DEBT: Miners say there are in debt and dependent on micro lenders
South Africa 24 January 2014

Miners in the platinum sector downed tools yesterday. They are demanding R12,500 a month, saying they never received the increases promised to them in 2012.

BALFOUR: Community mourns death of grade one pupil
South Africa 24 January 2014

The Balfour community in Mpumalanga is mourning the death of a grade one pupil involved in a car accident earlier this week

Heated debate between ANC and DA on eNCA
South Africa 23 January 2014

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

Ebrahim’s plea could find favour in Korkie appeal
South Africa 23 January 2014

Johannesburg – Deputy International Relations Minister Ebrahim Ebrahim's plea to spare South African Pierre Korkie could find favour with the kidnappers because Korkie's capture was a case of mistaken identity.

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.