SA failed in its obligation to arrest Omar al-Bashir
World 6 July 2017

Johannesburg. July 7, 2017 - The Southern Africa Litigation Centre has praised the ICC's judgment on South Africa's failure to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.

City of Philadelphia pledges allegiance to tolerance and diversity
World 6 July 2017

06 July 2017 - As US President Donald Trump celebrates his first Independence Day in office, the City of Philadelphia pledges allegiance to tolerance and diversity. This 4th of July eNCA was on the ground in the birthplace of American democracy​.

Are we over-sensitive about race?
World 19 June 2017

JOHANNESBURG, 19 June 2017 – South Africans on social media have fired fierce criticism at OUTsurance, in reaction to a Father’s Day video advert, featuring mainly white dads. Do we, as South Africans, still consider race as our first reaction?

Eyewitness account of London car attack
World 19 June 2017

LONDON, 19 June 2017 - In a developing story in the UK, one person has been killed and several injured in London after a car rammed into worshipers on Sunday night.

London fire fatalities
World 14 June 2017

14 June 2017 - At least one person has died, and 30 others injured in a massive blaze in London. The flames gutted a 27-storey block of flats. eNCA’s UK correspondent Olly Barratt has this update. ​

Wrap of the Week
World 6 June 2017

Nedbank Economist Busisiwe Radebe joins Moneyline to discuss the latest Fitch credit ratings review and other top stories of the past week.

UPDATE| Ariana Grande 'broken' after concert attack
World 23 May 2017

London, 23 May 2017 - Nineteen people have been killed in Manchester, England and 50 others wounded in an explosion at a concert of Ariana Grande.

Maggs on Trump's decision to share classified information with Russia
World 16 May 2017

US 16 May 2017 - A crisis is unfolding at the White House following reports that President Donald Trump revealed classified information to Russian officials.

Cyber attacks wreak global havoc
World 15 May 2017

The fallout from an unprecedented global cyberattack which has hit more than 200,000 victims could worsen Monday as people return to work, European and British policing and security agencies warned.

Seven countries to join forces in fight against cyber attacks​
World 13 May 2017

Johannesburg, 13 May 2017 - Finance chiefs and central bankers from the Group of Seven industrialised countries will join forces to fight attacks like those that struck around the world on Friday. Sthembiso Zulu