South Africans express their dissatisfaction with democracy
South Africa 23 June 2018

Less than a quarter of South Africans are satisfied with our democracy. This is according to the Human Sciences Research Council’s latest South African Social Attitudes Survey. eNCA's Michael Appel took to the streets for this story.

eNews - 22 June 2018
South Africa 22 June 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene says there is no money to give to Eskom to help them increase salaries.

Gugulethu residents demand houses or “no vote” in 2019
South Africa 22 June 2018

CAPE TOWN, 22 June 2018 – Fed-up Gugulethu residents in Cape Town on Friday threatened not to vote in 2019, if they’re not given houses. Human settlements minister Nomaindiya Mfeketo met with some of the people living around the Cape Flats township.

Disgruntled ANC Limpopo members challenge the provincial conference
South Africa 22 June 2018

POLOKWANE 22 June 2018 - Disgruntled ANC members are serving court papers on the party's leadership in Limpopo. They are trying to stop this weekend's Limpopo elective conference.

EXCLUSIVE: Nhlanhla Nene on Eskom's wage talks with labour unions
South Africa 22 June 2018

LONDON, 22 June 2018 - Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene says there is no money to give to Eskom to help them increase salaries.​ eNCA's Olly Barratt spoke to him in an exclusive interview.

Nene calls for EC government to take over struggling municipalities
South Africa 22 June 2018

PORT ELIZABETH, 22 June 2018 - The Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene wants the Eastern Cape provincial government to take over the running of 15 municipalities. One of these is The Great Kei. eNCA's Sandy McCowen is in the Eastern Cape.​

NHI Bill gazetted
South Africa 22 June 2018

The policy, which is to be publicly financed, aims to provide a “uniform package” of access to quality and affordable health services. It will target South Africans based on their needs, irrespective of their socio-economic status. Head of healthcare & li

Poverty and inequality major ingredients in supermarket supply chains
South Africa 22 June 2018

Charity group Oxfam has cited many cases globally, showing those workers who produce the food we eat are themselves forced to starve.

Current account widens in Q1
South Africa 22 June 2018

More evidence today that the country's economy was in a weaker shape in the first quarter than many had thought. The current account which reflects the value of goods and services imported against the value of exports

New North West Premier to be sworn in today
South Africa 22 June 2018

Sunday Independent Acting Editor, Lebogang Seale, is in studio to disuss the swearing in of new North West Premier, Tebogo Mokgoro.