South Africa 21 May 2013

It could have been a garage sale that made history: the private possessions of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on offer to the public, direct from her Soweto mansion. But the big sale proved to be a big flop.

South Africa 21 May 2013

A Methodist minister, fired from her church for marrying her same-sex partner, has taken her fight to be reinstated to court. Ecclesia de Lange says her basic human rights are being trampled on.

South Africa 21 May 2013

Barack Obama will visit South Africa for the first time as US president next month.
His trip is part of a three-nation tour aimed at bolstering relations with sub-Saharan Africa.
eNCA asked South Africans what they thought about the statesman’s visit.

South Africa 21 May 2013

Carl Pistorius says he's considering suing the National Prosecuting Authority. After the culpable homicide case against him was dropped and he was acquitted of reckless and inconsiderate drivin

World 21 May 2013

America's the birthplace of modern competitive eating. And we're used to it being a rather messy business- with participants spattering their clothes in apparent gluttony. But at an annual speed eating event in the UK, there's no junk food in sight.

South Africa 21 May 2013

The South African Institute of Race Relations' Lucy Holborn speaks to eNCA on the controversial report, “Is there a future for white people in South Africa” written by a BBC journalist.

South Africa 21 May 2013

The Western Cape High Court has put the brakes on planned toll roads in the province. The court has granted the City of Cape Town an interdict halting construction, but only until a review takes place.

South Africa 20 May 2013

A Springs police captain already accused of murdering his ex-fiancée is now being accused of intimidation. Collen Matekola has allegedly threatened several potential witnesses.

South Africa 20 May 2013

Beneficiaries of trusts connected to the now defunct Fidentia investment company, are in a battle to get their money back. Two investor groups want the curators to be replaced because they have not received payouts in years.

South Africa 20 May 2013

Condolences continue to pour in for veteran broadcaster Vuyo Mbuli. He died on Saturday night at the age of 46, after collapsing during a rugby match in Bloemfontein. His death has been described as a massive loss to the media industry.