Special Olympics hits the Yas Links - Abu Dhabi
South Africa's team of Special Olympics golfers took to the Yas Links in Abu Dhabi to hone their techniques ahead of their competition on Sunday.
Special Olympics World Games 2019 opens with majesty
The Special Olympics World Games 2019 opened with song and celebration in Abu Dhabi at the Zayed Sports City to thousands of participants and supporters present.
Drogba hits Abu Dhabi for Special Olympics
Special Olympics athletes got to play football with one of the sport's legends Didier Drogba in Abu Dhabi for the Special Olympics World Games 2019.
The Torch of Hope arrives in Abu Dhabi
The Special Olympics Flame of Hope torch completed its journey in front of thousands of spectators at the opening ceremony in Abu Dhabi.
Worth more than gold: The fight for South Africa’s rhinos isn't over
In the Pilanesberg in South Africa's North West province, an NGO, Rhino911, is fighting what they say is a losing battle to save what is left of the South African rhino population.
Wayde van Niekerk on track to recovery
Olympic 400m champion Wayde van Niekerk describes his recovery process after a knee injury which left him unable to compete in 2018.
Wayde van Niekerk talks Caster Semenya vs IAAF
Olympic champion Wayde van Niekerk describes fellow Olympian Caster Semenya as a 'super strong' representative for female athletes and say that her fight with the IAAF will only make her stronger.
How a drug bust goes down
From the stakeout to arrests, the JMPD K9 Unit took EWN behind the scenes of a drug bust.
[WATCH] Cosatu warns of 'a future of joblessness'
Cosatu members marched to the Gauteng legislature to hand over a memorandum demanding an end to retrenchments in state-owned enterprises, specifically Eskom.
[GALLERY] Cosatu: We can't allow ourselves to be retrenched
Cosatu members held several marches across the country in protest against unemployment, the current wave of retrenchments and income inequality. Take a look at the Gauteng march.
[WATCH] Lip syncing: Inside vaginal rejuvenation in SA
Why are more South African women embracing the idea of revitalising their vaginas, and what are the procedures they’re paying for in the quest for the perfect privates?
[WATCH] Fitness: A solution to the male midlife crisis?
Cocaine, porn and sports cars are becoming less popular coping mechanisms for men between the ages of 35 and 50. Their new addiction: fitness.
[WATCH] NPA drops charges against Duduzane Zuma
Charges against Duduzane Zuma have been provisionally withdrawn by the NPA as was heard in the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Johannesburg.
[WATCH] Headlines of all major news stories in 2018
Service delivery protests, criminals getting apprehended, listeriosis, the Gupta raids and more - Here is a wrap-up of 2018 in local news.
[WATCH] Cannabis Expo hits SA
The long-awaited Cannabis Expo began at Time Square in Menlyn, showcasing some of the latest information on cannabis use.
[WATCH] 'Be prepared to die' - Joburg’s toughest cop
Tasked with combating some of the deadliest crimes, JMPD K9 officer Muaath Maharaj says every day he makes sure he leaves the house on good terms with his family, in case he doesn’t come home alive.
[WATCH] How police allowed Global Citizen Festival crime spree to happen
EWN unpacks exactly how the police failed to respond to Global Citizen concert-goers who fell victim to criminals outside the FNB Stadium.
[WATCH] Cele: 50 cases opened, 15 arrested after #GlobalCitizen Fest attacks
Minister of Police Bheki Cele has released a statement on accusations that police failed the public at the Global Citizen concert on Sunday, 2 December 2018.