Sport 31 October 2013

Johannesburg, October 31 – Sports Headlines: Sharks parade the ABSA Currie Cup trophy in Durban whilst SA youth Tyron Mondi is to attend Bolton Wanderers International Academy.

Africa 31 October 2013

Somalia, October 31 – Diplomats say the United Nations Security Council is likely to boost the African Union force battling Somalia militia group Al-Shabaab. Britain is working on a plan to increase the number of troops by 4,000.

South Africa 31 October 2013

A Cape Town professor has been lauded for his groundbreaking research in the study of asthma and lung-related illnesses. Professor Eric Bateman has been credited with revolutionising the way in which pulmonary diseases are monitored and treated.

South Africa 31 October 2013

Johannesburg, October 31 – Government says the number of civil servants doing business with the state is worrying. And to show just how rife the problem is, an anti-corruption unit has been set up by the Public Service and Administration Department.

South Africa 31 October 2013

Johannesburg, October 31 – Halloween may be growing in popularity in South Africa. But it's more than just about trick or treating, and dressing up. Christian and Pagan groups alike acknowledge that traditionally, it was a day to honour the dead.

South Africa 31 October 2013

Johannesburg, October 31 – How does the media play gatekeeper when the public now control publishing content, particularly online?

South Africa 31 October 2013

The DA has once again accused the ANC of instigating the protests in a bid to render the province un-governable. eNCA anchor Mabale Moloi asked the ruling party’s Songezo Mjongile what he thought of the accusations.

World 31 October 2013

Numerous studies have proven how important sunlight is to our physical and emotional wellbeing. So what to do if you live in a place that doesn't get any for six months of the year? Use the old mirror trick, of course.

South Africa 31 October 2013

Johannesburg, October 30 - Jack Sekalo is a top achiever at school and wants to be a chartered accountant. Economists say school-leavers must get skilled if they want to be absorbed into the job market.

South Africa 31 October 2013

October 31 - Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says the country is unlikely to reach its Millennium Development Goal to dramatically reduce the maternal mortality rate by 2015. The health department is planning on launching a family planning campaign.