[WATCH] Unearthed: Ennerdale land invasions uncovered
Claims of corruption, dodgy deals and land invasions. EWN's Mia Lindeque and Reinart Toerien investigate what's behind the years of tensions over housing in Ennerdale.
[EXPLAINER] Dudu Myeni's Companies Tribunal woes
While the Companies Tribunal has reserved judgment on claims that SAA chair Dudu Myeni lied twice about a multi-billion rand Airbus deal, EWN's Gia Nicolaides explains what's going on.
[WATCH] #YouthDay in Ventersdorp marred by #AntiZuma chants
A group of people disrupted President Jacob Zuma during his keynote address at the Youth Day event in Ventersdorp on Friday.
[WATCH] To be, or not to be? Zuma does Shakespeare on Youth Day
President Jacob Zuma quoted William Shakespeare while drawing on personal experience to encourage thousands of young people in Ventersdorp to focus on getting educated.
[WATCH] Tears & Trauma: Forensic strike leaves over 200 incomplete autopsies
Scores of families are being denied closure after the death of their loved ones as a forensic workers' strike has left a heavy autopsy backlog in Gauteng.
[WATCH] Train crash kills 1, injures over 100
At least one person has died and over 100 have been injured after two trains collided near the Elandsfontein station during peak time morning traffic on Thursday.
[WATCH] Zuma calls on traditional leaders to help 'cure the nation'
Breaking his silence over the recent surge of violence against women in the country, President Jacob Zuma opened the inaugural Traditional Leaders' Indaba in Boksburg on Monday.
[WATCH] Sexwale on state capture: 'There's more than meets the eye'
Trillian Capital Partners non-executive chair Tokyo Sexwale held a press briefing talking State Capture investigations, his decision to leave the Gupta-linked company implicated in the public protector's 'State of Capture' report and the state of leadership in the ANC.
[WATCH] Ford Fury: 'A car for my brother's life'
The family of Reshall Jimmy, who died in December 2015 after his Ford Kuga caught alight, say they're sickened by the company offering a car as part of the compensation for his death.
[WATCH] Crowbars & crime: Tembisa evictions go awry
The City of Ekurhuleni says it is investigating claims of sexual harassment, assault and theft against the city’s metro police during recent shack demolitions in Tembisa.
[WATCH] 'Apartheid still exists in Coligny'
Some Coligny community members say the police & judiciary in their town discriminate against perpetrators of crimes based on race.
[WATCH] Matlhomola Moshoeu's father: I will never trust white people again
Nearly three weeks after a slain Coligny 16-year-old was identified as Matlhomola Moshoeu, EWN spoke to the parents of the boy who was killed, allegedly by two farmworkers.
[WATCH] #Coligny: EFF ready to march against 'police & judicial bias'
EFF supporters moved through the streets of Coligny in the North West on Thursday to garner support for their march on Friday against what they call police & judicial bias.
[EXPLAINER] The Molefe/ Glencore saga in 60 seconds
EWN's Gia Nicolaides takes us through the investigation where AmaBhungane revealed new evidence that Brian Molefe helped the Guptas grab a mine – and how Jacob Zuma shafted the then mining minister after, he says, he refused to play along.
[WATCH] Pickets & praise: Eskom boss returns to work
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe was met by protests and praise as he returned to work on Monday after a dispute over his R30 million pension payout.
[WATCH] Hundreds spend Freedom Day rallying against President Zuma
Leaders of various political parties reiterated their calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down during the Freedom Movement rally in Pretoria on Thursday.
[WATCH] Rubber bullets & clashes as Lichtenburg protesters demand services
Tensions between police and protesting residents ran high in Lichtenburg in the North West on Tuesday following ongoing service delivery protests.
[WATCH] Coligny residents burn property amid protests
It’s understood residents are outraged over the killing of a 12-year-old boy, allegedly at the hands of a local farmer.