IEC: We will have contingency plans for load shedding during elections
The Independent Electoral Commission will have plans to cope with load shedding, despite the expense.
Political parties trade barbs at IEC pledge signing
Political parties gathered in Midrand to sign the code of conduct pledge of the Independent Electoral Commission ahead of the 8 May elections, and some used the opportunity to issue warnings and even demand the return of their election posters.
Ramaphosa’s first-hand experience of train commuter woes
President Cyril Ramaphosa took a train from Soshanguve to Pretoria Central as part of ANC’s election campaign drive. He got first-hand experience of the train delays and listened to the complaints of commuters.
GALLERY: All aboard! Ramaphosa's train ride around Tshwane
President Cyril Ramaphosa took a train from Mabopane station in Soshanguve to Pretoria station in Pretoria Central as part of the ANC's elections campaign.
'Every dream he had was taken away' - Mondeor High pupil memorial
Tributes poured in for murdered pupil Kulani Mathebula at his memorial service at Mondeor High School in Gauteng.
Rakeshh Dhevalall: 'I wish I could've done more to save Kulani Mathebula's life'
Rakeshh Dhevalall was the first person to arrive on the scene where 19-year-old Kulani Mathebula was stabbed and died.
'We don't accept white people' - BLF registers for May elections
Black First Land First members and leader Andile Mngxitama arrive at the IEC head offices in Centurion to register their party and hand in their election candidates list.
Magashule: Dlamini, Gigaba, Mokonyane make it to ANC Parly list
African National Congress secretary general Ace Magashule submitted the governing party’s election candidates list at the IEC’s head offices in Centurion.
'Even if I die, it doesn’t matter’ - Vincent Khosa, the Alex flood hero
EWN sat down with Vincent Khosa - the hero in the viral video who saved a child from falling into the flood-swollen Jukskei River in Alexandra. Here’s his story.
EXCLUSIVE: Coligny murder: 'I'd have been happy with life sentences for killers'
EWN interviewed Bonakele Pakisi to find out how he felt about the sentencing of Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte who were convicted of killing teenager Matlhomola Moshoeu in Coligny for stealing sunflowers.
Father of slain Coligny teen: I’m not happy with the sentences
NPA and family of slain Matlhomola Moshoeu react to the sentences handed down to Pieter Doorewaard and Philip Schutte of 18 years and 23 years respectively.
Coligny murder: 'Your actions that day were disgraceful'
Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte were sentenced to 18 years and 23 years respectively in the North West High Court for the murder and other crimes of Mathlomola Moshoeu.
Dros rape accused to go on trial in September
A trial date for Dros rape accused Nicholas Ninow has been set down for September in the North Gauteng High Court.
Phahlane labels arrest 'malicious' & 'humiliating'
Former acting national police commissioner Khomotso Phahlane and major general Ravi Pillay appeared in court on charges of fraud and corruption.
Alleluia co-founder: Pastor Lukau’s behaviour 'unholy' & 'evil'
Former church member and one of the founders of Alleluia International Ministries says Pastor Alph Lukau's 'resurrection' was staged.
Mboro: My brother has brought Christianity into disrepute
Pastor Paseka 'Mboro' Motsoeneng attempted to meet with Pastor Alph Lukau of Alleluia International Ministries following the resurrection act by Lukau.
Data and you: 5 ways Icasa’s new rules will change things
The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) is set to introduce new regulations that will require network operators to change their practices regarding data expiration and out-of-bundle data billing. Here are five things you should know about it.
ANC on Kodwa and Mabe: Innocent until proven guilty
ANC secretary general Ace Magashule spoke on the decisions of Pule Mabe and Zizi Kodwa to step aside as spokespersons during a media briefing at Luthuli House.