Government hopeful about Korkie appeal
South Africa 23 January 2014

Johannesburg – eNCA speaks to Deputy International Relations Minister Ebrahim Ebrahim on his talks with Yemeni authorities.

Western Cape community take on health challenge
South Africa 23 January 2014

Western Cape – A small town in the Western Cape is taking on a 21-day challenge to get their hearts in shape.

Eskom litigant’s prayers go unanswered for now
South Africa 23 January 2014

Johannesburg – A man who says his prayers prevented load shedding during the 2010 Soccer World Cup is suing Eskom for R250-million.

Schwarzenegger surprises gym-goers
World 23 January 2014

California – A group of gym enthusiasts in California got more than they bargained for when they were pranked by former California governor and action film star Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Mother-in-law for sale
South Africa 23 January 2014

Johannesburg – Does your mother in-law drive you crazy? Well, one mother-in-law, apparently from hell, is about to be sold through an online classified advert.

Malawian government stands by Banda
Africa 23 January 2014

Malawi – The Malawian government says it will not disclose details pertaining to the cost of President Joyce Banda’s use of a private jet.

DA hopes to win votes by marching
South Africa 23 January 2014

Johannesburg – A row is brewing between the ANC and the Democratic Alliance over a planned march. The DA hopes to win votes by marching to the ruling party’s headquarters on the 4th of February.

Government explores other possibilities with Korkie release
South Africa 23 January 2014

Johannesburg – eNCA speaks to Gift of the Givers director Imtiaz Sooliman on the situation in Yemen, where Pierre Korkie is being held hostage by Al-Qaeda.

Woman raped over alleged affair
World 23 January 2014

India – Police in India have arrested 13 men in connection with the gang rape of a woman in her twenties. The incident took place on the alleged orders of a kangaroo court over her affair with a man from a different community.

Egyptians call for 18 days of protests
Africa 23 January 2014

gypt – Demonstrators in Egypt have been calling for 18 days of protests across the country. That's to mark the third anniversary of the January 25th uprising that led to the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak.