Numsa reiterates its support for Caster Semenya
Numsa has labelled the IAAF's proposed rules as sexist, racist and specifically aimed at Semenya.
Rhema Bible Church roof collapses in Randburg after heavy rains
The auditorium was meant to host a dialogue between education Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi and SRC pupils to talk about bullying.
Beyond Caster: Sex Verification of Athletes
In 2009, South Africa learned about the IAAF calling into question the sex of Olympic Caster Semenya. How long has sex testing existed in athletics, and how has it affected athletes?
Tuks host Maties in pick of Varsity Cup fixtures
EWN Sport previews Round 3 of Varsity Cup action. The pick of the fixtures sees Tuks hosting Maties whilst CUT take on UJ as they search for their first points of the campaign.
SA rallies behind Caster Semenya ahead of CAS hearing
The star athlete faces being barred from competing in certain races due to new regulations by the International Association of Athletics Federations.
No immediate threat of load shedding, says Eskom
The power utility has been the cause of frustration and uncertainty for many businesses after almost a week of load sheding that went all the way up to stage four last week.
3 killed, 1 hospitalised after Centurion road crash
The accident took place on Sunday and three passengers were declared on the scene.
Nsfas students urged to ‘sign acknowledgements of debt’ before registration
This comes after campuses in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal were shut down, with protesters calling for the scrapping of historical debt.
Family survives attack by robbers after being followed from OR Tambo Airport
Authorities say a scuffle broke out before the suspects managed to escape in a white Toyota Corolla.
How did we get here? The Eskom crisis explained
Following four days of load shedding around the country, Eyewitness News explains how Eskom reached this point.
Bulls maul Stormers at Loftus
The match was expected to be a hotly contested one as both teams were looking to get their campaigns off to a good start.
[EXCLUSIVE] Nico Rosberg calls on Johann Rupert to bring Formula 1 back to SA
Speaking to EWN Sport ahead of the Laureus Sports Awards, Nico Rosberg said South Africa is on top of the list of destinations where Formula 1 should return to.
[WATCH] Power play: Eskom says load shedding won't be a daily thing
With Eskom having implemented stage 4 load shedding on Monday 11 February 2019, and the expectation of power cuts continuing into April, the utility says there won't be power cuts every day.
[WATCH] What to expect from the FNB Varsity Cup round 2
EWN Sport takes a look at what you can expect in this week's Varsity Cup action.
[WATCH] BLF leader: We can't mourn white lives while inequality persists
Andile Mngximata has defended spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp's comments on the Hoerskool Driehoek tragedy which claimed the lives of four pupils and injured more than 20.
[WATCH] Fitness: A solution to the male midlife crisis?
Cocaine, porn and sports cars are becoming less popular coping mechanisms for men between the ages of 35 and 50. Their new addiction: fitness.
Proteas crash to 8-wicket defeat in Pink ODI against Pakistan
South Africa got off to a poor start as they lost Quinton de Kock inside the first two overs.
Unisa urges prospective students to register soon
The university says it made the decision to extend the resignation period due to an addition of 25,000 students.