Meet our Team

Annika Larsen

Annika Larsen cut her teeth in the world of radio, quickly developing a unique style and sense of the untold story. During a television career that has spanned several years, Annika has covered high-profile court cases, including President Jacob Zuma's corruption trial. As a senior journalist, she now focusses on special reports, and investigative pieces that seek to shine light on unexamined aspects of South African society.

South Africa 02 Feb 2016 23:31 pm
President Jacob Zuma says he is willing to settle the Nkandla matter ahead of the scheduled court date.
South Africa 21 Jan 2016 05:52 am
They call themselves a private initiative of concerned citizens, who met at the #ZumaMustFall March in Cape Town last year.
South Africa 24 Nov 2015 16:30 pm
Members of a Cape Town family say they're at the end of their tether after 20 alleged police raids in two years on their home.
South Africa 06 Nov 2015 05:33 am
The Justice Minister's department says it has had no formal request from the FBI regarding the FIFA probe.
South Africa 25 Sep 2015 15:01 pm
eNCA Reporter Annika Larsen takes a look at apartheid-era films subsidised by the National party for Whites to make films for Black audiences.
South Africa 04 Jun 2015 17:06 pm
Former FIFA officials trip over themselves in spilling the beans on the football bribery fiasco, but the jury's still out on whether any South Africans will be indicted.
South Africa 04 Jun 2015 06:13 am
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has told media that outgoing FIFA President Sepp Blatter has been a good friend to South Africa and that he brought the Soccer World Cup here.
Sport 01 Jun 2015 20:23 pm
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has denied that South Africa paid bribes to any individuals to win the 2010 World Cup bid. eNCA's Annika Larsen probes deeper.
South Africa 29 May 2015 19:43 pm
The relationship between Zephany Nurse and her biological parents seems strained, with the girl reportedly moving out.
South Africa 07 May 2015 18:07 pm
More and more terminally-ill patients want the courts to rule that they be allowed to choose when and how to die.