South Africa 7 May 2013

Namibia journalist Ronelle Rademeyer speaks to eNCA on the releasing of the 12 SA pilots who were arrested in Namibia on Saturday.

South Africa 7 May 2013

The National Planning Commission’s Miriam Altman explains how the education system has contributed to the unemployment rate.

South Africa 7 May 2013

It seems rugby, soccer and cricket aren’t the only sports South Africans excel in. Last week 23 archers represented the nation in the World Indoor Archery Competition in South Dakota, USA, and brought back 18 medals - nine of them gold.

South Africa 7 May 2013

The estranged wife of Boeremag member Deon Loots has shot down his testimony in court. Colonel Miranda Loots depicted the former police captain as a jealous man. She dismissed Loots’ claim that he quit the police because of post-traumatic stress.

World 6 May 2013

A bachelorette party in San Francisco has ended in tragedy. Five women have died, after being trapped inside a burning limo. The stretch vehicles are a common choice for special occasions, but questions are now being asked about their safety.

South Africa 6 May 2013

DA leader Helen Zille says President Jacob Zuma should speak out on the Guptagate scandal. Zille says the president is trying to brush the issue under the carpet.

Africa 6 May 2013

Two Senegalese women, Fatou Syllah and Fatou Camara, run a mechanic’s business in Dakar.

South Africa 6 May 2013

President Jacob Zuma admits there are challenges facing the party, ahead of next year’s general election.

South Africa 6 May 2013

undreds of residents in Phoenix, north of Durban, are taking a property developer to court. They claim to have been duped into thinking the homes they have been renting for more than five years would be theirs.

South Africa 6 May 2013

The Gupta family appears nearly as powerful as South Africa’s first family… Strong ties to the president have smoothed their way. But could this soon change, given the events of the past week?