Malnutrition’s killing Nigerian children
Africa 26 November 2016

JOHANNESBURG - 26 November 2016 - Malnutrition has caused untold suffering for displaced people in Nigeria's north-east. Aid agencies say many are now living in camps or partly destroyed buildings.

Somalia’s first female presidential candidate
Africa 17 November 2016

Johannesburg, 17 November 2016 - Somalia's presidential elections are set to take place at the end of November. Among the eighteen candidates vying for the presidency is Fadumo Dayib. Dayib is the first female in the country's history, to run for preside

Burundi exodus driving major refugee crisis: doctors
Africa 17 November 2016

Nairobi, 17 November 2016 - A fivefold surge in Burundians fleeing to Tanzania to escape political violence is creating one of Africa's biggest refugee crises, a charity said on Wednesday, amid warnings from activists of genocide threats.

Political uncertainty shrouds DRC
Africa 18 October 2016

DRC, 18 October 2016 -The Democratic Republic of Congo remains tense after the Constitutional Court approved plans to delay next month's election. Opposition parties are calling for a general strike, while the European Union is considering sanctions.​

INTERVIEW: ‘Someone has to be held accountable’ - Dan Moyane
Africa 17 October 2016

Johannesburg, 17 October 2016 - On October 19, 1986, Mozambican president Samora Machel was on his way back from Lusaka on board his presidential plane. eNCA anchor Dan Moyane gives a detailed background on the late Mozambican leader.

How one man stopped a coup in Burkina Faso
Africa 5 September 2016

Johannesburg, 05 September 2016 - Coups d'etat have blighted the political landscape of many African countries, hardly ever producing stories of hope and courage. Burkina Faso Journalist Moumina Cherif Sy’s story is an exception.

African slave trade, the arts and industry in Rio
Africa 25 August 2016

Rio de Janeiro, 25 August 2016 - The 2016 Rio Olympics has provided the perfect opportunity for eNCA reporter Junia Stainbank to delve into the history of the intriguing city. He explored the colourful yet shameful history of Praca Maua.

Need to know: What is the meaning of opportunity cost?
Africa 25 August 2016

In our entrepreneur feature, we discuss the process of applying for a license and compliance with Director for Client Relations Management at the Gauteng Liquor Board Cleo Bodibe-Lushaba.

Checkpoint: Mawarire weeps for Zimbabwe
Africa 26 July 2016

26 July 2016 - Pastor Mawarire has been called Zimbabwe's Martin Luther King after urging peaceful protest against a corrupt and inept government. But during his recent visit to SA, he was shocked by the conditions under which Zimbabweans are living.

Checkpoint: Zimbabwe Woes Part I
Africa 19 July 2016

19 July 2016 - Checkpoint visits both urban and rural Zimbabwe to hear from the people, the politicians and activists calling for change in the once prosperous nation.