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.

McKinsey denies any links to the Guptas
South Africa 17 January 2018

The NPA's Asset Forfeiture Unit says the court order to freeze one-point-6-billion rand in alleged state capture proceeds from McKinsey and Trillian, is one of six matters currently in court. eNCA's Karyn Maughan provides some background.

Violence erupts outside Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging
South Africa 17 January 2018

eNCA's Erin Bates provides an update on the situation outside Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging. Tyres were set alight and stun grenades were fired following protests by parents and political parties over a language dispute at the school.

Karyn Maughan elaborates on the NPA's decision to investigate 17 cases of state capture
South Africa 17 January 2018

Acting head of the AFU Operations Nox Molele has told eNCA's Karyn Maughan that their priority is to recover the billions that has been lost from the fiscus through fraud, money laundering and racketeering.

Former crime intelligence officer to appear in court
South Africa 17 January 2018

Ipid is has arrested an officer who it believes has been protected for many years, says eNCA's Michael Appel. The man has been accused of defrauding a secret service account within a police crime intelligence unit.

Parents of Hoërskool Overvaal say school does not have capacity to teach in English
South Africa 17 January 2018

Aside from parents protesting outside Hoërskool Overvaal, political parties including the EFF, SACP and ANC are present. Parents say they will now have to spend more money making arrangements to get their children to and from school.

Parents have mixed feelings as their children begin school
South Africa 17 January 2018

Parents in Ekhuruleni talk to eNCA's Uveka Rangappa about their mixed feelings and preparing their young one's for their first day at school.