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July 20 – AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo says he did not insult President Jacob Zuma. The controversial king, who has found a new political home in the Democratic Alliance, insists he will not be dethroned.
Cape Town, July 20 – At Cape Town Station, a group of volunteers used song and dance to show their love for Nelson Mandela, while at the same time, raising awareness for the plight of vulnerable women and children.
July 20 – Gauteng Economic Development MEC Nkosiphendule Kolisile has died in a car accident. Two of his bodyguards were also killed in the crash. eNCA interviewed Kolisile a few months ago.
July 19 – eNCA speaks to Senior Partner at Ngcebetsha Madlanga Attorneys, John Ngcebetsha, on the case of George Zimmerman, a volunteer night watchman who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager.
July 19 – eNCA speaks to International Relations Expert, Brooks Spector, on the acquittal of George Zimmerman.
USA, July 19 – The US city of Detroit has filed the largest ever municipal bankruptcy in the country’s history.
USA, July 19 – Fishing can be a frustrating sport. One fed-up beach angler has found it's sometimes better just to use your hands.
July 19 – The United Nations held a special sitting to mark Mandela Day. World leaders were joined by Madiba's comrade, Andrew Mlangeni, to pay tribute to the ailing statesman on his 95th birthday.
Pietermaritzburg, July 19 – The KwaZulu-Natal man who claims to be a resurrected musician who died three years ago, probably didn't anticipate that his new-found notoriety would lead to another charge being laid against him.
Kenya, July 19 – Nairobi too marked International Mandela Day. The South African High Commission donated a library to a needy school. It was an especially significant day.