Dear Transport Minister Mbalula: This is what we need you to fix urgently
EWN photojournalist Sethembiso Zulu spent two weeks documenting commuters’ daily travels and explored why so many wish they had other options.
ANC Sedibeng demand economic redevelopment of the Vaal
ANC members from branches in the Sedibeng, Vaal, region marched to Luthuli House in Johannesburg on Monday to hand over a memorandum of demands.
Duduzane Zuma judgment set for 12 July
Duduzane Zuma's lawyer argued that his client could not be guilty of culpable homicide because he couldn't have known that he would lose control of his car, resulting in the death of Phumzile Dube.
Homeless people after latest murder: 'We don’t know who’s next'
The body of a fifth homeless murder victim was found at a bus stop in Muckleneuk near Unisa, in Pretoria, and a police investigation has been launched. Community members said they were horrified.
GALLERY: Soweto Spin Fest: Drifting for youth
Crowds gathered at an empty plot near West Rand Garden on the N12 towards Potchefstroom to celebrate Youth Day on 16 June 2019.
Ramaphosa vs Malema: who did the vosho best?
President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the keynote address at this year's Youth Day celebrations at the Peter Mokaba Cricket Club in Polokwane, Limpopo.
Lesotho wool farmers: 'We need regime change' [Part3]
EWN reporter Nthakoana Ngatane interviews Khotsang Moshoeshoe who is lobbying South African buyers to boycott Lesotho wool. He has also called for South African farmers to stop exporting food to the kingdom until that government respects the rule of law.
Lesotho wool farmers: 'We need regime change' [Part2]
Lesotho wool and mohair farmers say they were forced by government to export through Chinese-owned broker Maseru Dawning last year, but many are still queuing at banks, waiting to get their money.
Lesotho wool farmers: 'We need regime change' [Part1]
EWN reporter Nthakoana Ngatane interviews Khotsang Moshoeshoe who is lobbying SA buyers to boycott Lesotho wool and mohair. Farmers say they were forced by the government to export through Chinese-owned broker Maseru Dawning last year, but many are still queuing at banks, waiting to get their money.
Zondo commission could have been avoided - Jacob Zuma
Former President Jacob Zuma’s application for a permanent stay of prosecution wrapped up after the fourth day of proceedings on 24 May 2019 in the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Pietermaritzburg.
NPA abused its power, violated and delayed processes - Thales
French arms company Thales faces charges of paying bribes to former president Jacob Zuma for protection against an investigation into the controversial arms deal.
Julius Malema: 90% of EFF MPs will be replaced
EFF leader Julius Malema says the party has identified their weaknesses and they will work on them.
IFP confirms member shot dead at KZN polling station
IFP national treasurer and elections head Narend Singh has confirmed the killing of the party member on 8 May 2019.
IEC does not have proper systems to run elections - BLF
BLF Kwazulu-Natal provincial spokesperson Thobani Zikalala says they are disappointed with the IEC with regards to allegations of duplicate voting.
The ANC will win, we worked hard - Dlamini-Zuma
While visiting the KwaZulu-Natal IEC results centre a day after the country voted, Minister in the Presidency Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said the ANC had worked hard to ensure it would continue leading.
Suspect votes in KZN will count - IEC
Twenty people have been arrested in KwaZulu-Natal on allegations of “double voting”.
Inside the KwaZulu-Natal results operation centre
EWN's Nthakoana Ngatane gives an update on developments from the KwaZulu-Natal results operation centre, where 18.0 % of votes have been counted so far.
'I feel the absence of my wife': Mangosuthu Buthelezi casts his vote alone
IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi cast his vote without his wife for the first time on 8 May. Princess Irene Audrey Thandekile Buthelezi died in March this year. The prince voted in his hometown, Ulundi, in KwaZulu-Natal.