GALLERY: Joburg fans welcome the Springboks and Webb Ellis Cup
The Johannesburg CBD streets were packed full of fans as the Springboks made their tour through the city.
GALLERY: A rapturous welcome for the Springboks
Fans packed the arrival hall of OR Tambo International Airport, waiting for the Springboks to arrive home after winning the Rugby World Cup 2019.
GALLERY: Zimbabweans, African leaders pay final tribute to Robert Mugabe
Supporters, African leaders and dignitaries paid their final respects at the funeral of the late former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare.
GALLERY: Songs and praise as Mugabe's body arrives in Zimbabwe
The body of former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe arrived in the capital Harare, where it was received by a large government delegation and ordinary citizens on Wednesday.
Moosah Daud (26) dies in Hillbrow police raid
Police said that a man died after falling six storeys to his death in Hillbrow on Wednesday night.
SA soldiers return from the front lines
As soldiers return from the Democratic Republic of Congo after a year deployed abroad, often engaged in firefights with enemy combatants, and sharing some of their stories with EWN, new troops get ready to ship out.
How much money did you lose to fraud?
The South African Banking Risk Information Centre released its 2018 stats on baking-related crime.
'Can we save the dignity of a black child?': Alex residents march to Sandton
Residents of Alexandra township marched into Sandton on Wednesday, 19 June, demanding an improvement in service delivery from Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba.
'Borders' Episode 1: Guns, Drugs & People
Guns, drugs, people and vehicles: these are smuggled across our borders daily. But on the line, the military plays cat and mouse with criminal syndicates, as they try and one-up the border patrols. 'Borders' is a four-part series focusing on what goes in and out of South Africa’s borders, and what happens to the goods when they're inside the country's borders.
SA forces repel rebel attacks in DRC
Highly-trained South African soldiers deployed in the DRC decimated opposition forces belonging to rebel group ADF in a recent battle that left 23 dead.
Duduzane Zuma testifies in culpable homicide trial
Culpable homicide-accused Duduzane Zuma has given his account of the events that led to his car crash which resulted in the death of Phumzile Dube on 1 February 2014.
Smaller parties question integrity of 2019 elections
Small parties, who feel that there has been negligence by the IEC in conducting free and fair elections, publicly objected to the results of the 2019 elections at the IEC results operations centre in Pretoria.
Ramaphosa votes in Soweto, residents speak out on hopes, fears
President Cyril Ramaphosa cast his vote in Chiawelo, Soweto, but so too did thousands of South Africans, some of whom are not convinced he can give them the South Africa they want.
[GALLERY] ANC Siyanqoba 2019: This is the last chance for hope
ANC supporters flocked to the Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg for the party's final Siyanqoba rally, where Cyril Ramaphosa gave the keynote address.
The front line of peace: What it’s like to be an SA soldier abroad
Conflict in Africa is prevented from spilling over to civilians by soldiers such as South Africa's own Captain Samuel Zulu. He gives a personal account of what it’s like to fight in some of Africa’s combat zones.
'Aunty Pat' seeks inspiration in Soweto
GOOD party leader Patricia de Lille made an appearance at Soweto's famous Vilakazi Street to campaign for the 2019 elections.
SA swimmers bag 5 gold medals at Special Olympics
South African swimming team has been doing exceptionally well at the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi, so far taking home five gold medals and still has upcoming heats.
Team SA get game faces on, Drogba rolls back the years at Special Olympics
The Special Olympics World Games 2019 opened with song and celebration in Abu Dhabi at the Zayed Sports City, with thousands of participants and supporters present.