Mlambo-Ngcuka: Men are the ‘most vicious’ when it comes to women’s bodies
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN under-secretary-general and executive director of UN Women as well as former deputy president of South Africa, is frustrated about the IAAF’s ruling against Caster Semenya. She explains to the 702 African State of Mind podcast why men “need to leave women and their bodies”.
Mlambo-Ngcuka: The women’s ministry can succeed with the right leader
Former SA deputy president Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, who's the current UN under-secretary-general and executive director of UN Women, has some advice for president-elect Cyril Ramaphosa in the 702 African State of Mind podcast.
Arnie's biggest inspiration is an SA bodybuilding icon
The main man behind the Arnold Classic Africa sports festival, Arnold Schwarzenegger, revealed that the person who inspires him most is South African.
Ramaphosa: 'They wanted Gauteng, now they're licking their wounds'
Thousands of ANC supporters gathered outside the party's headquarters in Johannesburg where President Cyril Ramaphosa thanked them for voting the party back into power for a sixth consecutive term.
GALLERY: 'Ons het hulle geskop' - Ramaphosa thanks supporters for election win
Thousands of ANC supporters gathered outside Luthuli House in Johannesburg where President Cyril Ramaphosa thanked them for voting the party back into power for the sixth term.
No secret vote here! The elderly cast their ballots
Elections kicked off with thousands voting in a special vote on 6 and 7 May while the rest of South Africa will be granted the opportunity on Wednesday, 8 May. EWN visited Soweto Home for the Aged where elderly voters let us in on who they gave their vote.
GALLERY: Tshela Thupa rally: EFF is unstoppable, unshaken
The Economic Freedom Fighters held its final Tshela Thupa rally in Soweto where party leader Julius Malema promised a better education system.
Maimane pleads for 5 years to govern
Addressing thousands of supporters at the DA’s final election rally in Soweto, Mmusi Maimane said he didn’t expect voters’ loyalty for life, but he asked voters to give the party a chance to fulfill its election promises to the electorate.
R20bn project will create 10,000 jobs in City of Johannesburg
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba revealed a R20 billion investment for rejuvenation of the inner city with mixed-use developments for student and affordable accommodation, with rentals starting at R900 per month.
Busting the hot cross buns and breathalyser myth
Can hot cross buns land you behind bars? EWN puts a hot cross bun and a breathalyser to the test with the help of the Johannesburg Metro Police Department.
Tiger Woods hits new career high with memorable masters win
Tiger Woods won the 83rd Masters on Sunday, capturing his 15th major title to cement an epic return from scandal and injuries that once threatened his career. EWN sports reporter Philasande Sixaba takes a look at what this means for Woods.
Soweto residents demand title deeds amidst wave of GP protests
Several protests rocked Gauteng on 12 April. Soweto protestors handed over a memorandum to Gauteng Premier David Makhura after they took to the streets demanding title deeds and maintenance to the flats in which they live.
Ramaphosa thanks Alex demonstrators for peaceful protest
President Cyril Ramaphosa told the people of Alexandra that he was in the township on Thursday because he had listened to their cries and applauded them for protesting without violence.
What Malema had to say about VBS, Ramaphosa's 'new dawn' & Emmerson Mnangagwa
EFF leader Julius Malema addressed several questions including VBS, Zimbabwe farmers and the 'Gangster State' book disruption at a media briefing after launching the party's election advert at their headquarters in Johannesburg. Malema said the new dawn introduced by ANC leader Cyril Ramaphosa was showing South Africans "flames". He also said Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa would not finish his term.
Sho Madjozi: It's weird that young people aren't excited to vote
Speaking after her performance at Vivonation Lifestyle Festival where thousands of fans gathered, musician Sho Madjozi said she's excited to be voting and that young people have all the power in the country because their vote holds weight.
GALLERY: Siyaya e-Egypt! Bafana touchdown in SA after qualifying for Afcon
Hundreds of supporters donned their yellow and green regalia outside the international arrivals terminal to catch a glimpse, and selfie for the lucky ones, with members of the national team who landed back in the country after beating Libya 2-1 to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations.
No township, no vote! Ebumnandini residents threaten election shutdown
Following years of limited service delivery, residents of an unproclaimed township say that if their demands are not met, they will shut down the area on 8 May and no one will be allowed to vote.
Party with a purpose: Sjava calls for an end to violence in SA
During his performance at what's been dubbed the biggest house party, BET award winner Sjava called for an end to violence and abuse in the country.