[WATCH] Lisbon building firefighters leave hospital
Two fighters who survived the deadly Bank of Lisbon building fire that killed three of their colleagues were discharged from hospital on Monday. Livhuwani Maumela and Moleko Bereng spent 2 months at the Milpark Hospital recovering from extensive burn wounds to their hands.
[WATCH] Hogan: Zuma interfered in appointment of Transnet CEO
EWN reporter Clement Manyathela gives the latest update from the state capture inquiry. Former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan says the ANC often interfered in appointing senior officials at SOEs.
[WATCH] VBS Bank: 2 top accountants get second chance to appear at Saica hearing
Former VBS Bank CEO Andile Ramavhunga and former Vele Investments chair Tshifhiwa Matodzi failed to arrive on Friday, but the committee believes it could have done more to communicate with them.
[WATCH] Sexual harassment at SABC hits families hard
The independent commission of inquiry into sexual harassment at the SABC found that the impact on the victims had far-reaching consequences, including unemployment.
[WATCH] SABC: Reputation building not the focus after sexual harassment inquiry
An independent commission of inquiry into sexual harassment claims at the SABC made public its findings and recommendations. SABC CEO Madoda Mxakwe says the board has accepted the report in its entirety and takes the recommendations seriously.
[WATCH] Fists fly during Ramaphosa Q&A
[WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE] The parliamentary sitting on Tuesday was suspended for five minutes after a physical altercation broke out between EFF and Agang MPs. The Agang's Andries Tlouamma and the EFF's Nazier Paulsen were asked to leave.
[WATCH] Judge rules HHP's funeral must go on
Judge Ratha Mokgoatlheng has ruled that Jabulani 'HHP' Tsambo and Lerato Sengadi were married per customary law, but that the Mahikeng funeral arranged by his family must go ahead.
[WATCH] 6,800 Gauteng learners still not placed for 2019
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says 6,800 pupils have not yet been placed. Lesufi had been confident that all 16,000 pupils would be placed, but has admitted that his department has not managed to meet that target.
[WATCH] A night of glamorous giving with 5 for Change
Joburgers dressed up and opened their pockets to raise funds for 5 selected social enterprise beneficiaries through 5 for Change's annual black-tie gala event. Bonang Matheba was honoured for her foundation's work.
[VIDEO] 'I've lost a brother, I've lost a best friend'
Tributes are pouring in for Jabulani 'Hip Hop Pantsula' Tsambo after the Motswalo rapper died. His close friend Tshepiso Mogale says he will miss HHP's authenticity.
[WATCH] Family of HHP requests privacy following his death
The family of veteran hip-hop artist Jabulani Tsambo have asked for privacy during their time of mourning. The rapper, known for spitting bars in Setswana, passed away on 24 October.
[WATCH] Cops arrested for TUT student murder granted bail
Two police officers arrested for the murder of Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) student Katlego Monareng have been released on R2,000 bail each.
[WATCH] K.O: SA hip-hop about the people
South African hip-hop artist K.O says there is more to South African hip-hop than musicians making music about themselves. He says his next album is for the people.
[WATCH] What to expect from Mboweni's maiden MTBPS
Newly appointed Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is set to deliver the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement on 24 October. EWN's Mashudu Masutha takes a look at what we can expect.
[WATCH] Media freedom comes with responsibility
19 October is commemorated as Media Freedom Day, marking the day that several news publications were banned in 1977. EWN journalists share what media freedom means to them in 2018.
[WATCH] Mcebo Dlamini: State has no case against me
#FeesMustFall activist Mcebo Dlamini's trial is set to start on Friday. The student leader, who will appear on charges of assault and public violence, says the State fails people of the country and he is convinced that he will win his case.
[WATCH] SA's word of the year is ...
South Africa's word of the year 2018 is... 'land expropriation without compensation'. According to the PanSALB, the term has been identified as the most widely used phrase across all media this year.
[VIDEO] Indonesia: 'I could smell the dead bodies under the rubble'
EWN reporter Ziyanda Ngcobo takes you inside the recent Indonesia earthquake. Ngcobo travelled with NGO, Gift of the Givers, who responded to the international call for humanitarian aid in the country.