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eNews Channel Africa: South Africa's most watched TV news channel.

The Channel made history when it launched on June 1st, 2008, becoming South Africa's first 24-hour news service. Since then, it's dominated the market. Live reports, breaking news, sport, weather, entertainment, financial and business updates all form part of its offering, along with a host of topical current affairs shows. eNCA has bureaus across South Africa as well as in Lagos, Nairobi and Beijing. It also has correspondents covering Zimbabwe, Ghana, and Tanzania.

Between 2008 and 2012 eNCA was known as the eNews Channel, but was rebranded to eNews Channel Africa as the service increased its global reach and prepared to go online. It is available on DStv's Southern Africa bouquet on channel number 403, and from August 20th 2012, on the Sky digital satellite platform in the UK on channel 518. eNews Channel Africa offers news services to affiliate networks across Africa, and to The Africa Channel, in the UK.

eNews Channel Africa has just launched its latest offering - a comprehensive multimedia news website, enca.com. Staffed by a dedicated team of developers and editorial personnel, the site aims to provide an immersive experience for users. It harnesses the power of moving visuals, along with the accessibility and portability of web-based news. This is news where you want it, when you want it. News that moves on so many different levels.

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