South Africa 16 May 2013

Wesley Mabuza, Chairperson of The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, speaks to eNCA on the investigation into the deaths of more than 20 boys who died in their first six days in initiation school.

South Africa 16 May 2013

A widow who lost everything in the Fidentia scandal speaks to enca.com about how the ruling against J Arthur Brown has affected her.

South Africa 15 May 2013

Trouble is brewing at mining group Anglo American Platinum. It’s refusing to back down on plans to cut 6,000 jobs, despite threats from unions of a mass walk-out.

South Africa 15 May 2013

Former Fidentia boss J. Arthur Brown is a free man. The Western Cape High Court gave him an option during sentencing on Wednesday - pay a R150,000 fine or spend three years behind bars for fraud.

World 15 May 2013

Music lovers are flocking to Julien's Auction in New York to buy a piece of memorabilia owned by their favourite artist.

South Africa 15 May 2013

Exam season at the country’s biggest university has started on a sour note. Thousands of Unisa students can’t write their exams this week because four Finance modules have been leaked. This is the second security breach at the institution in seven month

South Africa 15 May 2013

Mining Analyst Peter Major speaks to eNCA on the striking at Lonmin mines.

Africa 15 May 2013

An NGO in Kenya has found a way to help residents in emergencies.

South Africa 15 May 2013

While talks are underway to end the wildcat strike at Lonmin's Marikana platinum mine, the mine remains closed. Striking workers failed to report for duty for a second day. Lonmin says union leaders have distanced themselves from the wildcat strike.

South Africa 15 May 2013

South African doctor Cyril Karabus’ ordeal in the United Arab Emirates isn’t over just yet. The 78-year-old professor was expected to return home this week. But UAE officials have made an administrative mistake with his clearance documents.