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Economist Xhanti Payi says there was some surprise yesterday when Stats SA revealed that South Africa had emerged from its technical recession.
North Korea is back at it, testing ballistic missiles and raising the ire of countries like the US, Russia, and China. Last week, North Korea announced that it had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. But what is a hydrogen bomb?
JOHANNESBURG 05 September 2017 - UK PR firm Bell Pottinger was slapped with a five-year ban for its work for Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments. eNCA's correspondent Olly Barratt has been tracking the story and explains what it means.
JOHANNESBURG 3 August 2017 - It’s been 20 years since Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris. Our UK correspondent Natalie Powell says Diana’s sons chose to reflect on the event behind closed doors.
RAQQA, 04 August 2017 – Video footage has emerged of the moment a suicide bomber detonated a car bomb on the outskirts of Raqqa in Syria, injuring three journalists.
PRETORIA, 27 July 2017 - Statistics South Africa says the total spend by public sector institutions has increased by R18-billion in a year.
MIAMI, Florida, 22 July 2017 - They were once famous, but now they're not. So what does an over-trained, over-exposed ape do with its time in retirement? Well, he paints of course.
GERMANY - Making cycle-friendly cities a reality can save the country millions of rand. But transport officials are well aware that getting people to ride instead of drive will take time, money and education.
GERMANY - Transport authorities believe the funding of multi-billion rand transport infrastructure without state money can be a reality. A South African delegation attended an international transport conference hosted in Germany.
JOHANNESBURG 12 July 2017 - eNCA's meteorologist Annette Venter speaks about the consequences of a chunk of ice bigger than the US state of Delaware breaking off from the West Antarctic ice shelf.