[WATCH] Princess Charlene speaks about her love for Africa
Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco chatted to EWN journalist Jean Smyth about her children, His Serene Highness The Hereditary Prince of Monaco, and Her Serene Highness Gabriella; the Laureus Sports Awards; her love for Africa; as well as her sports foundation.
Leo Sayer in rehearsals for weekend performances
Leo Sayer has returned to SA and has the backing of an all-South African band, hand picked by Gavin Langeveldt. The team is in rehearsals ahead of the three concerts to be held at Montecasino, Johannesburg, South Africa.
[WATCH] Bus driver strike catches some passengers unawares
Some people arriving at Park Station were unaware of the strike by bus drivers. Bus companies were able to offer a number of refunds, but many ticket holders can't afford alternative transport.
[WATCH] Tens of thousands march for Zuma's resignation
Tens of thousands of people from various political parties and civil society organisations took part in the "Day of Action" march through the streets of Pretoria on Wednesday, calling for President Jacob Zuma's resignation.
[WATCH] Police Minister reports back on #PeoplesMarch
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula confirmed that the marches that took place on 7 April, apart from a few sporadic occurrences of violence, were conducted in a responsible manner.
[WATCH] Zuma's reaction to #AntiZumaMarches
While attending Chris Hani's Memorial, President Jacob Zuma used the opportunity to share his reaction to the #PeoplesMarches that were held countrywide on 7 April 2017.
[WATCH] The faces of South Africans who want Zuma to go
#AntiZuma #PeoplesMarch protesters swarmed the streets of Tshwane as they made their way from Church Square to Union Gardens.
[WATCH] Tens of thousands during #AntiZumaMarch in the capital
The marchers first gathered at Church Square and then made their way to Union Buildings where they were addressed by various leaders of political parties.
[WATCH] Kathrada widow: Mr President, do you have eyes to see?
Ahmad Kathrada's widow Barbara Hogan has launched a scathing attack on President Jacob Zuma.
[WATCH] Gigaba treads line between radical transformation and fiscal discipline
Incoming Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba outlines priorities in his new role and also attempted to calm economic scepticism.
[WATCH] March against rape and abuse of taxi passengers
Protestors marching against crime committed in taxis, such as rape and abuse towards women, gathered at the Johannesburg Correctional Facility in Meredale. From the prison, marchers proceeded towards Southgate Mall where they were addressed by taxi associations and various political parties from surrounding communities. Marchers were then ferried by taxi to Booysens where a pledge was signed by invested parties, who all promise to do their best to prevent the heinous crimes that are being committed in our transport industry. Both the National Taxi Alliance and the South African National Taxi Council have promised to do everything possible to ensure criminals who use taxis to rob and rape female commuters in Johannesburg are handcuffed.
[WATCH] Childhood dream comes true for newly-crowned Miss SA 2017
As a young girl, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters would watch the Miss SA competition wishing that one day too she would be able to walk on that stage like the glamorous women she saw on TV.
[WATCH] The Pixies, support bands rock Brakpan
South African bands proved their metal as they rocked Carnival City lawns ahead of the main act The Pixies, who completed their tour of South Africa this weekend.
[WATCH] Darkey Africa pleads for peace during xenophobic tension in Pretoria
South African Consul-General in Lagos Darkey Ephraim Africa pleads for peace and no violence as xenophobic tension escalates in Sunnyside, Pretoria.
[WATCH] 'No gays please!' It's 'date night' in Brakpan
An EWN investigation has revealed how an East Rand restaurant refuses to allow same sex couples to eat there on certain days.
[WATCH] Lesufi: We will act against teacher for relationship with learner (15)
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has condemned the teacher who is allegedly having inappropriate relations with a 15-year-old learner.
[WATCH] Neighbours recount shack fire in which 3 children died
Three siblings died on Wednesday morning when their home in Doornkop, Soweto, caught fire.
[WATCH] Ministers, mayors and jazz greats pay tribute to Thandi Klaasen
Several jazz legends were at Thandi Klaasen's residence in Alberton on Monday, to pay their respects to the songstress. Klaasen passed away on Sunday at the age of 86.