LIVE STREAM : Commemoration of the Battle of Isandlwana
South Africa 21 January 2017

KWA ZULU NATAL, 21 January 2017 - Thousands of people gathered at Nquthu Battlefields for the Commemoration of the Battle of Isandlwana.

Commemoration of the Battle of Isandlwana
South Africa 21 January 2017

KWA ZULU NATAL, 21 January 2017 - Thousands of people gathered on Saturday at Nquthu for the commemoration of the Battle of Isandlwana. The battle, which took place on January 22, 1879 represents the most glorious moment in Zulu military history​.

Outrage over caged woman
South Africa 21 January 2017

JOHANNESBURG, 21 January 2017 - A disturbing photograph of a woman being transported in a sheep cage at the back of a bakkie has prompted outrage. eNCA has visited Cradock, in the Eastern Cape, where the woman lives.

Mining fatalities decline
South Africa 20 January 2017

JOHANNESBURG, 19 January 2017 - Authorities are reporting a decline in the number of fatalities on the country's mines. But labour unions are disputing this, saying the industry's still troubled by safety issues.

eNews Direct 19 January 2017
South Africa 20 January 2017

IN THIS BULLETIN: Man on the run after allged stabbing.

SA leaders' views on what is meant by leadership
South Africa 20 January 2017

This year's theme at Davos was "Responsive and responsible leadership". Moneyline asked leaders across South Africa what this means to them.

Need to Know: What is a debt-based investment?
South Africa 20 January 2017

Gyongi King from Investment Solutions responds.

Brics still relevant to solving global challenges
South Africa 20 January 2017

Prof Garth Le Pere; Economic and Political Analyst, speaks to Moneyline about how the BRICS group can strenghthen their political voice through platforms such as the World Economic Forum.

DAVOS: In conversation with Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa
South Africa 20 January 2017

The Deputy President speaks to Moneyline's Siki Mgabadeli about how South Africa's message of goodwill and economic development has been received in Davos.

Drop in mining fatalities, but safety still major concern
South Africa 20 January 2017

The Mineral Resources Department reports that 73 people died on the country's mines in 2016. This is down from the 77 deaths recorded the previous year. However, labour unions say more can be done about safety issues in the mines.