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On Thursday, President Jacob Zuma announced that there was no corruption involved in the controversial arms deal. Cathy Mohlahlana speaks to eNCA's Nickolaus Bauer about the announcement.
As the country prepares to celebrate 22 years of democracy next week, alarming trends have emerged about South Africans' perceptions of the economy, politics and iscrimination. eNCA reporter Judith Subban spoke to researcher Rorisang Lekalake.
President Jacob Zuma announced the findings of the Arms Deal Commission, which had been set up to investigate the procurement of weapons and military machinery.
Public health experts have formed a coalition to support a proposed tax on sugary drinks. They say South Africans are getting fatter and fatter and if there isn’t an intervention by next year we will be 16 percent larger than we were five years ago. eNCA's Theresa Taylor interviewed the deputy director of Priceless SA, Aviva Tugendhaft.
Rhodes University has suspended all academic activity at the institution, amidst anti-rape protests. Director of Rape Crisis, Kathleen Dey, believes the task team needs to find long-lasting solutions to the crisis at the university.
On Sunday, alleged rapists at Rhodes University were "outed" on social media. Rights group Kwanele has launched an initiative called Enuf is Enuf, which aims to break the silence around sexual assault. eNCA's Iman Rappetti speaks to the group's founder Andy Kawa.
The bus company involved in the fatal weekend crash near Winburg in the Free State, has denied reports its drivers were swapping seats while the bus was in motion. Ten ANC supporters were killed when the bus overturned. eNCA's Cathy Mohlahlana spoke to Wesley Maringa, Kabati Transport Services' spokesperson.
Statistician-General Pali Lehohla has painted a bleak picture of the future for South Africa's youth. He says, while more young South Africans are above the poverty line, the number of young people who are going hungry is increasing. eNCA's Lester Kiwiet reports.
Oscar Pistorius appeared briefly in the North Gauteng High Court where his sentencing hearing was postponed to 13 June. eNCA's Cathy Mohlahlana chatted to reporter Karyn Maughan, who also mentioned a recent health scare for Pistorius.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says investors are satisfied with the country’s ability to repay its debts. He says the focus will now be on growth. Gordhan was in Washington for the spring gathering of the IMF, the World Bank and G20. eNCA's Dan Moyane spoke to Lesiba Mothata, Chief Economist at Investment Solutions.
Denis Goldberg has added his voice to the chorus for President Jacob Zuma to step down. The ANC stalwart has been openly critical of Zuma’s leadership. He recently said he felt betrayed by a man he once defended. Goldberg spoke to eNCA's Uveka Rangappa.
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