Lawyers for the Economic Freedom Fighters and Baleka Mbete have reached an agreement.
Following conflicting reports over an attempted coup by the military in Lesotho at the weekend, EWN's Reinart Toerien went to the Maseru Bridge border post between South Africa and the mountain kingdom to find out what's happening.
Red Ants are notorious for demolishing illegal structures and evicting people from their homes, but in Belgravia, downtown Johannesburg, they’re building houses. EWN’s Vumani Mkhize reports
EWN has visited the secret location where the officials are hiding following the attempted coup.
Barack Obama on Monday formally notified Congress that he had authorised targeted air strikes in Iraq.
A shift in Vladimir Putin's language on the conflict in eastern Ukraine reflects a transformation.
The rand traded largely flat against the dollar in a lacklustre Monday session due to a holiday in the US.
An international health expert says health workers fighting Ebola should get incentives including better pay.
Dr Graham Wright, Head of the Consumer Goods Council, says current statistics show that mall robberies have increased by 13 percent.
The sheriff of the court arrived on the premises this morning and locked the doors.
Lock Marvin Orie will appear before a Saru disciplinary committee in Pretoria tomorrow.
The 22-year-old woman was confronted by a burglar who demanded her personal belongings on Saturday morning.