IN PICTURES: Entrepreneurs brave sweltering KZN heat at IFP conference
Entrepreneurs braved the sweltering heat of Ulundi in KwaZulu-Natal on 24 August 2019 during the party's elective conference. Delegates were spoilt for choice with a variety of food, drinks and party regalia on offer.
Former President Zuma & state capture: A timeline
Former President Jacob Zuma is set to appear before the commission of inquiry into state capture where he’s been implicated by a number of people who’ve already testified. The commission said that this was an opportunity for Zuma to give his side of the story.
Proteas return home after disappointing CWC performance
After five losses and three wins in the group phase of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, South Africa’s national cricket team has returned home.
What to know about Makhura’s plans for Gauteng
Just in case you missed Gauteng Premier David Makhura’s State of the Province Address on Monday, here’s all you need to know about his ideas to make the province great.
Vicki Momberg’s bid to appeal conviction, sentence dismissed
Convicted racist Vicki Momberg's bid to appeal her conviction and sentence has been dismissed. Momberg was in the Johannesburg High Court on Friday for judgment in her crimen injuria case. She was found guilty of four counts of crimen injuria for using the k-word 48 times when she racially abused a police officer in 2016.
Col’Cacchio's cannabis pizza is tasty, but misses the high point
The new chicken and vegetarian additions are delicious. But they don't make you feel high.
Bosasa, money laundering & Ramaphosa - explained
With all the back and forth about Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s investigation into Cyril Ramaphosa’s donation from Bosasa, EWN’s Clement Manyathela clears the confusion.
ANC lays criminal charges against Steve Hofmeyr for Van Damme, Mandela comments
The ANC has opened a case of crimen injuria and incitement to violence against Afrikaans musician Steve Hofmeyr.
Everything you need to know from Sona 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his State of the Nation Address on 20 June 2019. Here is everything you need to know.
The moment a Khoisan praise singer ushered in President Ramaphosa
For the first time in history, a Khoisan praise singer led the president of South Africa into Parliament for a State of the Nation Address.
Floyd Shivambu: The EFF has never disrupted Parliament
Ahead of Sona 2019, EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu said that the EFF would have a meeting before the president’s address to decide whether they had urgent questions they needed to raise.
Warm welcome for Banyana Banyana after World Cup exit
The national women’s football team has returned to South Africa after playing in their first World Cup ever, having failed to make it out of the group stages.
DA’s Phumzile Van Damme punches alleged racist at V&A Waterfront
DA member of Parliament Phumzile Van Damme used Twitter to share an alleged racist incident that took place at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.
Bathabile Dlamini: I don’t drink, I’m epileptic
EWN's Clement Manyathela sat down for an exclusive interview with Bathabile Dlamini - one day after her resignation as a member of Parliament. Here she speaks about the impact negative reports about her have made on her family.
Bathabile Dlamini: ANC is not ready for a woman president
EWN's Clement Manyathela sat down for an exclusive interview with Bathabile Dlamini - one day after her resignation as a member of Parliament. Here she speaks about the ANC and South Africa's readiness for a woman president.
EXCLUSIVE: Bathabile Dlamini says Sassa criticism felt like rape
In an exclusive interview with EWN's Clement Manyathela, former minister Bathabile Dlamini spoke about the SASSA debacle and the criticism she faced. Dlamini was speaking a day after she resigned as a member of Parliament.
EXCLUSIVE: Why Bathabile Dlamini resigned from Parliament
EWN's Clement Manyathela sat down for an exclusive interview with Bathabile Dlamini and spoke about why she decided to resign as a member of Parliament.
Jeff Radebe resigns from Parliament after 25 years as an MP
South Africa’s longest-serving minister, Jeff Radebe, resigned on Monday - the same day as Siyabonga Cwele, now former minister of home affairs.