DA calls for the resignation of Lennit Max
South Africa 3 July 2018

The DA wants Lennit Max to resign from the party. He has been appointed as special advisor to Police Minister Bheki Cele. For more on this, eNCA speaks to the Western Cape DA Leader, Bonginkosi Madikizela.

Remembering the legacy of Congolese politician Patrice Emery Lumumba
South Africa 3 July 2018

Congolese politician, Patrice Emery Lumumba, would have turned 93-years old today. He’s known for uniting the DRC's ethnic groups and becoming the country’s first democratically elected leader. But, is he relevant in Africa today? eNCA takes a look.

Durban commuters speak out about the fuel price hike
South Africa 3 July 2018

Reporter, Thuba Vilane, has been talking to people at The Workshop in Durban about the Fuel price hike that is kicking in from midnight on Wednesday.

Informal settlements hit hard by severe cold front
Weather 3 July 2018

Johannesburg emergency services are on high alert. People in informal settlements are particularly hard hit. Not only by the cold but the threat of shack fires caused by heaters used to try and stay warm.

Jacob Zuma's son to be charged
South Africa 3 July 2018

Duduzane Zuma will be charged with culpable homicide. This is for a 2014 accident, that resulted in the deaths of two people.

Hearing both sides of the land expropriation debate in Mpumalanga
South Africa 3 July 2018

Public hearings on whether to change the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation continue to attract hundreds of people in Mpumalanga. eNCA's Malungelo Booi has the latest on this story.

iNamba-namba – Part 1
South Africa 3 July 2018

Cash is critical to our economy with R136 billion in circulation at any given moment, from the Reserve Bank to businesses and banks. Cash vans have become moving targets for an increasingly sophisticated breed of criminal and guards say they are sit ducks

iNamba-namba – Part 2
South Africa 3 July 2018

The ready availability of guns and explosives and not much crime intelligence, make cash robberies irresistible and easy to get away with. Sebe Buthelezi and Tshepo Dhlamini spoke to those in the thick of it.

Moneyline: The collapse of Steinhoff: Unpacking issues Governance
South Africa 3 July 2018

The chair of the audit and risk committee has reported former Steinhoff chief executive, Markus Jooste to the South African government’s Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation, the Hawks.

Moneyline: Transfer Pricing – why multinational companies need to pay attention
South Africa 3 July 2018

South Africa has just concluded its first Transfer Pricing court case. Experts say more cases expected to surface as SARS increases efforts to clamp down on aggressive corporate tax structuring. Director at Graphene Economics, Michael Hewson unpacks.