Under The Skin : In conversation with Akin Omotoso Part 3 of 3
South Africa 18 January 2018

What’s exciting about African film? Akin tells us why he has faith in the local film industry.

Under The Skin : In conversation with Akin Omotoso Part 2 of 3
South Africa 18 January 2018

Akin explains why Vaya was a special project and talks about the inspiration behind Tell Me Sweet Something.

Under The Skin : In conversation with Akin Omotoso Part 1 of 3
South Africa 18 January 2018

Akin shares memories from his childhood, his first movie experience, his love of books and early influences and how his father found Yebo Gogo fame.

eNews - 17 January 2018
South Africa 17 January 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN - Suspended crime intelligence boss, Richard Mduli, has agreed to step down from his position and at least ten people are facing charges of public violence, after protests broke out at Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging.

Former Sascoc CEO not going out without a fight
South Africa 17 January 2018

17 January 2018 - I have nothing to lose. Those are the words of former Sascoc CEO Tubby Reddy, who has vowed to fight his sacking to the death. He has threatened to spill the beans on the shenanigans that have engulfed the Olympic body under his watch.​

Social media makes it easier for sexual predators
South Africa 17 January 2018

17 January 2018 - The Film and Publication Board is urging parents to be wary of posting pictures of their children on social media. It says this might result in sexual predators targeting the children.​

Students hurl chairs and other objects at Unisa staff
South Africa 17 January 2018

17 January 2018 - Police in Durban kept a close eye on the Unisa campus where students were hoping to register but were turned away due to the Nehawu strike. Calm was restored only after the SRC appealed to students to protest peacefully.

Mbalula vows to shake up top police management
South Africa 17 January 2018

17 January 2018 - Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says the lack of stability within the SAPS’s leadership is stifling crime fighting.​

Schools opened their doors to learning on Wednesday
South Africa 17 January 2018

JOHANNESBURG ,17 JANUARY 2018 - Pupils from King Edward VII return to school for the start of the academic year.

Anika Larsen unpacks report which details charges against Patricia de Lille
South Africa 17 January 2018

eNCA's Anika Larsen provides insight on a report in which Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has been called vindictive and erratic.