Press Releases

19 July 2017 - John Perlman will host Under The Skin on eNCA
Under The Skin is a new talk show that will premiere on Wednesday 2 August at 9:30PM. John will bring his vast experience in broadcasting to this interview driven show. He will engage significant South Africans from all walks of life to give viewers an insight into what makes people we think we know tick. From prominent politicians to leaders in business, sport and the arts, John will offer viewer...
17 May 2017 - The PolitBureau brings politics into focus on eNCA
Seasoned and senior political reporters, Thulasizwe Simelane and Xoli Mngambi bring their extensive field reporting experience to The PolitBureau studio. The PolitBureau, hosted by Thulasizwe Simelane and Xoli Mngambi, makes its debut on eNCA this Sunday, 21 May at 10:30am. The show promises to go beyond the spin, analyse the policy, and reveal what’s really at stake in the battles betw...
16 March 2017 - NewsNight says farewell to Iman and Jeremy
eNCA senior anchors Iman Rappetti and Jeremy Maggs are stepping back from NewsNight from May. Iman will be leaving the channel after 11 years. “It has been a heady, tough, rewarding, crazy ride,” says Iman. “Thank you for the gifts of professionalism, a platform to shine and unwavering support. The decision to leave is not an easy one but I need to put my family first.”...
16 June 2016 - First eNCA election poll results reveal surprising outcomes
The ANC and DA are running neck-and-neck in the battle for control of the three key cities with just seven weeks to go before the 3 August municipal elections, according to an eNCA election poll released tonight. eNCA (DStv Channel 403), in its role as the country’s leading news channel, revealed the first of seven weekly polls it is conducting in the run-up to the vote. The polls*...
31 March 2016 - Andrew Barnes resigns from eNCA
Senior Anchor Andrew Barnes, who co-hosts Newsday on e.tv and eNCA, is to leave the channel at the end of April. Andrew has resigned to pursue business interests abroad. He has worked at eNCA for 15 years. "It's been an incredible journey here at 'e’,” says Andrew. “ I have been able to realise my childhood dream of anchoring TV news and reporting from plac...
28 August 2015 - e.tv achieves top honors of being voted amongst the best TV Channels in Mzansi
e.tv continues to grow from strength to strength. South Africa's only Free-To-Air commercial television channel was named amongst the best entertainment brands in local television this week.  The channel ranked second in the 2015 Sunday Times Top Brands TV Service  Provider category. The 17th annual Sunday Times Top Brands survey results w...
06 November 2014 - eNCA response to Government Series
As stated earlier this week SABIDO (owner of e.tv and eNCA) has initiated a review of the infrastructure series aired on eNCA and e.tv earlier this year. This formed part of the channels’ reflection on 20 years of democracy.   This series has come under intense scrutiny after the recent departure of CEO Marcel Golding and CCO Bronwyn Keene-Young. “We are reviewing the proce...
29 October 2014 - eNCA to come off SKY in United Kingdom - opts to stream news instead
 eNCA is announcing that as from 6AM on Friday, 31 October 2014 the channel will no longer broadcast in the United Kingdom on the SKY Digital Satellite (channel 517). However viewers will still be able to watch the channel via live streaming on Livestation.com or they can continue to get all the latest news at eNCA.com. The reasons behind the move are part of the company’s move to...
28 August 2014 - eNCA and eNews Prime Time get a distinct New Look
On Monday, 1 September 2014, eNCA (channel 403 on DStv), eNuus (Channel 144 on DStv), Izindaba, eNews Africa, eNews Prime Time and eNCA.com introduces a new visual identity, a more contemporary look to create a visual expression that showcases e.Sat. TV vision as a world class news broadcaster. New Look: eNCA All on air logos, stings and graphics have been updated with fresh designs and arieal u...
17 July 2014 - OpenView HD and the Deputy Minister of Communications bring satellite TV to rural schools in the Eastern Cape
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Dr Nelson Mandela Free-to- air digital satellite television platform, OpenView HD is headed to the Eastern Cape as part of its programme to enhance learning in schools around the country by providing big screen television sets and OpenView HD decoders to schools around the country. Thi...
03 June 2014 - eNCA Weatherman Derek Van Dam to leave SA and return to the US.
It is with great sadness and tremendous gratitude that eNCA announces the departure of weather anchor Derek Van Dam. Van Dam has decided to return to his home country, the United States, where he will be joining CNN International. He joined eNCA in 2008 and helped set up the weather service for the 24-hour news channel on DStv 403. Previously Van Dam worked for NBC in Michigan before being as...
