[WATCH] Karabo Mokoena remembered as bold and brave
There was a sombre mood at the Diepkloof Community Hall on Friday as family and friends of the late Karabo Mokoena gathered to pay their last respects.
[EXPLAINER] Understanding the Eskom/Trillian mine grab
amaBhungane investigator Susan Comrie explains the Eskom/Trillian mine grab deal revealed this week.
[WATCH] '5th lion probably found its way back to Kruger’
SANParks's Danie Pienaar says it's likely that the fifth lion to escape from the Kruger National Park last week has found his own way back to his pride. 4 other lions were captured and returned to the park.
[WATCH] Mandla Hlatshwayo gunned down at Pimville pub
Former 'Generations' actor and Jozi FM DJ Mandla Hlatshwayo and his friend were killed at the Meli’s pub in Pimville, Soweto on Sunday night. It's understood they had confronted four men who had robbed women of their cellphones when they were attacked.
[WATCH] Karabo's uncle: We are traumatised
Karabo Mokoena's uncle speaks to EWN about the news that the 22-year-old was found dead after she went missing last month.
[WATCH] 'Blue Whale' suicide game may hit SA soon
The online game called 'Blue Whale' that targets vulnerable teens has made international headlines in recent days but for many in South Africa, this is a new trend that's only just beginning to surface on social media.
[WATCH] Discovery finds Homo Naledi dates back 236,000 years
Scientists have announced the discovery of a new Homo naledi skeleton, Neo, & a new chamber in the Rising Star cave system. The chamber has been named Lesedi & it's similar in shape to the Dinaledi chamber in which the first Homo Naledi fossils were found.
[WATCH] Why Lee Berger & co are over the moon with latest Rising Star discovery
Professor Lee Berger and his team has made a new discovery - a new chamber with Homo naledi in it. The skeleton has been named Neo, which means "Gift".
[WATCH] Hunting for the missing Bieber millions - 4 years later
Exactly four years later and investigators are still baffled by the million rand heist at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg in the hours following a Justin Bieber concert there in May 2013. EWN's Mandy Wiener chats to the concert organiser's former head of security about the heist.
[WATCH] Former presidents launch National Foundations Dialogue Initiative
Former presidents FW de Klerk, Thabo Mbeki & Kgalema Motlanthe joined forces with a number of prolific foundations to launch a series of conversations to discuss the current national crisis.
[WATCH] Final memorial for 18 taxi crash victims
A final memorial service for the 18 pupils killed in a minibus taxi crash in Bronkhorstspruit was held in Verena, Mpumalanga. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga, various Gauteng and Mpumalanga MECs and local mayors also attended.
[WATCH] What politicians really do during those long speeches
Ever wonder what politicians do during those looooong speeches? Exactly what you do...
[WATCH] 18 pupils from Bronkhorstspruit crash remembered
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi told mourners at the memorial for 18 schoolchildren who were killed in the Bronkhorstspruit minibus taxi crash that the death of the pupils is a national loss. A memorial was held at the Sokhulumi Village.
[WATCH] 2018 online school applications open in Gauteng
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi and Premier David Makhura officially launched the 2018 online admissions for grades 1 & 8.
Biker dies after collision with kudu on R512
A motorbike rider was killed on Sunday morning on the R512 outside Lanseria when he collided with a kudu.
[WATCH] Maimane on coalitions, Zille and the ANC
DA leader Mmusi Maimane speaks to EWN’s Clement Manyathela in an exclusive wide ranging interview, discussing issues from coalitions to Helen Zille’s tweets.
[WATCH] Zweli Mkhize: It's pretty hectic in the ANC at the moment
EWN reporters Stephen Grootes and Clement Manyathela speak to the ANC's treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize about the current state of the ANC.
[WATCH] Braampark fire partially destroys building
Firefighters worked tirelessly in Braamfontein to extinguish flames at the Braampark Office Park in Johannesburg after it already destroyed the roof and top floor of the building. Officials say no one was severely injured, but some people were treated for smoke inhalation.