Launched in 2013, South Africa's first free-to-air satellite platform has shown progressive growth and now sees the platform activating over 35,000 households per month.
eNCA's Lungile Tom passed away in hospital on Wednesday, May 13.
South Africans are going hungry. We need to put food on the tables of those that are vulnerable. Be part of the solution.
eNCA roundly rejects assertions by EFF leader Julius Malema that the channel manipulates stories in order to portray him as a gangster.
Says eNCA’s Editor Jeremy Maggs: “Ben was one of the country’s best television journalists and his loss to the station is immense.
From Monday 29 July, eNCA will provide you with an exciting new line up.
Their last day at eNCA will be on Friday, 29 March and replacement anchors will be announced in due course.
eNCA’s Editor-in-Chief Mapi Mhlangu is leaving the station after eight years. The decision is by mutual agreement and takes place with immediate effect.
eNCA would like to put on record our deep concern at being barred from an event of national importance by a government minister.