15 April 2014 - 1994 The Bloody Miracle
As South Africa celebrates 20 years of democracy, eNCA presents 1994 The Bloody Miracle, a documentary revealing how the country triumphed against the odds to stage it’s very first democratic election. The film airs on Wednesday, 16 April at 7:30PM on eNCA (DStv channel 403).   What history forgets is that in 1994 South Africa was on the brink of bloody civil war. From the killing of...
28 February 2014 - SPECIAL PISTORIUS COURT COVERAGE ON eNCA
DAILY UPDATES Trial Special Every Night 19h00-20h00pm and 22h00-23h00pm   eNCA will provide comprehensive reporting of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial which gets underway on Monday 3 March. This will include live courtroom coverage and ongoing expert analysis and interpretation. We will begin with an hour long preview show on Sunday 2 March at 6pm. From 6am on Monday 3 March we will be...
14 February 2014 - Against All Odds: Episode 95
This week on Against All Odds The Limpopo Youth Orchestra goes on a tour to Ireland. An inspirational story of rural children, who picked up a musical instrument for the first time a few years ago and are making South Africa proud.  TO ORDER copies of the show call 083 1222 or email info@eNCA.com   Additional materials & listener comments are on our Facebook page  ww...
06 February 2014 - Against All Odds: Episode 94
She was raped and impregnated…Her only crime? Being a lesbian. But Nokuthula Ncube found it in her heart to forgive her attacker, spending her time by giving back, assisting others and helping to fight against hate crimes. Later, a trend-setting traditional healer whose work has been recognised by the United Nations. TO ORDER copies of the show call 083 1222 or email info@eNCA.com &nb...
23 January 2014 - Against All Odds: Episode 93
This week we take a look at two inspiring South Africans who’s display of courage and endurance have helped them achieve great things He struggled to understand why he couldn't keep up with his peers. Thabang Manamela later realised he was gradually losing his eyesight. But Thabang never lost faith; he showed courage as he embraced his disability, making it as one of South Africa's...
17 January 2014 - Against All Odds: Episode 92
A tragic accident left his dreams of becoming a professional rugby player shattered. In 2008 Anthony Kasirivu broke his neck in was meant to be a fun evening of rugby on campus. But it left him fighting for his life. After year in rehab Anthony Kasirivu found his old magic. We bring you his tale of courage, as he completes his honors degree and starts a career in music while in a wheelchair....
10 January 2014 - Against All Odds: Episode 91
He was raised by a factory worker who earned a monthly R80. Later becoming a petrol attendant to further his studies. Today Karendra Devroop is an international artist and music professor whose success benefits desperate South African children. And then, we bring you a YouTube sensation from a rural village. Against All Odds with Mpho Lakaje Fridays at 20h45, on eNCA Follow us on Twitter:...
19 December 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 89
This week we take a look at two inspiring South Africans who continue to make progress in their prospective fields. His family was so poor that they couldn’t afford basics like toothpaste. Sometimes Vuyane Mhlomi didn’t attend school as there wasn’t enough money for a train ticket. But even when defeat seemed inevitable, Vuyane never stopped He went on to achieve his childhood d...
12 December 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 88
As the year draws to a close, we bring you updates on some of the stories that touched you. We go back to Sheri Brynard, she was born with Down Syndrome, a condition that leads to intellectual handicap. The Bloemfontein resident became the first South African with the syndrome, to get a teacher's diploma. And later, stories coming out of Diepsloot township in Johannesburg, left the nation...
29 November 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 86
She started a Saturday class with only 27 learners but now it has developed it into two fully-fledged schools and a college that even touched Nelson Mabdela's heart. But Jackie Gallagher first had to overcome trials and tribulations of her own, including sexual abuse. Later, a rural village boy develops the world's first digital laser. Sandile Ncobo shares his innovative journey. TO OR...
14 November 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 85
She couldn't turn a blind eye when children as young as 9, were used as sex workers. Khanyiseli Motsha came face to face with pimps, saving dozens of youngsters. Today, some of the former prostitutes are building a better future at universities. And later,from a small family garden to supplying multinational companies. Clare Reid shares her growing successes. TO ORDER copies of the show ca...
08 November 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 83
This week we remind you of the incredible story of the Ncholo Family which scooped the Best Television Feature at the 2013 Vodacom journalist of the year awards.  We bring you one of the most profound stories of forgiveness and reconciliation this country has ever seen. In 2003, Tshepo Ncholo was shot and killed in a failed hijacking, shortly after he obtained his honours degree. One of his...
