Cindy Poluta's emotional first drive to work without Alfred
On her first morning drive to work after hearing the news of her friend Alfred's death, Cindy Poluta shared her memories.
‘We want TVs!’: Black Friday shoppers up since midnight to get the best deals
Hundreds of people stood in queues for hours on Thursday night, as selected stores opened for Black Friday at midnight.
Meet the 2019 Springbok World Cup squad
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus announced his final 31-man squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup on Monday.
'This is no time to dream' - Politicians react to Ramaphosa's Sona
Politicians react to President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address where he outlined seven priorities for the new administration.
Cele calls on his officers to 'make SA smell roses' ahead of inauguration
As the country prepares for the presidential inauguration on Saturday, 25 May 2019, Police Minister Bheki Cele congratulated his officers on a job well done during the elections. He said they needed to finish strong and help South Africa make a good impression to the world.
DA's Maimane confident of majority wins in three provinces
Mmusi Maimane said he was confident that the DA would get a majority vote in Gauteng, saying that premier candidate Solly Msimanga was the perfect person to run the province.
The 2019 Proteas World Cup squad
The Proteas squad that will be heading to England and Wales for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
Moz farmers salvage crops, rebuild in wake of Cylone Idai
As the cylclone hit close to harvesting time, many farmers are now saving what they can from their still flooded lands, and drying corn on roofs and sheets on the ground, creating bright yellow spots that can be seen from the air.
After losing house, documents, Cyclone Idai survivor has no idea of next step
The cyclone swept through the area earlier this month, killing at least 400 and displacing 150,000 more.
Thousands flee to Beira seeking aid in wake of Cyclone Idai
Dozens of white tents have been set up close to the Beira Airport to create a relief camp for those affected by Cyclone Idai.
GALLERY: After the storm, relief & shelter for survivors of Cyclone Idai
Thousands of people displaced by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique are taking shelter in old school buildings and relief camps set up in Beira.
Relief efforts reaching Cyclone Idai survivors but thousands still in need
As relief efforts continue to trickle into Mozambique, many areas are still desperately in need of food, water and medical aid.
GALLERY: Relief for villagers near Buzi River after Cyclone Idai
South African relief organisation Gift of the Givers Foundation is stationed about 100 kilometres west of Beira and is providing relief to communities in the area.
Relief efforts battle to reach Mozambique communities cut off by Cyclone Idai
Grant Tyson from Gift of the Givers said the team was focusing on the communities who had been stranded and had no access to any supplies.
GALLERY: Life after Cyclone Idai
Eyewitness News accompanied rescue relief teams in Mozambique where Cyclone Idai has killed more than 700 people across three countries, with over 400 deaths in the Mozambican city of Beira.
GALLERY: From the sky: The anguish caused by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique
Houses, farms and crops were destroyed when Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique.
Cyclone Idai: Beira Hospital surgical wing destroyed
The Central Hospital in Beira was hit by Cyclone Idai last week when the entire surgical floor was flooded and the roof damaged. South African relief organisation Gift of the Givers is helping the hospital with repairs to the roof.
GALLERY: The devastation of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique
Cyclone Idai has ripped through the city of Beira in Mozambique, leaving hundreds stranded, missing or dead.