Watch him jump! On the couch with U-18 high jump world champ Breyton Poole
Poole claimed high jump gold at the 2017 IAAF World U18 Championships in Nairobi.
Watch the space: How space weather impacts the 4th industrial revolution
SANSA staff monitor solar activities like sun flares and moving particles, which have a negative impact on communications and navigation systems on earth.
How a R50 convinced Boks captain Zintle Mpupha to join the game of rugby
Springbok Women’s Sevens captain Zintle Mpupha chats about her road to Sevens Rugby with EWN 'On The Couch.'
Tons of rice & lots of love: How a Cape NPO will feed 85,000 people on Eid
Nakhlistan is a charity feeding scheme that has been running for 35 years. At least 85,000 people across the Western Cape will enjoy an akni dish this Eid.
Peace wall honours victims of CT gang-related crime
The Ocean View community has come together to create a peace wall dedicated to the many lives lost to gang violence in the area. The 50-metre wall is painted in bright colours and covered in hearts to honour the victims.
SA's first female rugby referee Aimee Barrett-Theron on being called 'Mr Ref'
Top female referee Aimee Barret-Theron broke new ground when she became the first woman to referee a Currie Cup game in 2018. Since then she has gone on to bigger things and matches.
Where did it start? The 2019 Cricket World Cup explained
As the 2019 Cricket World Cup gets under way in England and Wales, we ask where did it all begin? Which teams have dominated the World Cup? And how will this year’s Cricket World Cup be different?
EWN On The Couch: Springbok Aphiwe Dyantyi gives American football a try
Cato Louw chats to Springbok winger Aphiwe Dyantyi after he joined a skills exchange programme with the Michigan State University college football team in Cape Town.
Nkoana-Mashabane explains why District Six land restitution plan delayed
Maite Nkoana-Mashabane was ordered to appear in court on Friday on a contempt of court charge after government missed a deadline to come up with a proper restitution plan for District Six.
'60% mental': Ryan Sandes on ditching trail for road & running 1,504km in one go
Ultra-trail runner Ryan Sandes joins On the Couch this week to chat about his next adventure, mentoring the next generation and more.
GALLERY: Voting at the Langa Red Cross Society station
Dozens of Langa residents streamed to the Langa Red Cross Society voting station to cast their votes.
Ebrahim Rasool: Great to be voting in my own country again
Having lived in the United States for five years as South African ambassador to the US, ANC leader Ebrahim Rasool said it was good to finally be voting in his own country.
De Lille: It's only your vote that can bring about change
Four months after starting the Good party, De Lille says she is excited for what lies ahead.
Blikkiesdorp and Wolverivier: The forgotten communities
With only days until the 2019 national elections, EWN went to hear from the residents of Blikkiesdorp, a temporary relocation area on the Cape Flats.
City of Cape Town impounds taxis as drivers block roads over permits
Law enforcement authorities towed the obstructing vehicles away and arrested the defiant drivers.
Mashatile: Western Cape must come home to the ANC
Trade Union federation Cosatu held it's Workers' Day rally at Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. ANC treasurer General Paul Mashatile urged workers to support the ANC in the 8 May elections to secure a victory in the Western Cape.
25 years on: The forgotten Khomani San Bushmen
Through the Restitution of Lands Rights Act of 1994, the Khomani San successfully reclaimed the area they are now living on. But 25 years into democracy, Jacobus van Wyk feels that his people have been forgotten.
Mashatile: 'A vote for the ANC is a vote for growth'
ANC Treasurer-General Paul Mashatile spent Freedom Day on the campaign trail in Kimberley. He says the ANC is looking to rid itself of corruption.