GALLERY: ‘Where’s Ramaphosa?’ – Protesters gather outside WEF Africa
Protesters gathered outside the Cape Town International Convention Centre trying to disrupt World Economic Forum for Africa on 4 September 2019. The crowd protested against gender-based violence and called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to respond.
The aftermath: Malvern looting & destruction
Several shops were looted and set alight in Malvern in the Johannesburg CBD area on 1 September 2019. The looting and violence spread overnight to Denver and other areas.
GALLERY: SA wishes the Boks well ahead of Rugby World Cup
Hundreds of supporters gathered outside OR Tambo International Airport to see the Springboks off as they jet off to Japan for the Rugby World Cup on Friday.
GALLERY: Remembering the fallen on World Ranger Day
SANParks and the Kruger National Park commemorated World Ranger Day outside the park’s gate with Minister of Environmental Affairs Barbara Creecy in attendance to highlight the importance of rangers and remember the lives lost in the field.
Mkhize: State capture commission is capable of handling its business
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize commented on former President Jacob Zuma's appearance at the state capture commission in Parktown.
'I’m not going to respond to public spats' - Mbalula on e-toll twar
At the 2019 Southern African Transport Conference, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula commented on the future of e-tolls and the recent Twitter row between the Gauteng premier and the finance minister.
Our problems have become yesterday's tale, says Lesotho PM Tom Thabane
President Cyril Ramaphosa and Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane addressed the media after government and the opposition in Lesotho signed an agreement to open Parliament to legislative reforms.
Ramaphosa visits troubled Lesotho
President Cyril Ramaphosa was in Lesotho's capital Maseru where he was expected to witness the signing of a memorandum of understanding between stakeholders involved in the country’s reform process.
Online shopping, stokvels, micro-influencing - how to beat rising cost of living
On 1 July 2019, the new municipal rates increases for the 2019/2020 financial year kick in. EWN spoke to different companies who are trying to help customers save money and a wealth coach for saving tips, as well as some of the consumers who will be affected by the price hikes.
'This is no time to dream' - Politicians react to Ramaphosa's Sona
Politicians react to President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address where he outlined seven priorities for the new administration.
Bathabile Dlamini: I don’t drink, I’m epileptic
EWN's Clement Manyathela sat down for an exclusive interview with Bathabile Dlamini - one day after her resignation as a member of Parliament. Here she speaks about the impact negative reports about her have made on her family.
Bathabile Dlamini: ANC is not ready for a woman president
EWN's Clement Manyathela sat down for an exclusive interview with Bathabile Dlamini - one day after her resignation as a member of Parliament. Here she speaks about the ANC and South Africa's readiness for a woman president.
EXCLUSIVE: Bathabile Dlamini says Sassa criticism felt like rape
In an exclusive interview with EWN's Clement Manyathela, former minister Bathabile Dlamini spoke about the SASSA debacle and the criticism she faced. Dlamini was speaking a day after she resigned as a member of Parliament.
EXCLUSIVE: Why Bathabile Dlamini resigned from Parliament
EWN's Clement Manyathela sat down for an exclusive interview with Bathabile Dlamini and spoke about why she decided to resign as a member of Parliament.
Aaron Motsoaledi apologises to marriage fraud victim
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi apologised to Nomathamsanqa Swartbooi who has been a victim of a fraudulent marriage for 14 years.
'I feel like I've been robbed of my life' - Marriage fraud victim slams dept
In 2006, Elize Marcha O’Brien found out she was legally married to a man she had never met. Her case is among those taken up by the Wits Law Clinic against the Department of Home Affairs.
‘I'm married to someone that I don’t know’ - Marriage fraud victim speaks out
After trying to vote in the 2006 elections, Nomathamsanqa Sweetness Swartbooi found out she was legally married to a man she had never met. This man used her surname to open accounts, take out loans as well registering two children that Swartbooi never gave birth to.
Kebby Maphatsoe on ANC integrity body: They've opened up old wounds
EWN’s Clement Manyathela sat down with MKMVA leader Kebby Maphatsoe who spoke about his recent experience with the ANC integrity committee and how the questions they asked brought up the trauma he went through when he was in exile during apartheid.