[WATCH] Zimbabweans take to the streets, call for Mugabe to go
Hundreds of Zimbabweans have shut down the country’s capital Harare during peaceful marches as they call for President Robert Mugabe to step down.
[WATCH] Mugabe makes first public appearance since military takeover
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe made his first public appearance in Harare since the military seized power in his country. He attended a graduation ceremony at a university in the capital.
[WATCH] Situation in Zimbabwe still tense
Eyewitness News's Hitekani Magwedze gives an update on the situation in Zimbabwe.
[WATCH] Gwede Mantashe dismisses rumours of his possible removal
ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe held a briefing at the party’s Luthuli House on Tuesday to provides feedback on the party's special national executive committee meeting.
[WATCH] Wits Vice Chancellor Adam Habib discusses fees report
South Africa is in financial crises with regards to higher education, says Wits Vice Chancellor Adam Habib.
[WATCH] Corruption also in private sector, says Dlamini Zuma
Presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma addressed the African Committee Leadership Conference of the International Union of Socialist Youth on gender issues and corruption.
[WATCH] Coffin case duo back in court due to sentencing error
Coffin case duo Theo Jackson and Willem Oosthuizen appeared at the North Gauteng High Court after being summoned by the judge who presided over their case. There was a technical error in their sentencing proceeding which needed to be corrected.
[WATCH] Striking taxi drivers demand Transport Minister be fired
Thousands of taxi drivers affiliated with the National Taxi Alliance marched through the streets of Pretoria as they demanded that Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi be fired.
[WATCH] Cannabis activists take legalisation case to Constitutional Court
While the lawyers made their arguments inside, protesters demonstrated outside the court, calling on the South African government to make cannabis legal.