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JOHANNESBURG, 31 December 2017 - New Zealanders were among the first in the world to celebrate the dawn 2018. Fireworks display erupted from capital Auckland’s Vero centre throughout the country.
JOHANNESBURG, 23 December 2017 - Botswana has hit back at the 'bullying' by United States (US) ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley for her threatening stance to member nations with regards to their vote on the status of Jerusalem.
Knock those debt off one by one
LONDON - After a 12-year-old Afro-Caribbean boy with dreadlocks was told to cut his hair or face suspension, protesters took to the streets of London to take a stand.
JOHANNESBURG 16 October 2017 - According to the UN World Food Programme, over 800 million people suffer globally from chronic hunger. Today is World Food Day and this eNCA sport presenter is declaring his commitment to eradicating worldwide hunger.
JOHANNESBURG 13 September 2017 - Disgraced UK public relations Bell Pottinger is in financial trouble. It's now entered into administration after failing to find a buyer.
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.