eNCA's Tanya Nefdt reports on the sights and the samba of Brazil as it explodes with World Cup fever.
A group of Born Frees blog about their first experience voting in SA's general elections.
eNCA Analyst Angelo Fick gives his quirky take on the 2014 general elections.
eNCA's Mark Klusener returns to Rwanda as the world commemorates the anniversary of the 1994 genocide.
Mbali Langa looks at the should-be-known movers and shakers contesting societal norms while fusing various intellectual theories with different media content, devices, and forms.
eNCA.com reporters Bianca Bothma and Lenyaro Sello are following seven members of an Eastern Cape Xhosa cultural choir, who are based in Johannesburg. The choir members are returning home to pay tribute to former president Nelson Mandela, who will be buried in Qunu on Sunday 15 December.
eNCA.com reporter Roderick Macleod takes a somewhat serious, sort of cynical and occasionally satirical look at some of the major news points making the headlines and the not-so-headlines in and around South Africa.
Lenyaro Sello joins Rescue South Africa in its mission to the Philippines, which was hit by Super Typhoon Haiyan. She’ll witness the strength and the bravery of those emergency personnel who’ll bring some comfort and closure to a nation devastated by disaster.
Over the next few weeks eNCA will be bringing you a series of special reports from the Republic of Korea. From our exclusive access to escaped North Korean defectors to the land reform policies currently being exported to Africa. We examine the reasons for the rampant economic achievements, the efficacy of a modern national health insurance built on ancient medical wisdom and we speak to key policy-makers and negotiators at the heart of the possible re-unification of the heavily militarised Korean Peninsula.
Charlene Lau is a 32-year-old freelance writer from Pretoria. She is walking from Johannesburg to Cape Town in support of rape survivors and as an element of her own healing journey. Her message is one of hope, courage and of breaking the silence within families surrounding rape and all forms of abuse.
In between sports anchoring and attempting some sports herself, Wardah Hartley takes some time out to share what she really thinks about all the drama and action that makes sports headlines.
From meteorology to geography, astronomy to geology, the eNCA Weather team covers all things scientific in their WeatherWise blog. Have you ever wondered what causes tornadoes to form? Or are you interested in the next meteor shower sighting? Then this blog is the place for you! The eNCA Weather team will share insider secrets, explore myths and discuss everything science so you too can get WeatherWise.
Paula Chowles brings her unique insight to South Africa's legislative heart. She blogs a mix of untold stories, behind-the-scenes bits and pieces, and analysis of the laws and debates that affect your life.
Travel inside Syria with eNCA reporter Yusuf Omar, as he accompanies the Gift of the Givers on a crucial relief mission.
Get a special pass to Tanya’s World with this blog. Tanya Nefdt takes you behind the scenes of her madcap stories.
Whether you’re a seasoned voyager, an armchair traveller, or just have a case of terminally itchy feet, this blog has what you need. Destinations, reviews, and invaluable tips for travellers of all kinds.
From performance art to gallery openings, from music and dance to theatre and design, this is the place to stay abreast of what’s happening in the world of the arts. Posts on events, interesting personalities, and commentary on funding and opportunities. This is the State of the Arts.