Cancer patients try controversial new therapy
Technology 4 April 2015

Pretoria, 4 April 2015 - A handful of cancer patients have been receiving targeted radionuclide therapy at Steve Biko Hospital. The expensive treatment uses molecules that deliver radioactive materials directly to the tumours.

Sunoil could face R5m fine over oil spill
Technology 4 April 2015

Durban, 3 April 2015 - More than a week since the Africa Sunoil Refineries oil spill, the usually pristine waters of the Bluff Yacht Club and surrounds still glisten with cooking oil. Sunoil has been told to take action by the Department of Environmental

Cheaper, greener and nippy
Technology 22 March 2015

Johannesburg, 22 March 2015 - South Africa is gearing up to launch its first fleet of electric vehicles. eNCA’s Nontobeko Sibisi took a drive down Electric Avenue to find out what all the fuss is about.

Cyril Ramaphosa visits the Square Kilometre Array site
Technology 1 March 2015

Unveiling an antenna of the South African Meerkat radio telescope in Carnarvon in the Northern Cape, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa marvelled at its scientific possibilities. He was accompanied by various ministers and foreign ambassadors.

What to do when you stumble upon a snake
Technology 23 February 2015

KwaZulu-Natal, 23 February 2015 - Martin Rodrigues, a snake expert from Scottburgh, explains what to do if you find yourself face-to-face with a snake - and what not to do if you're bitten. Judith Subban reports.

Residents fear the poison used to kill dagga plantations will affect them
Technology 21 February 2015

Eastern Cape, 21 February 2015 - Residents and farmers are concerned that the herbicide poison used by the police to kill dagga plantations is harmful in other ways. eNCA speaks to locals including a farmer and Rastafarian.

TransAsia plane should have been able to stay airborne - expert
Technology 5 February 2015

5 February 2015 - eNCA's Dan Moyane speaks to pilot and Former Civil Aviation Authority Director Captain Colin Jordaan about the TransAsia plane crash.

3D printing adds new dimension to heart surgery
Technology 3 February 2015

Shanghai, 03 February 2015 - In China technology is helping to improve open-heart surgery. For the first time, doctors are using 3D printing to replace valves in the aorta.

Gauteng's startup tech company comes up with an app to calculate Lobolo
Technology 22 January 2015

It's one of the oldest cultural traditions in Africa and now a startup tech company in Gauteng's come up with an app to calculate Lobolo.

WhatsApp scam sinks its claws in
Technology 20 January 2015

A message is doing the rounds on instant messaging service WhatsApp prompting users to install an update if they wish to continue using the service. However, users are unknowingly signing up for a subscription service costing R7,00 per day.