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Cape Town – His imagery and legacy will forever be engrained in the minds of many. But now some are looking to go under the needle to have Nelson Mandela's image forever embedded in their skin as well.
Johannesburg – Taxi bosses say they won’t hesitate handing over their own drivers to traffic authorities. Especially if taxi drivers put commuters’ lives at risk this festive season.
Johannesburg - The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Johannesburg has a solution for school holiday boredom. With more than 350 interactive gadgets and gizmos, the Gadget Factory gives young brains the chance to tackle mind-boggling science.
Johannesburg – It’s been a day of tough talk and posturing at the Numsa special congress. But let’s try to understand if this week's meeting will eventually translate into the formation of a workers' party.
December 16 - eNCA speaks to ANC spokesman Keith Khoza about the party's stance on the alleged fake sign language interpreter.
December 16 - eNCA speaks to Sandile Keswa from the South African Post Office about the new stamps that have been released in commemoration of the Union Buildings centenary.
Cape Town, December 17 - As many as four million South Africans have diabetes, but the International Diabetes Foundation says many walk around, unaware that they have the disease.
London, December 17 - South Africa is lobbying for a compromise to allow local citrus fruit to be sold into the European Union next year. The EU has banned South African citrus imports because of concerns over the fungal black spot disease.
Johannesburg, December 17 - Metalworkers' union Numsa is threatening to split from trade union federation, Cosatu. The threat has been looming for some time but was put on hold due to Madiba's death.
Johannesburg, December 17 - Police are refusing to comment on reports that another senior officer has violated protocol. Schoombie van Rensburg allegedly placed evidence in his office rather than a secure storeroom, and has since resigned.