[WATCH] Abuse survivor: I want justice for my daughter
The mother of the 17-year-old girl who was allegedly abused by former Sars commissioner Tom Moyane is a victim of abuse herself. She told EWN that she does not want their money. She wants justice for her daughter.
[WATCH] 'Tom Moyane assaulted my daughter'
The mother of a 17-year-old girl has spoken out after the NPA decided not to proceed with charges of alleged assault laid against former Sars commissioner Tom Moyane. The victim is the the mother of Moyane's 7-month-old grandchild.
[WATCH] Mandela Day everyday at Ronald McDonald House
The first floor of Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital is home to Ronald McDonald House, a refuge for parents of disadvantaged children, admitted to the hospital but who live more than 60km away.
[WATCH] Gwede Mantashe visits Palabora Mine
Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe met with mine management and unions regarding the incident on Sunday where six miners died.
[WATCH] NUM: PMC being economical with truth over mine deaths
The National Union of Mineworkers' Phillip Mankge says that Palabora Mining Company is being economical with the truth regarding safety measures and circumstances around the death of six miners.
[WATCH] Mother tells of heartache of losing son in mining tragedy
The mother of Shaun Mashego (26) spoke exclusively to EWN about her son, who was one of six miners who died during the Palabora Mining Company incident that occurred on Sunday.
[WATCH] Pravin Gordhan breaks down the ‘fight back phenomenon’
Speaking at the 40th birthday celebration of the National Press Club, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan speaks about corruption, the ‘fight back phenomenon' and shared a positive outlook for South Africa’s future.
[WATCH] Thousands join #100ManMarch in Tshwane
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane said that not all men were bad as she joined thousands who marched together through the streets of Tshwane to the Union Gardens in support of the #100MenMarch.
[WATCH] Govt assures support to traditional leaders on land reform
Cooperative Governance Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize briefed the media on discussions held with traditional leaders in Pretoria on Friday.
[WATCH] Sassa staff to return to work after court ruling
The urgent application by Minister Susan Shabangu to stop a wage strike by Sassa employees has been struck from the Labour Court roll on condition that the parties return to negotiating table.
[WATCH] SA Express CEO comes clean on R2.4bn fuel deal
Acting CEO at SA Express, Matsietsi Mokholo, has described the R2.4 billion fuel deal as a collapse of governance systems at the airline, adding that there was pure disregard for internal processes when the deal was signed.
[WATCH] SA Express lose quality staff to competitors regularly
A freeze on salary increase for management positions has led to loss of quality staff who join SA Express's competition. Existing technical staff will now face a future working under SAA supervision.
[WATCH] The state of SA Express: Acting CEO reacts
Acting CEO of SA Express Matsietsi Mokholo spoke candidly about the state of the airline which was grounded for 30 days.
[WATCH] Tamaryn Green is Miss South Africa 2018
Celebrating its 60th anniversary Diamond Jubilee, the Miss SA pageant welcomed Tamaryn Green into the fold as the newly crowned Miss SA 2018. She also received the additional title of Miss Universe SA.
[WATCH] Nehawu postpones stay away
Nehawu Secretary-General Zola Saphetha says they have extended the ultimatum to government by two weeks and as a result the planned stay away has been postponed.
[WATCH] Nehawu: 24 demands, 24 hours
Nehawu General-Secretary Zola Sephetha handed over a memorandum to Minister Aaron Motsoaledi in Mahikeng, which contained a series of 24 very diverse demands.
[WATCH] DA says it will not allow Manana to buy his way out of justice
The DA has laid criminal charges of extortion, bribery and corruption against ANC MPP Mduduzi Manana, which arise from allegations that he pushed his domestic, Christine Wiro, down a flight of stairs at his home.
[WATCH] Sandile Mantsoe gets 32 years for killing Karabo Mokoena
Sandile Montsoe was sentenced to an effective 32 years for murdering Karabo Mokoena. The judge described him as someone who gave men a bad name and that the remorse he showed was just for himself.