17 October 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 80
He lost his eyesight, at a time when his sporting career was promising. Derek Carter needed to prepare for what seemed like a bleak future. But today a blind Derek is a successful physiotherapist and bowler. Later, Thato wa Magogodi finds a way to document a language that helped bring down apartheid, passing it down to the born free generation. TO ORDER copies of the show call 083 1222 or...
15 October 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 79
Struck by a rare genetic condition that progressively weakens the body, Edward Ndopu’s life changed forever, more seriously leaving his mobility severely affected. Now an international student and powerful voice that lobbies for the rights of disabled people. This week we are in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, to find out what Edward plans to do with his new knowledge when he gets back h...
07 October 2013 - eNCA regrets to announce the departure of Eleni Giokos
eNCA regrets to announce that news anchor Eleni Giokos will be leaving the channel. Giokos was a rising star within the organisation having joined eNCA from CNBC Africa in 2011. However she will soon be joining Bloomberg TV Africa as an anchor working out of Johannesburg. “We’re very sad Eleni is leaving us. She is a very popular member of the team and a true professional” sa...
02 October 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 78
For years the fashion industry has been plagued with criticism for its definition of beauty, portraying petite models as every woman's dream. Well, plus size model and entrepreneur Ouma Tema is set on changing the notion by making beautiful garments and casual attire comfortably fashionable. Not only is she setting trends, she also boasts lists of celebrity clients. Find out how Ouma’s...
27 September 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 77
This week we meet an amazing woman who was shot in the head at close range during a house robbery. Miraculously, Tracy Singo survived and now lives with the bullet in her brain. With such damage, how is it possible for Tracy to lecture and write a book? We bring you one of South Africa’s most amazing stories of medical recovery   TO ORDER copies of the show call 083 1222 or email...
20 September 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 76
This week, we pay tribute to one of South Africa's finest sports stars. Join us as we revisit triple amputee Lucas Sithole as he shares his phenomenal victory as the 2013 US Open winner. Later, Vusi Thembekwayo redefines the art of public speaking.   TO ORDER copies of the show call 083 1222 or email info@eNCA.com ADDITIONAL MATERIALS & LISTENER COMMENTS ARE ON OUR FACEBOOK...
12 September 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 75
A tranquil afternoon turned into horror. Business woman Andy Kawa was abducted in broad day light and gang raped in Port Elizabeth. Now she uses her ordeal, to help put an end to gender violence. And later, after three months of torture, Sibusiso Vilane made history. He was the first black African to reach the highest point on earth. TO ORDER copies of the show call 083 1222 or email info@eNCA.c...
06 September 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 74
Cape Town resident Linda Scott had no idea that her HIV Research for university studies would captivate the hearts of prisoners. Western Cape prison inmates were moved by her interest in their social initiative. This ultimately resulted in a rare collaboration that is changing lives. And later, how did a domestic worker end up with a top job at the Joburg Stock Exchange? TO ORDER copies of the...
05 September 2013 - This week on Africa 360
In March 2013, The UN Security Council voted to boost the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in The Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO) through the creation of a Foreign Intervention Brigade. The Brigade, made up of troops from Malawi, South Africa and Tanzania was given the mandate to “neutralize” and “disarm” the rebel groups in north eastern DRC, su...
29 August 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 73
He is recognized internationally for empowering hundreds of children in Kliptown. But not so too long ago, Thulani Madondo was unemployed and frustrated. We meet the Soweto man who brought new meaning to hundreds of young lives in Kliptown. And later, Appie Pema started his IT business in a family garage. Little did he imagine that his make shift operation would become a multimillion rand IT compa...
08 August 2013 - Marikana massacre - an eNCA special
Premiere on Sunday, 11 August at 7PM on eNCA (DStv Channel 403) Friday, 16 August, marks the anniversary of a grievous unforgettable event in South Africa; the tragic Marikana Mine protest.  eNCA will be airing a compelling documentary premiering on Sunday, 11 August at 7PM. What started as a labour dispute with miners demanding wage increases, led to a series of tragic events at Marikan...
24 July 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 68
Lourens Groenewald was once a racist and a feared policeman. He was at the forefront of the 1976 Soweto uprising. But the violence he was part of, had devastating psychological effects on him. It turned him into an alcoholic. As a result, he ended up being a hobo. Ironically, Lourens was saved from the streets by those he once hated. Now he’s a different man, committed to rebuilding South Af...
