Shaolin monks share kung fu in Africa
Africa 17 February 2014

Dakar, Senegal - The gravity-defying warrior monks of the Shaolin Temple have landed in Africa. China’s famous kung fu experts are performing and teaching children about the ancient art.

Germany to bolster military co-ops with France
Africa 17 February 2014

Bangui, Central African Republic - Germany says it wants to bolster military co-operation with France, particularly in Africa. This comes as Paris concedes the operation in the Central African Republic could take longer than expected.

Piglet takes to the waves
Life 17 February 2014

Hawaii Kai, Oahu, United States - Catching some waves in Hawaii is a must for visitors. But seeing a piglet in the surf is definitely more of a rare sight.

One on one with Jacob Zuma – Part 3
South Africa 16 February 2014

Cape Town – In an exclusive interview with eNCA’s Dan Moyane about his presidency, President Zuma says he does not intend giving up on the presidency just yet. (See part 1 and 2 for more).

One on one with Jacob Zuma – Part 2
South Africa 16 February 2014

Cape Town – In an exclusive interview with eNCA’s Dan Moyane about his presidency, President Zuma says he does not intend giving up on the presidency just yet. (See part 1 and 3 for more).

One on one with Jacob Zuma – Part 1
South Africa 16 February 2014

Cape Town – In an exclusive interview with eNCA’s Dan Moyane about his presidency, President Zuma says he does not intend giving up on the presidency just yet. (See part 2 and 3 for more).

Seventy-four-year-old Soweto woman disappears with two infants
South Africa 16 February 2014

White City, Soweto - Police are looking for an elderly woman, accused of kidnapping a five-month-old baby as well as her own one-year-old granddaughter. Baby Rorisang Dinto was last seen with family friend and neighbour, Hilda Mokoena, on Thursday.

Transnet pensioners fear destitution
South Africa 16 February 2014

Pretoria - Transnet is planning to spend R300-billion over the next few years on improving the country's railway system, but its former employees who are now pensioners, are struggling to survive.

Benoni miners begin to resurface
South Africa 16 February 2014

Benoni, Gauteng – Two more miners have been rescued from an abandoned mine shaft in Benoni. Emergency operations are said to probably continue into the late hours of Sunday night.

Zuma’s candid interview about his presidency
South Africa 16 February 2014

Cape Town - In an exclusive interview with eNCA’s Dan Moyane about his presidency, President Zuma says although the past five years have been tough for him and his family, he does not intend giving up on the presidency just yet.