Livestream of the MeerKat Telescope launch
2016 Constitutional Court ruling deemed some aspects of the enforcement of emolument attachment orders, commonly-known as garnishee orders, unconstitutional and invalid.
The Cornubia Mall in Durban was evacuated on Thursday following a bomb scare. The mall's gates were reopened after police conducted a sweep.
There’s no end in sight to the wage dispute between Eskom and three trade unions as another round of talks ends in a deadlock.
AfriForum's Kallie Kriel tells eNCA reporter Khayelihle Khumalo they want justice for Phumzile Dube and Nanki Mashaba.
The BLF's Andile Mngxitama is accusing journalists of assaulting one of his members outside the Randburg magistrate's court.
eNCA reporter Malungelo Booi speaks to some protesters outside the Randburg magistrate's court following Duduzane Zuma's appearance.
Spare a thought for paramedics who have to save lives despite broken ambulances, inadequate equipment and to cap it all, dangerous conditions in which being attacked is just part of the job.
The World Health Organization recommends one ambulance for every ten thousand people, which means that the Eastern Cape should have 700 working ambulances.
In 2016, Checkpoint reported on emergency medical treatment, or lack of it, in rural areas of the Eastern Cape. Has anything changed? Apparently not. Even those living in or near cities say finding an ambulance is an achievement.