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Demolition of Sandy Hook Elementary begins USA, October 27 – In the US, officials have begun the demolition of Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School. 20 young children and six adults were shot dead at the school last December.
Johannesburg, October 27 – Sports Headlines: Sharks beat Western Province to become 2013 Absa Currie Cup Champions whilst Soweto derby between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs ends in a draw.
October 27 - More than five hundred pupils from six schools in the Bekkersdal area have been bussed to a secure location to write their exams. The Gauteng provincial department of education's spokesperson Gershwin Chuenyane spoke to eNCA.
Johannesburg, October 27 - Thousands of illegal taverns operate across South Africa. Many owners are trying to convert into legal entities, but it remains a cumbersome process.
The streets of Cape Town came alive this weekend, with hordes of the undead. As Halloween approaches, the fourth annual Zombie Walk saw hundreds of flesh-eaters lurk and screech through the Mother City.
Soweto, October 27 - Soweto's profile has changed since apartheid. It's now become a sought after area for events, and the expanded lifestyle choices have seen more people drawn to reside there and commute to work in the city.
October 27 - eNCA's OG Molefe plans to complete the Momentum 94.7 cycle challenge for the first time. He tries to find the perfect bicycle to fit his body.
KwaZulu-Natal, October 27 - The Midlands Meander in KwaZulu-Natal is home to the Nottingham Road Brewing Company, which has been around since the 1990's. With the increased demand for distinctive beers, the company is doing better than ever.
eNCA's Karyn Maughan filed this special report from Nkandla, in KwaZulu-Natal. She spoke to residents who say they are hurt by the overspending on the President's private homestead while they survive with minimal services.
Soweto, October 27 - A new tourist attraction for Soweto, the country's largest township, is the Bay of Grace Bird Watching tour. Started by local Raymond Rampolokeng, it takes people through different areas of the township to appreciate the environment.