South Africa 9 May 2013

Hundreds of people are expected to picket outside the Constitutional Court on Thursday as a landmark case on who has the final say over what happens in schools, is heard.

South Africa 8 May 2013

General Electric CEO for Africa, Jay Island, speaks to Eleni Giokos at the World Economic Forum in Cape Town.

South Africa 8 May 2013

Thembisa Nikelo was three years old when her feet were amputated at the Far East-Rand hospital in Gauteng in 2009. The High Court in Pretoria has now awarded Nikelo R2.8 million in damages.

South Africa 8 May 2013

A new report says teachers aren't well-equipped to teach. According to the National Education, Evaluation and Development Unit report, many teachers are incapable of teaching basic literacy and maths skills.

South Africa 8 May 2013

The ANC says the so-called Guptagate has not divided the party. This comes in the wake of the Gupta family having landed a private jet at the Waterkloof Air Force base - a National Key Point.

Africa 8 May 2013

Sub-Saharan Africa is the toughest place to be a mother. This is according to the latest Save the Children’s State of the World’s Mothers report. The annual report lists 10 African countries at the bottom of the list.

South Africa 8 May 2013

The spat between the KwaDukuza taxi association and the transport department is hitting commuters hard. Taxis operations in the area have been suspended for the past few weeks after traffic officials cracked down on vehicles without permits.

South Africa 7 May 2013

PIlot Ron Weissenberg speaks to eNCA on approaching the Namibia high court in a bid to have the plane released.

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.