Taraji P Henson talks 'making it cool' for black people to tackle mental health
Speaking to EWN, the Hollywood actress says black people often don't get the necessary help because they are misdiagnosed or told to pray it away.
In pictures: Dr Judy Dlamini inaugurated as Wits University's new chancellor
Wits University announced Dr Judy Dlamini's appointment in August, making her the first black female in the position at the institution.
Cell C says nationwide network outage was caused by load shedding
Frustrated users took to social media to inquire about the problem and the network explained that the issue was as a result of load shedding.
[WATCH] 'I want it all' - Michael B. Jordan on telling great stories
EWN digital specialist Lungelo Matangira sits down with Hollywood star Michael B. Jordan who was in the country to promote his latest movie 'Creed II'.
[WATCH] A black Adam Catzavelos & annoying stereotypes - Nando's turns up heat
From stereotypes about people's accents, how they look, the jobs they do and how they act, all the way to a black Adam Catzavelos, Nando's one-minute ad is one most South Africans will relate to.
One year after the fall of Mugabe: Is the new dawn in Zimbabwe real?
Eyewitness News looks back at significant things that have happened in Zimbabwe a year after Robert Mugabe's fall.
5 key quotes from Pravin Gordhan's state capture inquiry testimony
Unlike Monday, Gordhan went into a bit more detail on a number of topics, including the Guptas, The 'New Age' business breakfasts, his relationship with Tom Moyane and Bell Pottinger's targeted disinformation campaign.
Get to know the shortlisted NDPP candidates
Eyewitness News looks at the 5 candidates shortlisted for the position of National Director of Public Prosecutions.
'I'm uncaptured' & other key quotes from Gordhan on Guptas & State Capture
Pravin Gordhan has been very outspoken about state capture, often castigating those involved in it and calling for action to be taken against them.
Google celebrates birthday anniversay of 1st black woman in SA to publish novel
Miriam Tlali was working as a bookkeeper at a furniture store in Johannesburg when she began writing her semi-autobiographical novel 'Muriel at Metropolitan' in 1969.
'I’ve been building houses for 25 years, and I’m still living in a shack'
Humans of New York is currently in Johannesburg, going around various undisclosed locations, chatting to ordinary South Africans.
SA legends Mahotella Queens, Shwi Nom'tekhala in #FillUpMosesMabhida line-up
The concert is part of Nyovest's conquest to be the first solo local artist to fill up South Africa's major venues and stadiums, which began with the TicketPro Dome in Johannesburg a couple of years ago.
Mantashe: 'If we continue with fighting, we will destroy the ANC'
Mineral Resources Minister and ANC national chairperson Gwede Mantashe took to his Twitter account to encourage all members of the ANC to unite the party and work together.
Soweto Theatre to be renamed after legendary playwright Gibson Kente
Gibson Kente was regarded as the father of black theatre in South Africa.
BLF asks public for R100k donation to contest 2019 elections
The BLF is asking the public to help it raise R100,000 to pay the required charge required by the Independent Electoral Commission.
[WATCH] Hip-hop hits that HHP gave the world
HHP was behind giving South Africans memorable hits such as 'Bosso', 'Jabba' and 'Music and Lights'.
What do you need to pass matric?
Qualifying to write your matric exams means meeting a number of pass requirements in the terms leading up to the exams. Here's a breakdown of how you need to perform.
'I have chosen to forgive' - Tumi Morake on moving on
Tumi Morake's book 'And Then Mama Said' relates lessons she learnt from her late mother, whom she describes as a pillar in her life and best friend.