Johannesburg – Long-time friend and former fellow prison inmate Ahmed Kathrada says Nelson Mandela’s release was a sign of hope for a new dawn in South Africa.
Tongaat - The KwaZulu-Natal Labour department is heading up the inquiry into the November tragedy in which two people were killed.
Wedela, Gauteng - The DA issued a statement, claiming a blue light convoy transporting the ANC deputy president had knocked over a man on a bicycle.
An excerpt from a BBC documentary showing a rhino horn trader explaining to an undercover journalist, how to mix crushed rhino horn into a medicinal potion.
JOHANNESBURG - Duduzane Zuma is refusing to comment on an accident that left one person dead and two seriously injured. The President’s son was reportedly involved in the accident.
PRETORIA - Julius Malema’s political ambitions may have come to a grinding halt. The EFF leader has been declared insolvent, but the receiver of revenue says it's all about unpaid taxes.
Johannesburg – Julius Malema has been provisionally sequestrated and therefore cannot become a member of parliament. eNCA’s Iman Rappetti speaks with attorney Ian Levitt about what it means to be provisionally sequestrated.
Johannesburg - The fallout from Cosatu’s decision to discipline Zwelinzima Vavi is threatening to render the federation dysfunctional. Four of Ceppwawu's seven regions have broken ranks and spoken out against Vavi’s suspension.
Johannesburg - The man accused of gunning down strip club owner Lolly Jackson has been formally charged with his murder. George Louca is also accused of being involved in organised crime linked to Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir.
Johannesburg – There were over 12 000 music lovers at the Kendrick Lamar show at the Johannesburg Stadium on Saturday. It brought together Hip Hop and Kwaito fans, evidence that we are a people who can unite and live as ‘the rainbow nation.’