Guinness World Record holder Jean-Marc Johannes: Nothing is impossible!
The Athlone-born skater is the most decorated South African skateboarder. He won South Africa's first Gold media at the FISE World Series and broke two Guinness World Records.
Meet the House of Monatic tailors who made President Ramaphosa's new suit
When the president calls you up to make him a suit, you start stitching! That’s exactly what the House of Monatic did when President Cyril Ramaphosa asked them to make a suit for him to wear at his recent State of the Nation Address.
ON THE COUCH: After abandonment, Paul Daniels finds home as a para-athlete star
Abandoned by his mother when he was a baby and later adopted and raised on a pig farm in Stellenbosch, Paul Daniels lost both of his legs after suffering from meningitis. He has defied the odds to shine on the athletics track as a para-athlete.
Train commuters want more than empty promises from Mbalula
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on Tuesday experienced first-hand some of the challenges train commuters in Cape Town have to endure daily.
'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.
Your life is actually in danger: What it’s like being a Belhar firefighter
EWN spent a Friday evening with the firefighters at Belhar Fire Station. Misty weather conditions kept them busy throughout the night.
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.
Judge finds Packham's actions morally reprehensible, sentences him to 22 years
Constantia businessman Rob Packham has been handed a 20-year sentence for the murder of his wife.
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.'
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.
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.
Ramaphosa registers as an MP for 6th Parliament
Ramaphosa registered as an MP ahead of his expected re-election as president on Thursday.
Cape Town refugee office remains closed after almost 7 years
In 2017, the Supreme Court of Appeal ordered the Department of Home Affairs to open a new refugee facility by the end of March 2018. More than a year later, the centre has still not been opened.
'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: Proud thumbs - SA voters show off their ink after voting
Young and old braved the cold and wet weather to come out and cast their votes. For these voters, the mark on their thumb is a badge of honour they show off with pride.
Poor Zoar residents tired of empty election promises
With elections only a day away, residents in Zoar in the Karoo feel that their votes won't bring about any change.
Mitchells Plain residents to Ramaphosa: You must change our minds
Mitchells Plain residents posed difficult questions to President Cyril Ramaphosa during his visit to the area.
On The Couch: Kundai Murapa always wanted to be Power Ranger. Now he is one
Breakdancer, parkour enthusiast, and stunt man – Kundai Murapa is living his dream showing off his talents on sets of big Hollywood movies like ‘Resident Evil’ and ‘Dark Towers’.