Locked & loaded: After 22 years, Dudley Malgas fires noon gun one last time
Chief Petty Officer Dudley Malgas has fired the canon on Signal Hill more than 6,500 times. The noon gunner signals his last fire before he retires after 22 years of service.
Kirsten Landman: Meet Africa’s first female Dakar competitor
In 2013, an accident during the Desert 1000 race left Kirsten Landman at death's door and with a fear of enduro racing. Landman conquered this fear and will be competing in the 2020 Dakar Rally and becoming Africa's first female competitor.
Theewaterskloof farmers: It will take 3 years to undo drought damage
As dam levels continue to rise, EWN visited Western Cape farms to find out how the drought affected production. Gelukstroom farm supervisor Rita Valentine says extensive planning and adapting production methods was the only way they survived.
CT soccer fans catch glimpse of English Premier League trophy
Leeds United legend Lucas Radebe, in partnership with Cadbury, took the English Premier League trophy across the country to share the coveted piece of silverware with fans.
Noxolo Cesane: Playing for Banyana Banyana a dream come true
Noxolo Cesane from Gugulethu made her Banyana Banyana debut at the 2019 Cosafa Women's Championship. The 18-year-old defender helped the national women's side to a third straight title.
Nick Holden: More eSports gaming opportunities needed in SA
The African Cyber Gaming League has held 200,00 matches and 917 eSports tournaments. Nick Holden co-founded the league four years ago and aims to expose more people to eSports.
806 wanted suspects among those arrested since SANDF deployment in CT
Police Minister Bheki Cele delivered an update on the successes of Operation Lockdown in Tafelsig, Mitchells Plain.
Kyle Verreynne: You have to earn everything. Nothing comes easy
Cape Cobras cricketer Kyle Verreynne chats about being named 2018 newcomer of the year. He also explains how his dad and brother influenced his cricket career.
#TotalShutdown One year later, Parkwood resident still waiting for houses
Several roads were closed as communities across Cape Town took to the streets as part of the Gatvol Capetonian shutdown. The movement is calling on the City of Cape Town to provide land for backyard dwellers.
A first in Africa. Six-year-old gets ‘new blood’ in ground-breaking procedure
Ruveshni Lewis from George is the recipient of a cutting-edge non-surgical cardiac procedure at the Red Cross War Memorial Hospital in Cape Town.
Jean de Villiers: The Players Fund brings people together through rugby
Former Springbok captain and newly appointed chairperson of the Players Fund Jean De Villiers chats about life after rugby, and explains how the fund is helping injured rugby players adjust to their new lifestyle.
Mitchells Plain steeplechase star running down Olympic dream
Competing in his first international race, Ashley Smith took bronze in the 3,000 metre steeplechase event at the 2019 World Student Games in Napoli. The 23-year-old athlete has only met his coach twice in 8 months because they live in different cities.
Ramaphosa’s Mandela Day at Red Cross: ‘My spirit was uplifted’
President Cyril Ramaphosa spent his Mandela Day at Red Cross Children's Hospital with the children at RX Radio. Established in November 2016, the station is run by children and former patients. The platform gives them the chance to become radio reporters.
A week later, SANDF finally deployed to CT gang hot-spots
The military released their soldiers to help stabilise gang hot-spots, while law enforcement agencies conducted raids in Manenberg and Hanover Park.
Ramaphosa’s Mandela Day at the Red Cross: ‘My spirit was uplifted’
President Cyril Ramaphosa spent his Mandela Day with the children at RX Radio.
Established in November 2016, the station is run by children and former patients. The platform gives them chance to become radio reporters.
SANDF finally deployed to CT gang hot-spots
The military has released their soldiers to help stabilise gang hot-spots, while law enforcement agencies conducted raids in the area.
GALLERY: SANDF boots finally hit the ground in Cape Town
The South African National Defence Force arrived in Cape Town on 18 July 2019, one week after Police Minister Bheki Cele announced troops would be deployed to gang-plagued areas on the Cape Flats to assist the South African Police Service.
Speed Dating: WP secret to Craven Week success
Unbeaten at 2019's Craven Week in Bloemfontein, Western Province head coach Faizel Adam attributed his team's success to the family-like atmosphere and... Speed dating.