18 July 2013 - This week on Against All Odds
How many South African make-up artists get to work with global celebrities? Well, a young woman from Alexandra Township has made it happen. Queen Motlale worked her way to the top. This trailblazer is living her childhood dream as a successful makeup artist to celebrities from all over the world. And then… when George Khosi was brutally attacked his boxing career came to a devastating...
09 July 2013 - This week on Tech Report
It's a big week at Tech Report as we have a great new correspondent joining the Team. eNCA & 5fm's Mabale Moloi has joined the show and her first insert will be this Thursday night. Below is a brief of what's on this week as well as a bio of Mabale.     This week on Tech Report Seth get hands on with the forthcoming iOS7 We welcome Mabale Moloi to the famil...
04 July 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 65
She was rejected and told South Africa wasn’t ready for a model with albinism, but Refilwe Modiselle set her mind to redefining beauty.  After countless attempts to be recognized for her talent, she was given a big break by one of South Africa’s leading clothing brands. Refilwe Modiselle is now a hot topic, being used as the face for many famous brands And then, we take a look a...
28 June 2013 - This week on the Justice Factor
This week the country  has seen top Construction Companies being put in the spotlight . They will pay fines totaling 1.46-billion rand for collusive tendering practices. The Competition Commission  initiated  the complaint  into the collusive conduct in the construction of stadiums for the 2010 Fifa World Cup. But Black Business council is not happy with the  fines . To de...
28 June 2013 - This week on AFRICA 360…
When Barack Obama was elected 44th President of the United States in 2008, there was euphoria and high expectations, particularly here in Africa. Many in Africa expected him to put Africa policy at the top of his foreign policy agenda, because of his African roots and a perception that he had a better understanding of the continent than his predecessors. However, almost five years down the lin...
20 June 2013 - Against All Odds: Episode 63
She made national headlines, South African beauty queen Vanessa Goosen was  caught in Thailand with drugs. When judgment day came, the pregnant model was struck with the harshest sentence, the death penalty. But after a lengthy legal marathon, the South African embassy advised her to plead guilty, a decision that reduced her initial sentence to 35 years behind bars. After serving a leng...
20 June 2013 - This week on Africa 360…
The growing gap between developed and developing countries has dominated international relations for decades. This gap has led to constant capital inflow from the developed countries to those in the Third World, including Africa, with the goal of helping them overcome their chronic under-development problems and reducing the gap between the rich and the poor. However, some observers are of the vie...
13 June 2013 - This week on Against All Odds
Growing up in the cruel world of Apartheid, music was his only escape. Inspired by listening to old vinyl records in his township home, Peter Tladi climbed the ladder of the entertainment industry and emerged as a pioneer in South African Jazz. Later, a retired school teacher introduces a simple method to get children excited about learning. 67 year Maphefo Modise took education matters into...
12 June 2013 - This week on Africa 360…
June is an historic month here in South Africa – with the focus on youth. In 1976, groups of students, some as young as fourteen, gathered in Soweto and in townships across the country, to protest the substandard education system of the Apartheid regime. More specifically, they met to fight for the right to be taught in a language they understood, and not in Afrikaans as the authoritarian g...
07 June 2013 - Justice Factor this week...
For more than a year, attention has been focused on the ongoing saga of the toilets constructed without enclosures in Makhaza, Khayelitsha. Residents in Khayalitsha have been caught between a battle of ownership between the ruling party and its opposition. This week the city got off  to a bad start, when what's been described as ANC Youth League members and a suspend ANC councilor droppe...
04 June 2013 - This week on Tech Report...
Ever wonder what could happen if you took the star-fuelled power of football… and combined it with the magic of technology? Orlando Pirates flex their muscles off the field, with a tech project that’ll warm your heart… We’re introduced to great local site -Ledula which combines the yellow pages… with google… and your favourite social network… Go...
27 May 2013 - eNCA presents a compelling documentary
WORKING IN A WARZONE: The Syrian conflict through South African eyes Monday 27 May - Saturday 1 June on eNCA (Dstv Channel 403) When an opportunity arose to accompany disaster relief group Gift of the Givers on an aid mission to Syria, Yusuf Omar couldn’t let it pass. The 24-year-old reporter dreamed of being a foreign correspondent. This could be his big break. He was well aware of the da...
27 May 2013 - This week on The Justice Factor
In 2001, a law that requires that a Medical Officer be present for any circumcision was passed by government . However, traditional leaders say  it is an  infringement to their community rights. Circumcision is a traditional rite of passage for many boys in South Africa,  but with so many deaths reported , authorities have long campaigned to stop botched initiation ceremonies. Shoul...
