Pit toilet school death claims life of a 5-year old
South Africa 21 March 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 21 March 2018 – The South African Human Rights Commission wants answers from the Basic Education Department over the death of Lumko Mkhethwa. The 5-year-old fell into a pit latrine at a primary school in Bizana, in the Eastern Cape.

Life Esidimeni families not entirely satisfied with hearing decision
South Africa 20 March 2018

Christine Khumalo from the Life Esidimeni Family Committee was in studio with eNCA's Joanne Jospeh on Tuesday. She spoke about the plans that affected families have to move forward with criminal proceedings.

Free higher education will drastically improve student performance, says Mabuza
South Africa 20 March 2018

Deputy President, David Mabuza, says free higher education will drastically improve student performance. The plan will be introduced over the next three years.

#Africa : Analyst, Sipho Mantula on developments in Kenya
South Africa 20 March 2018

In the second segment we look at the elections scheduled for December in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We close it off with a circus in Ethiopia.

David Mabuza's defends Mduduzi Manana's presence in Parliament
South Africa 20 March 2018

Deputy President David Mabuza's defended Mduduzi Manana's presence in Parliament. The former deputy higher education minister was convicted of assaulting a woman.

Zille slams Malema over racial comments
South Africa 20 March 2018

Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille is slamming EFF Leader, Julius Malema's stance on racism, which took place on Twitter on Monday.

EFF's Floyd Shivambu manhandles journalist
South Africa 20 March 2018

EFF Deputy President, Floyd Shivambu has been caught on camera manhandling a journalist outside Parliament on Tuesday morning.

Michael Marillier gives us some background on Tom Moyane
South Africa 20 March 2018

JOHANNESBURG 20 March 2018 - Suspended SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane may be under fire, but he's faced a series of allegations stretching back several years. eNCA's Michael Marillier ​gets some background.

Checkpoint : Killer Lights Part 2 of 3
South Africa 20 March 2018

Help is often slow in cases where people are electrocuted in informal settlements. Residents are afraid to call authorities because they know connections are illegal and because touching an electrocuted person is dangerous

Checkpoint : Killer Lights Part 3 of 3
South Africa 20 March 2018

While authorities do act against illegal connectors, they are soon replaced by others. We speak to a “ma connector”, who hooks people up to illegal power in Mamelodi