‘Malawi-bound bus driver must be punished’
The owner of the bus left a group of Malawian nationals stranded for nearly a month.
Stranded Malawians are finally heading home
Thirty-eight Malawian nationals have been living on the side of the road in Benoni after their bus broke down.
One of the twins born to stranded Malawian mother dies
The mother was part of a group of 38 Malawian nationals stranded on a broken bus in Benoni for a month.
[WATCH] Nightmare bus trip for 38 stranded Malawians
What was meant to be a two-day trip home resulted in a nightmare journey for 38 Malawian nationals who have been stranded in Gauteng for nearly a month on a broken bus.
Social development steps in to help dozens of stranded Malawians
Concerned community members in Benoni have been helping the group with donations of food and water.
38 Malawians stranded, living in broken bus for over a month
The bus driver fled following the breakdown of the vehicle in Benoni last month.
[WATCH] ANCYL President Collen Maine visits Soweto schools
To commemorate the beginning of Youth Month, ANC Youth League President Collen Maine visited Orlando West High School in Soweto to give pupils encouragement ahead of their exams and to remind them of struggle previous generations endured.
[WATCH] Frustration & birthday celebrations as Gautrain delayed for hours
The Gautrain experienced technical problems on Wednesday morning between Sandton and Park Station, causing massive delays, but one woman was all smiles when people in the cue serenaded her with a birthday song.
[WATCH] Mantashe: State capture discussion will continue within ANC
ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe says eight people came forward to report incidents of state capture but only one person was prepared to make a written submission, therefore rendering the party's investigation "fruitless".
[WATCH] We ran for our lives, say Hammanskraal survivors
Survivors of an attack on security officials in Hammanskraal have told Eyewitness News how they feared for their lives as they were trapped in a maze of shacks and chased by angry residents.
[WATCH] Hammanskraal evictions, demolitions halted… for now
Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Paul Mashatile has suspended evictions in Hammanskraal after two days of confusion about the fate of residents.
Hammanskraal residents: Councillor gave us this land
Hammanskraal residents say their local councillor told them to build their shacks in the area. They've condemned the actions of police and the Red Ants following two days of violent protest in the area.
UPDATE: Residents, police’s meeting restores calm in Hammanskraal
Two people were killed and several others injured in clashes which started two days ago.
Angry Hammanskraal residents remain defiant amid protests
Protests again erupted in the area today which saw two people being killed in violent clashes yesterday.
Hammanskraal evictions on hold amid violent protest action
The Red Ants have been contracted to remove shacks in the troubled township.
At least 5 arrested in Hammanskraal violence, protests continue
Residents of Hammanskraal are back on the streets this morning, to protest against evictions.
[WATCH] NPA to appeal controversial spy tapes ruling
Prosecutions boss Shaun Abrahams has announced that the National Prosecutions Authority will appeal the High Court’s decision, which set aside the withdrawal of criminal charges against President Jacob Zuma.
[WATCH] State capture, protests among hot topics at Kingsmead Book Fair
The annual fifth Kingsmead Book Fair allowed readers and writers to participate in intimate discussions throughout the day, with topics ranging from higher education to state capture.