FUNDS: Sebokeng youth given chance of a lifetime
South Africa 26 January 2014

Despite the many setbacks of attending an underfunded and impoverished school, some Sebokeng students passed matric with flying colours. Now they have have been given the chance of a lifetime.

TOLLS: E-Tolling system plagued by billing problems
South Africa 26 January 2014

The contentious e-toll system, which was implemented last December despite major resistance from opposition parties, the public and civil society groups, is plagued by billing problems.

JACQUES: Prime Evil’ eligible for parole
South Africa 26 January 2014

Investigative journalist Jacques Pauw says Eugene de Kock is eligible for parole and he is likely to be released from prison in the next few months.

MEREBANK: Brutally murdered girl’s family accuse officers of covering
South Africa 25 January 2014

Her loved ones have accused officers at the local Wentworth police station of covering up evidence and protecting those responsible.

MANDELAFASHION: Mandela’s sense of style makes impression on fashion w
World 25 January 2014

Nelson Mandela’s sense of style caught the eye of people around the globe. eNCA Correspondent William Denselow reports from New York.

SKIER: SASCOC shatters SA black skier’s chance at Winter Olympics
South Africa 25 January 2014

South Africa’s only black skier has been denied the chance to participate at the Winter Olympics.

HOSTAGE: Little-known police unit quietly saving lives of distressed p
South Africa 25 January 2014

A little-known police unit is quietly going about its business of saving the lives of scores of people in distress.

RIGHTSFREE: Making sport headlines on January 25
Sport 25 January 2014

The Sharks begin the 2014 rugby season by taking on Saracens in a pre-season friendly in London. Jake white is hoping the game will help give him a clearer idea of his super rugby starting 22.

STABBING: Secondary school pupils resort to carrying weapons
South Africa 25 January 2014

After a grade eleven pupil was stabbed just outside his school's gates, Hillview Secondary School pupils say they've resorted to carrying weapons.

DAYTWO: Mineworkers kicked out of work
South Africa 25 January 2014

It seems Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union members are not heeding the call by their leader to refrain from violence.