DURBAN 19 July 2018 - The Hawks have confirmed yet another explosive device has been found in Durban. The device has been successfully defused. eNCA's Dasen Thathiah has the latest.
DURBAN 19 July 2018 - The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal insisted its provincial conference will go ahead as planned. Disgruntled members have again approached the High Court in Pietermaritzburg to stop the conference.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says state-owned enterprises must be stabilised in order to avoid further bailouts. Gordhan has also urged Eskom to reach an agreement with disgruntled workers.
Cape Town sports stars have contributed to their communities as the nation celebrates Nelson Mandela’s centenary. Habitat for Humanity in association with the Nelson Mandela Foundation aim to build 100 homes around the country, all in the name of Madiba.
Tax advisers at law firm ENSafrica have landed the firm, Tullow Oil and businessman Christo Wiese in an alleged multibillion-rand “tax evasion” scheme. AmaBhungane journalist Craig McKune explains this further.
The Clinch's pro-picks gave it their best shot when they broke down the cataclysmic clash that is Martin 'The Punisher' Van Staden (26-10) versus Dave 'The Pain Train' Mazany (16-6).
Professional teams often complain of a lack of financial aid, but not the Tuks Womens 7’s team. The strength of women’s rugby worldwide lies in Europe and New Zealand. eNCA's Shahied Joseph has the story.
Police Minister, Bheki Cele, is addressing the problem of gangsterism and crime in Cape Town.
IN THIS BULLETIN: An ANC employee has been arrested in Soweto in connection with a cash-in-transit heist. It comes as the country has seen a spike in the crime since the start of the year.
JOHANNESBURG 18 July 2018 – On Wednesday the world celebrated Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela’s centenary. Former Public Protector Professor Thuli Madonsela and Nelson Mandela Foundation Board Member Tokyo Sexwale reflect on Madiba's life.