[VIDEO] Pupil shot, killed at Ennerdale school
A grade 11 pupil was shot and killed on the school premises allegedly by his father. Police say that a case of murder has been opened and the father will appear in court.
[WATCH] Rehab centre brings hope to drug-riddled Eldorado Park
Mayor Herman Mashaba opened a substance abuse treatment centre at Eldorado Park. Germaine Pienaar and Daleon Sooprayen have been clean for a few months and helped with the construction of the rehab centre.
[VIDEO] 3 children killed in shack fire in Bekkersdal
Three young children were killed in Bekkersdal after their shack home caught fire last night. The community is still in shock and has appealed to government to provide proper housing.
[VIDEO] Bullets fly in Atteridgeville taxi violence
Commuters in Atteridgeville were stranded as taxi violence continued for a second day in the township on 29 May 2018.
[WATCH] Mahumapelo resigns, blames counter-revolutionaries
Supra Mahumapelo resigns as North West premier during a press briefing at Luthuli House and blames so-called counter-revolutionaries for destabilising the province.
[WATCH] EWN visits home previously deemed dangerous by health ombud
The Takalani Home for the mentally disabled in Soweto was one of the institutions affected during the Life Esidimeni tragedy. It was one of the five facilities that were deemed extremely dangerous by the health ombudsman.
[WATCH] Foreign businessmen told to leave KwaZulu-Natal
A group of disgruntled local businessmen has issued migrants with a warning to leave Durban by Thursday. KZN Premier Willies Mchunu called an urgent meeting in KwaMashu to avoid violence.
[WATCH] Ramaphosa responds to political killings in KZN
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the media in Durban to outline how the ANC intends to come to a solution for the ongoing political killings in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
[WATCH] Violence escalates in Mahikeng, Ramaphosa hopes to find solution
Violent protest are continuing in Mahikeng, North West. Protesters say that they will continue to demonstrate until Premier Supra Mahumapelo is removed from office.
[WATCH] Mahikeng on knife-edge as protesters demand Mahumapelo's removal
The capital of the North West has been on lockdown for the past couple of days as residents continue to protest demanding the removal of the 'corrupt' Premier Supra Mahumapelo.
[WATCH] Magashule reacts to ANC NW meeting concerning Mahumapelo
Secretary-General of the ANC Ace Magashule speaks to the media on the sidelines of a meeting of the ANC North West which was called to discuss the situation concerning the Premier Supra Mahumapelo.
[WATCH] Economic apartheid still exists, says Jesse Jackson
Civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson says black South Africans should demand a fairer share of the economic activity. He adds political apartheid was defeated but the struggle against economic apartheid continues.
[WATCH] ANC Women’s League holds memorial for Madikizela-Mandela
Hundreds of people flocked to Regina Mundi Church in Soweto to honour Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at a memorial hosted by the ANC Women’s League. Ace Magashule & Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma also attended.
WATCH: Night vigil held for Jacob Zuma
Supporters of former president, Jacob Zuma, held a night vigil at Albert Park in Durban. The Zuma supporters say they are expressing their solidarity ahead of Zuma’s court appearance on Friday.
[WATCH] Jacob Zuma backers mobilise ahead of court appearance
A group of religious leaders was joined by the Black First Land First members and other organisations as they announced several activities to be held in support of former president Jacob Zuma.
[WATCH] Amla: I do sympathise with Smith & company who made mistakes
Proteas star batsman Hashim Amla says he does sympathise with the Australians caught up in the ball-tampering scandal. Amla says that everyone makes mistakes and hope that those caught will learn from theirs.
[WATCH] Land grabs are an illegal act - Jeff Radebe
The ANC’s Secretary-General Ace Magashule was joined by Jeff Radebe as they released the ANC’s report and resolutions from its 54th national conference in December.