Terror-hit UK mulls limiting public access to parliament
Four people were killed and 40 others were injured in Wednesday’s attack when a man who first drove a car into pedestrians and then stabbed a police officer.
Woman dies in British parliament attack
Several people are reported to have suffered catastrophic injuries after a man appears to have driven a car into numerous people along Westminster Bridge.
Theresa May trigger ready on Brexit
Leaving the EU requires the triggering of 'Article 50' which is the legal mechanism governing the departure.
Agency rubbishes claims it helped Obama spy on Trump
Without providing evidence, Donald Trump has accused his predecessor Barack Obama of bugging his hotel during last year’s elections.
Thousands protest Trump travel ban, visit to UK
Peaceful protests were held in central London and around the country on Monday.
EWN in the Fast Lane: Vespa GTS300 - Adventure. Freedom. Happiness
EWN's Alex Eliseev and his wife are seduced by the power & functionality of the Vespa GTS300.
Ratings agencies warn populist policies may follow local govt elections
The world's big ratings agencies will be taking a hard look at SA's economy later this year.
IEC confirms death of voter at Northern Cape voting station
The man passed away this morning while waiting in line to cast his ballot.
Freedom Park residents torch IEC tents
A case of arson is now being investigated but no arrests have been made.
DA's Trollip hits back at ANC over use of Mandela's name
Athol Trollip says the ANC must grow up if it thinks it's the only organisation that can use Madiba’s legacy.
Zuma deploys 2,000 soldiers to elections hotspots across SA
Jacob Zuma says the 2,000 soldiers will help maintain law and order during and after the elections.
SABC axes two more journalists
Last night, it emerged that termination letters had been handed to four suspended journalists.
Plans to repatriate Gugu Zulu’s body being finalised
Zulu died before summiting Mount Kilimanjaro, which he was climbing with his wife Letshego.
Bill Gates calls on govts to enable positive change, invest in youth
Gates says there has been a tremendous amount of progress but SA still has a lot of work to do.
KZN orphanage fire victims all males - EMS
Of the eight people who died, the majority are children, aged between eight and 17.
Didiza vows to rid Tshwane of informal settlements
Thoko Didiza has been on the campaign trail, as the ANC cranks up its electioneering.
KZN orphanage fire claims 8 lives
The KwaZulu-Natal EMS confirmed that most of the victims were children.
Security guard shot and wounded during ATM bombing
The robbery took place at around 02:30am and saw the robbers flee with an undisclosed amount of cash.