In 2 minutes - What stage 4 load shedding means for you
Stage 4 load shedding was implemented by Eskom over the weekend. Here's what this means for you.
Mcebisi Jonas returns to state capture inquiry for cross-examination
Former Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas returned to the state capture inquiry and faced legal teams of Fana Hlongwane and Duduzane Zuma.
Leaked audio: MEC Faith Mazibuko threatens staff, uses racist language
In a leaked recording of a meeting, Gauteng MEC for Sports Faith Mazibuko pressured her staff to build sporting facilities and use these events to campaign for the ANC ahead of elections.
What is the PIC Amendment Bill & why are some ministers trying to stop it?
Parliament approved a bill aimed at strengthening the Public Investment Corporation but some government officials are trying to stop the bill from being passed.
Inside intelligence: What the report on State Security Agency reveals
EWN unpacks the report by a panel that reviewed the State Security Agency (SSA); it found there's been 'political malpurposing and factionalisation' of the country’s intelligence community.
Mpumalanga police shoot man after he attacks former school with bricks
Video footage has emerged of a former pupil of Mmametlhake Secondary School in Mpumalanga throwing bricks at the school building, damaging the windows. Police were called to the school and after the man attacked the police officers, he was shot in the leg.
Killed over sunflowers: A look back at the Coligny case
In 2017, the small town in the North West was rocked by violent protests after a 16-year-old boy was killed by two men who accused him of stealing sunflowers. As the men return to court for sentencing, EWN takes a look back at the case.
Nyanda: I declined to meet the Guptas outside my office
Former Communications Minister Siphiwe Nyanda believes he was fired from Cabinet after repeatedly refusing to meet the Guptas outside of his office.