FLIGHT PATH: The rules for international travellers to SA from 1 Oct
International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor and Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi held a briefing to announce the directives and regulations related to travel and transport under level 1 of the national COVID-19 lockdown.
Hawks make arrests over Free State asbestos project
The Hawks have arrested one suspect in Rosebank in connection with the R255 million Free State asbestos project. The Hawks have made a total of six arrests, with one more to come.
No illegal power for the people: Diepsloot residents decry disconnections
Eskom conducted an operation to remove illegal power connections in Diepsloot. But unhappy residents said they needed it for their safety and that government only came when they needed the votes.
GALLERY: Eskom removes illegal power connections in Diepsloot
Eskom technicians removed illegal power connections in Diepsloot on 29 September 2020. They were accompanied by the police and Red Ants as they conducted the operation. Residents looked on as their source of electricity was removed taken out.
Family of Nathaniel Julies welcome bail denial for 3 cops accused of his murder
The three police officers accused of murdering 16-year-old Nathaniel Julies were denied bail at the Protea Magistrates Court on 28 September 2020.
War against women - will we win with the President’s plan?
EWN senior reporter Nthakoana Ngatane in conversation with UN Women SA Multi-Country Office Representative Anne Githuku-Shongwe, DG of the Department of Women Mikateko Maluleke, and gender activist Lisa Vetten on 'Inside EWN: The Round Table'. This week's discussion: War against women - will we win with the President's plan?
#PutSouthAfricansFirst movement marches to Nigerian Embassy
A number of civil society organisations and ordinary citizens marched from Church Square in Pretoria to the Nigerian embassy to protest against human trafficking and illegal foreign nationals.
GALLERY: Put South Africans First march heads to Nigerian Embassy
Under the banner of #PutSouthAfricansFirst, small groups of people marched from Church Square in Pretoria to the Nigerian Embassy on 23 September 2020. They are protesting against human trafficking and illegal foreign nationals.
'I shot Nathaniel Julius, but I did not intend to kill him' - Accused cop
The three police officers accused of killing 16-year-old Nathaniel Julies returned to the Protea Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a bail application. The matter will continue on Wednesday.
GALLERY: Nathaniel Julies murder accused face bereaved family in court
Bridget Harris, the mother of Eldorado Park teen Nathaniel Julies, was accompanied by family members as the three police officers accused of his murder appeared in the Protea Magistrates Court on 22 September 2020 to apply for bail.
How has South African media fared in its COVID-19 coverage?
EWN Editor-in-Chief Mahlatse Mahlase in conversation with EWN Cape Town News Editor Charlotte Kilbane, Health Journalist and Media Trainer Pontsho Pilane, and Researcher at Media Monitor Africa Azola Dayile on 'Inside EWN: The Round Table'.This week's discussion: How has South African media fared in its COVID-19 coverage?
Level 1 lockdown has begun - COVID-19 Situation Desk 21 September
All the latest COVID-19 developments from South Africa and the world.
What you can do under level 1 lockdown
Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma addressed the media in a briefing outlining the regulations of alert level 1 lockdown
Logic behind curfew under level 1 lockdown explained
Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma explains why a curfew remains at alert level 1 of lockdown at a media briefing on Friday 18 September 2020.
John Steenhuisen: Would you vote for him?
Eyewitness News reporter Nkosikhona Duma had a virtual chat with Democratic Alliance interim leader and leadership candidate John Steenhuisen on a range of topics.
Steenhuisen on Maimane's 'Judas' jibe: I think it’s immature
Eyewitness News reporter Nkosikhona Duma had a virtual chat with Democratic Alliance interim leader and leadership candidate John Steenhuisen on a range of topics. Here he addresses accusations made by former DA leader Mmusi Maimane as well as being called ‘Judas Steenhuisen’ by the former party leader.
Steenhuisen: I've never shut down dissenting voices in the DA
Eyewitness News reporter Nkosikhona Duma had a virtual chat with Democratic Alliance interim leader and leadership candidate John Steenhuisen on a range of topics. Here he speaks on Mbali Ntuli, the former DA Youth leader who is also running for the party's leadership.
'Madiba is waiting to welcome you' - George Bizos laid to rest
A special state funeral was held for the late advocate George Bizos at the Greek Orthodox Church in Hillbrow. He was laid to rest at Westpark Cemetery.