SA comes together to honour Madiba’s legacy
In 2009, the United Nations general assembly declared 18 July Nelson Mandela International Day.
Cops probing motive for CT boy’s stabbing
The boy was playing soccer with friends on an open field when he was attacked earlier this week.
Informal settlements hardest hit by #CapeStorm
The storm has been described as the worst to hit the Cape in 30 years.
Students clash with security at Stellenbosch University
A meeting between protesting students and management is set to take place at Huis Russell Bothma today.
2 fatally wounded in Lavender Hill shooting
Western Cape EMS said the two deceased sustained gunshots to the head.
Survey reveals showering habits in SA
Research revealed that 52% of participants enjoy showering with their partner.
Department ‘has delivered’ on promise of more sexual offences courts
There are currently 43 sexual offences courts across the country, while a total of 57 are needed.
Bredasdorp: We won't forget Anene
EWN revisits Bredasdorp, a community which was rocked by the brutal rape & murder of Anene Booysen 3 years ago to see how they've moved on.
Bredasdorp, 3 years after the #AneneBooysen tragedy
Today marks exactly three years since 17-year-old Anene Booysen was raped and murdered.
A tragic weekend on SA, Swaziland roads
More than 100 people were killed in separate incidents in the Western & Eastern Cape, KZN & Swaziland.
Health Minister meets suppliers to tackle drug shortages
Shortages of some drugs have affected both public and private health facilities.
Cape minstrels: We’ve done nothing wrong
The Minstrel Carnival Association has welcomed a probe into how it spent millions from the Lottery Fund.
Man accused of killing CT teen also charged with rape
The 36-year-old Steenberg man has not yet pleaded to the charges.
One Direction to rock Cape Town
Cape Town is the final leg of their South African tour before the group head off to Dubai.
All systems go for WC by-elections
Residents from ward 7 in Ceres and ward 72 in Cape Town will head to the polls to cast their vote tomorrow.
Police forensics decreases enormous backlog
From new forensic equipment to additional staff, Saps forensic labs are moving ahead.
Agriculture Dept agrees to farm safety plan
The Ministry and AfriForum agreed on a plan of action to help protect farmers and farming communities.
SAPS labs reduce forensic backlog
The backlog decreased from 59,000 to about 4,440 case entries over the last four years.