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Western Cape, October 26 - Small-scale farmers in Malmesbury have been ordered to vacate municipal land. The order comes from the Swartland municipality with the backing of residents who say the farms are unhygienic and polluting the area.
October 26 - eNCA speaks to Elijah Kodisang, organiser of the Jozi Book Fair, about the festival which end on Saturday.
Cape Town, October 26 - The City of Cape Town has launched a project to close some of the 270 alleyways in Mitchell's Plain. A product of Apartheid's spacial planning, they have become hotspots for crime.
Johannesburg, October 25 - The case against Richard Mdluli seems to have been put on hold - due to a spat between SAPS lawyer Advocate William Mokhari and Judge John Murphy. A heated exchange took place in the courtroom, leading to Murphy storming out.
October 25 - eNCA speaks to tech analyst Craig Wilson, from Clockwork Media, about how it is possible to spy on people's phone conversations. This after German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, complained hers was being tapped by the US.
Johannesburg, October 26 - Bubble tea, the Taiwanese-born blend of fruit, milk and tapioca pearls, has been popular in south-east Asia for the past 15 years. The beverage is becoming quite the craze in South Africa.
Johannesburg, October 25 - Samantha Lewthwaite, the "White Widow", used a different name, paid cash and provided a false address when she checked into the Genesis Clinic, in Johannesburg, to give birth to her fourth child in 2010.
DRC, October 25 – The smuggling of minerals from the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo into neighbouring states is costing the central African nation millions of US dollars in lost revenue every year.
Congo, October 25 – Fresh clashes have erupted between government forces and M23 rebels in the volatile eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Johannesburg, October 25 – eNCA Chief Meteorologist Derek Van Dam weighs in on his [Weather] predictions for tomorrow's ABSA Currie Cup Finals.