20 May 2013 - This week on The Justice Factor
The office of the  Public Protector has been established  to ostensibly strengthen constitutional democracy by investigating and redressing improper and prejudicial conduct, maladministration and abuse of power in state affairs amongst other things  . But last week Public Protector Thuli Madonsela was taken to task by Members of Parliament over some of the cases that she has taken o...
20 May 2013 - AFRICA 360 this week….
It has been fifty years since The Organization of African Unity, otherwise known as the OAU was formed. The main aim of the organization was to promote unity and solidarity among African states, as well as to intensify efforts to emancipate African people, who had long suffered under colonialism. But in 2002 this body was transformed and renamed the African Union, with a renewed mandate aimed at...
20 May 2013 - This Thursday night on Tech Report
It seems to be the season of the Android, with the launch of a number of fantastic android headsets over the past year. We’ve talked about the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One. Now it’s time for the Sony Xperia Z! The bad news is that we’re all going to die. The good news is that there is a new app which promises to calculate when this might occur. Seth takes a look at Igni...
20 May 2013 - This week on Maggs on Media
Following the hysteria around JB’s recent visit to South Africa, Jason Levin of Hdi Youth Marketeers and Sean Brokensha, The Music Guru unpack the values of Brand Bieber – the first solo artist to have four TOP 40 singles before even releasing and album! Pierre Odendaal, Chief Creative Officer at McCann Joburg tells us about Portfolio Night. This unique event, which takes place on 2nd...
07 May 2013 - 3rd Degree’s ‘final’ broadcast and Debora Patta to leave the channels.
  Free-to-air channel e.tv and its sister company eNCA have announced that 3rd Degree with Debora Patta will air for the last time on Tuesday 14th May 2013.   The channels have confirmed that the show’s executive producer and anchor, Debora Patta, will be leaving to pursue other interests as a freelancer for international news companies.   She tendered her resignation whi...
06 May 2013 - This week on Maggs on Media
  The M&G Health Journalism Centre finally has a name. It's Bhekisisa, which is appropriate on several fronts. Zulu patients who want to be thoroughly examined by a physician will often ask the doctor to bhekisisa them. The word means "to look at closely" or "to scrutinise". We speak to Mia Malan and Tanya Pamplone about how, based in the middle of a vibrant, infl...
06 May 2013 - On Against All Odds this week
Khayelihle Gumbi battled with alcohol for more than a decade. First he lost his job, and then his house, eventually ending up as a hobo. When he was eventually saved from self destruction, Khayelihle started a rehabilitation center in rural KwaZulu Natal.  Using his own experiences, the activist against drug and alcohol abuse, has found a winning-recipe to help stop the scourge. And then, wh...
08 April 2013 - State of the Nation Address on e.tv and eNCA
Join eNCA and e.tv this Thursday, 14 February for live coverage of the opening of parliament and the President's State of the Nation Address. President Jacob Zuma will set the agenda for the coming year. There will also be reaction, analysis and all the plumage and pageantry you've come to expect from this annual event. eNCA has scheduled a build-up to the State Of  the Nation A...
08 April 2013 - eNCA announces premiere of new show, Outside Eye
As a dynamic country characterised by a series of controversial political, economic and social events, South Africa has always captured the world’s attention. The country’s international image is always under international scrutiny. After years of isolation, our first ever democratic elections confirmed our membership among the countries of the free world. The 2010 FIFA World Cup,...
08 April 2013 - Africa 360: The 20th African Union Summit takes major decisions
The 20th African Union Summit  was held in Addis Ababa,  Ethiopia almost two weeks ago. The two- day gathering which coincided with the organization’s 50th  anniversary, was held under the theme of  “Pan Africanism and African Renaissance”. Besides the conflict in Mali,  African leaders also discussed ways to boost Africa’s economic development call...
08 April 2013 - eNCA announces the premiere of Movers and Shakers
In a country as rich and diverse as South Africa, there a many great men and women to admire. They are the brilliant thinkers of our time, they are captains of industry. They are heroes and heroines from our sports fields, the visionary entrepreneurs, the inspirational speakers and creative champions we would like to emulate. Movers & Shakers offers viewers the opportunity to get inside their...
