[WATCH] Soweto residents remember Lerato Moloi, female murder victims
Two thousand people gathered in the cold night air as a candlelight vigil was held to pray for Lerato Moloi, and the many other young women who have been murdered and abused in Soweto recently.
[WATCH] 'Stop singing and dancing! Our sisters are being murdered'
An unidentified outraged mourner grabbed hold of a microphone at a candlelight vigil in Soweto. With tears streaming down her face, she scolded everyone for singing and dancing when woman are being murdered and abused in the community.
[WATCH] Matholesville protests for protection against rape and crime
Community members say that women are raped on a daily basis in Matholesville, west of Johannesburg, and even though it is reported to the police, nothing seems to be done about it. Illegal mining and crime are also problems and the locals believe that the police are taking bribes to look the other way.
[WATCH] Mathews Phosa: Zuma taking steps towards dictatorship
ANC veteran Mathews Phosa says that by not following ANC traditions and consulting party leaders over his Cabinet reshuffle, President Jacob Zuma is taking the first steps towards a dictatorship.
[WATCH] Ennerdale Business opens despite risk of looting
An Ennerdale business has opened even though it risks being looted by protesters. The owner of Lekay Business Solutions says he has overheads that he needs to cover but will shut up shop at any hint of trouble in the area.
[WATCH] Finetown youth protests for houses
A Finetown resident has described the protesters as school children, with very few adults or parents participating in the mass action over housing.
[WATCH] Ennerdale: We're Johannesburg's forgotten people
Residents say that Ennerdale has been forgotten, as if it does not exist when it comes to government and allocating RDP houses. They believe it is racist that they have been neglected.
[WATCH] Ennerdale looters pelt police vehicle with bricks
Ennerdale looters were determined to gain access to a foreign-owned shop during protest action to highlight their need for housing. Police fired rubber bullets while protesters pelted them with bricks.
[WATCH] Eldorado Park becomes war zone as protest turns ugly
Eldorado Park residents took to the streets on Monday to protest their claim to RDP houses. The peaceful protest took a turn for the worst as police fired rubber bullets to disperse the gathering who had blockaded streets with rocks, burning beds and tyres throughout the suburbs.
[WATCH] Damian Durandt's final goodbye to dad Nick: He was invincible
Damian Durandt would have made his father proud as he paid tribute to the memory of his late father, championship boxing trainer Nick Durandt.
[WATCH] ‘Trapped in a foreign country’
Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize met with young illegal immigrants at a repatriation centre outside Krugersdorp, describing them as victims of a system.
[WATCH] What politicians really do during those long speeches
Ever wonder what politicians do during those looooong speeches? Exactly what you do...
[WATCH] Mashaba promises transparency to people of Johannesburg
During his Soca, JHB Mayor Herman Mashaba said he believes the people should know where and on what their money is being spent on.
[WATCH] Mayor Mashaba dedicates his address to forgotten people of Joburg
Mayor Mashaba announced that JMPD has received funding for an additional 1,500 officers to join the force against crime.
[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.