and complications in today's hearing.
Jessica Foord, founder of the Jess Foord Foundation speaks out on the back of the rape of 17-year-old Anene Booysen in an interview with eNCA anchor Iman Rappetti.
The Bredasdorp community is preparing to bury 17-year-old Anene Booysen tomorrow. She was found raped and mutilated last weekend, and died later of her wounds. would like to send you push notifications.
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