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 17 Apr 2015 10:55 am
Western Cape Police Commissioner Arnold Lamoer and five others face 109 counts, including corruption, fraud, money laundering and defeating the ends of justice.
South Africa 14 Apr 2015 18:00 pm
Pistorius trial judge Thokozile Masipa speaks out for the first time.
South Africa 31 Mar 2015 05:40 am
Almost six years after his death, the widow of acting judge and struggle stalwart Ntobeko Patrick Maqubela will be sentenced for his murder.
South Africa 13 Mar 2015 18:03 pm
The blazes saw a helicopter pilot lose his life, more than a dozen homes badly damaged and large swathes of vegetation reduced to ash.
South Africa 05 Mar 2015 17:48 pm
The woman accused of kidnapping Zephany Nurse 17 years ago, is set to apply for bail in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court Friday.
South Africa 27 Feb 2015 18:27 pm
Zephany’s biological parents Celeste and Morne Nurse were reunited with their daughter for the for the first time this week - they talk to eNCA about their ordeal.
South Africa 20 Feb 2015 01:05 am
The State Security Minister has apologised for the signal jamming incident saying an intelligence operative forgot to switch off a device used to enforce a no fly zone in the area.
South Africa 30 Jan 2015 12:35 pm
eNCA senior reporter Annika Larsen travelled to Poland to find out what drove Polish immigrant Janusz Walus, to kill anti-apartheid hero Chris Hani.
South Africa 27 Jan 2015 17:15 pm
Foreign shopkeepers in Cape Town have been anxiously watching the looting of shops in Johannesburg.
South Africa 05 Oct 2014 08:24 am
It’s taken judicial authorities more than three years to get British murder accused Shrien Dewani to South Africa to stand trial.