Another cash-in-transit heist hits Cape Town
South Africa 18 June 2018

Another cash-in-transit heist took place on the Jakes Gerwel Drive, Cape Town on Monday morning. It is unclear how much money was stolen from the heist but police are at the scene for investigations. eNCA's Athi Mtongana has more.

Under the skin : In conversation with Kagiso Rabada Part 3 of 3
South Africa 18 June 2018

Kagiso Rabada is talking about the first black captain for the Springboks, Siya Kolisi

Under the skin : In conversation with Kagiso Rabada Part 2 of 3
South Africa 18 June 2018

He's love for cricket started at a younger age

Under the skin : In conversation with Kagiso Rabada Part 1 of 3
South Africa 18 June 2018

Success is a lousy teacher - Rabada

Motorists urged to be cautious in Meyerton due to protest action
South Africa 18 June 2018

Residents in the Meyerton area have been protesting along the R59 since Monday morning. According to police, the residents are protesting over poor service delivery in the area.

Three former SARS executives appear in court over corruption charges
South Africa 18 June 2018

The case involving Ivan Pillay, Johann van Loggerenberg and Andries Janse van Rensburg continues today in the Pretoria Regional Court. They face corruption charges in connection with an intelligence unit that operated more than 10 years ago.

#Africa : South Africa celebrates Youth Month
South Africa 18 June 2018

In Kenya there was some inspiration for refugees this past week. Teachers, filmmakers, models and poets took part in the first Ted-X event at a refugee camp.

Capetonian designs water app to help the city's saving efforts
South Africa 18 June 2018

A Cape Town man has designed an app to help the city’s water saving efforts. It gives the latest information on the crisis, such as dam levels and residents’ water usage. The Western Cape is currently experiencing its worst drought in a-hundred years.

Police officers linked to Marikana murders to appear in court
South Africa 18 June 2018

Nine police officers will appear in the Mankwe Magistrates Court today in connection with the murders of four miners during the Marikana protests. The charges are not linked to the main incident in which 47 miners were killed. Lirandzu Themba has more.

PE municipal workers await response from Municipality
South Africa 18 June 2018

The South African Municipal Workers Strike continued in Port Elizabeth over the weekend. Over two thousand workers have given the municipality until Monday to respond to their demands of a long service bonus back pay. eNCA's Sandy McCowen has more.