eNCA chats to Danny K
South Africa 17 January 2014

Johannesburg – eNCA speaks to South African musician Danny K on 20 years of democracy and the challenges the nation is facing when it comes to arts and culture.

Heatwave expected to continue until Sunday
South Africa 17 January 2014

Johannesburg – eNCA speaks to Johannesburg's Emergency Management Services spokesman Synoch Matobako on the city’s plans ahead of the heatwave.

Taps run dry in Motholung
South Africa 17 January 2014

Johannesburg – The Human Rights Commission is now investigating violence and the lack of service delivery in Mothotlung. Taps ran completely dry last week following months of sporadic water supply. Angry protesters took to the streets on Sunday.

SA authorities keeping mum on Karegeya’s death
South Africa 17 January 2014

Johannesburg – South African authorities are staying quiet about the murder of a high-ranking Rwandan dissident. Patrick Karegeya was found dead in his Johannesburg hotel room on January 1.

Criminals cheating e-tolls with cloned number plates
South Africa 17 January 2014

Durban – Cloned number plates are helping some criminals escape Gauteng's e-toll fees. A Durban man was slapped with an e-toll bill this week. But his car hasn't left KwaZulu-Natal in five years.

“I want you young fighters to stay focused” – Floyd Mayweather
South Africa 17 January 2014

Cape Town – Boxing great Floyd Mayweather visited Soweto on Thursday. The world champion attended a clinic and unveiled a plaque at the renamed Baby Jake Matlala Boxing Academy.

Mastering the art of networking – an uneasy task
South Africa 17 January 2014

Switzerland – More than 2,000 delegates are in the Swiss town of Davos for the World Economic Forum. Many of them are there to network. It may sound simple enough, but networking actually requires plenty of skill.

Bad day at the office – President Jacob Zuma stumbles over his words
South Africa 17 January 2014

Johannesburg – Watch the video President Jacob Zuma that has gone viral. Zuma was having a little difficulty with the recital of his fiscal figures.

Zuma unveils new state-of-the-art school
South Africa 17 January 2014

Eastern Cape – President Jacob Zuma has opened a brand new state-of-the-art school in the Eastern Cape. The school is one of 100 that are being built by government to replace crumbling mud structures.

Concern over water quality in Mothotlung
South Africa 17 January 2014

Brits – Water has been restored to some parts of Mothotlung. But there are concerns about the quality of the water and how long the supply will last.