Xenophobia victims speak out

The latest wave of xenophobic violence to hit the country appears to have been brought under control for now. But what happens to the wounded?

Eight arrested for looting foreign-owned shops in Thabazimbi

Public order policing units have been deployed to Thabazimbi in Limpopo after foreign-owned shops were looted and burned.

SA relief team en route to Nepal

The first stage of the Gift of the Givers relief mission has taken off from OR Tambo. The team will focus on assisting the search and rescue operations.

Panel can't say whether Cape 'cannibal' is dangerous

The State called a psychiatrist to the witness stand to read the findings of a psychiatric report on the man who allegedly ate part of the heart of a man he killed.

SARS rogue unit 'harmed public confidence'

Sars had been destabilised by allegations of a “rogue intelligence” unit in its ranks and the suspensions and departures of several senior executives.

Minister wants answers into cause of Joburg train crash

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters offered condolences to the family of the dead safety officer and those injured.

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South Africa's rich at home and away

Two South Africans appear on the United Kingdom’s Sunday Times Rich List for 2015. Here’s a look at other wealthy South Africans locally and abroad.

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Top 10 Floyd Mayweather quotes

Ahead of what's billed as the 'Fight of the Century', eNCA.com looks at some memorable quotes from the flamboyant Floyd Mayweather.

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