08 April 2013 - Africa’s commitment to help resolve Mali’s conflict
The African Union and West Africa’s regional bloc, ECOWAS, have been heavily criticised for what has been described as a lackluster response to the crisis in Mali. Now, African leaders have made several commitments to address the situation following the recent 20th African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Some of these commitments include financial contributions to the African-led Inte...
08 April 2013 - Coverage plans for the ANC national elective conference
It’s 100 years old and the African National Congress is about to begin its most crucial National Conference yet. Mangaung 2012 will see either President Jacob Zuma or Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe lead the ANC for the next five years. Struggle icon Cyril Ramaphosa could finally get his chance and become the new Deputy President of the party. Whoever wins, whoever loses, eNCA will be the...
08 April 2013 - eNCA extends global reach
eNCA has extended its global reach even further just three months after launching its service to 10.5million households, in the UK and Ireland. Viewers outside of South Africa can now watch eNCA streamed live via Livestation. Livestation is a London based company which streams news services from around the world, including Al Jazeera, BBC, CNN and Bloomberg. Anyone outside of South Africa can simp...
08 April 2013 - Lance Witten will resume on air duties
eNews sport anchor, Lance Witten, will resume his on air duties from Thursday 22nd November. Witten was suspended after posting inappropriate tweets about the death of a young woman at a recent Linkin Park concert in Cape Town. News management suspended Witten the following morning. In the interim a disciplinary inquiry was held. It was chaired by a senior manager from e.tv who is not involved in...
08 April 2013 - Sports Anchor Suspended
eNews has suspended sports anchor Lance Witten over Tweets relating to the Linkin Park concert tragedy last night, Wednesday 7th November. Witten’s comments do not reflect the views or values of our company. Our hearts go out to the family and friends of the young woman who lost her life, and all those who were injured in this terrible accident. An internal inquiry into Mr Witten’s com...
08 April 2013 - Sky News’ Lukwesa Burak moves to eNCA Africa edition
Sky News anchor Lukwesa Burak has joined eNCA – Africa Edition and joins co-host Chris Maroleng to present the daily news programme at 8PM. Africa Edition delivers extensive coverage of Africa’s breaking stories with expert analysis and insight from prominent newsmakers, heads of state, and prolific figures. From in-depth analysis of the African economies to the latest sports stor...
08 April 2013 - eNCA Weather hosts Atmospheric Summit
eNCA is at the forefront of Atmospheric science at the  SASAS (South African Society for Atmospheric Sciences) annual conference,  which will be held in Cape Town from 26 to 27 September  2012. The conference is taking place at the V & A Waterfront’s Breakwater Lodge . Hosted by eNCA, the conference theme is “Bridging the Gap; When Science Meets Broadcasting&rdqu...
08 April 2013 - Gola and the gang are back for Season 5 of Late Nite News
  Since its inception in September 2010, Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola has propelled South African satire to the forefront of entertainment, engaging viewers in humorous and honest public debate on all current affairs matters. The highly successful series is now in its fifth season and promises the return of no-holds bars reporting, unconventional comic observations and more in-depth and...
08 April 2013 - eNews reveals name change ahead of its launch in the UK
South Africa’s first independent 24-hour television news service has unveiled its new name and logo. From 7pm on Sunday August 19th the eNews Channel will become known as eNews Channel Africa or eNCA (pronounced E.N.C.A). The new look service will also feature a redesign of its logo to incorporate the African continent into its brand identity. The brand change coincides with the channe...
08 April 2013 - eNews to launch in the UK
South Africa’s first independent 24 hour news service, the eNews Channel, can now confirm it will launch on the SKY digital satellite platform in the United Kingdom. The official launch date is still to be confirmed, but is expected to take place within a few weeks. Group Head of News, Patrick Conroy, says “This will give us access to over 10 million homes in the UK. What is really sig...
08 April 2013 - eNCA scoops exclusive interview with China's new leader, President Xi Jinping
Ahead of the BRICS summit in Durban, new Chinese  President Xi Jinping has chosen to give his first foreign media interview to eNCA. In a world-exclusive, eNCA Asia Bureau Chief John Bailey got to speak to the secretive and private newly-appointed head of China. China may be the world’s second-largest economy but President Xi is facing questions at home about whether his country can su...
26 November 2012 - eNCA extends global reach
eNCA has extended its global reach even further just three months after launching its service to 10.5million households, in the UK and Ireland. Viewers outside of South Africa can now watch eNCA streamed live via Livestation. Livestation is a London based company which streams news services from around the world, including Al Jazeera, BBC, CNN and Bloomberg. Anyone outside of South Africa can si...