• Gary Booysen from Rand Swiss spoke with eNCA's Devan Murugan about the market on Monday.
  • Before Sunday’s fatal accident, organisers of the tournament had decided to still go ahead even in the midst of increased COVID-19 infections and the country entering its fourth wave.
  • Former Deputy International Relations Minister, Ebrahim Ebrahim has passed away. ANC stalwart Mo Shaik spoke with eNCA's Sally Burdett about the legacy of the deputy minister.
  • The Parliamentary Land Expropriation Committee will on Tuesday decide whether to pass a law that would allow for the take over of land without compensation. Bulelwa Mabasa, the Director and Member of President's land Reform Advisory Panel from Werkmans Attorneys, spoke with eNCA's Mfundo Mabalane.
  • Former Dirco deputy-president Ebrahim Ebrahim joined the anti-apartheid struggle in his teens and served two spells on Robben Island. Kathrada Foundation's Ismail Vadi spoke with Mfundo Mabalane on Ebrahim’s legacy.
  • Durban Covid-19 grant recipients are increasingly sleeping outside Post Offices in the hopes of getting their R350 on time. At some branches, system problems are allegedly causing delays.
  • People across South Africa are queuing up for their December grants of R350. eNCA senior reporter Dasen Thathiah is in Durban and is speaking to people waiting in line for their grants this Monday.
  • A study by the University of Pretoria has revealed that hand sanitisers used by the public around Tshwane are substandard and also do not have the recommended alcohol content. Dr Abdullahi Ahmed Yusuf, senior lecturer in Entomology at the University of Pretoria, spoke with eNCA's Mfundo Mabalane.
  • According to Ipid, the suspect was never booked in by police but instead, allegedly faced a brutal assault.
  • Retailers are facing fuel supply and retail challenges as they try and balance onerous legislative and industry standards, with declining volumes and profits.

  • The City of Tshwane says it needs more time to fix the damage caused by a fire that gutted the Mooikloof substation. eNCA reporter Nqobile Madlala has more.
  • Amid concerns over the low number of vaccinations across the country, several companies have adopted mandatory vaccine policies. Ethnographer Carmen Murray spoke with eNCA's Mfundo Mabalane.

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