[WATCH] Getting ready for price increases in July
South Africans can expect a number of significant increases from July, which will put many under extreme financial pressure. EWN looks at what citizens are doing to cut down.
[VIDEO] Four miners dead at Sibanye-Stillwater's Kloof mine
Search and rescue operations at Sibanye-Stillwater’s Kloof mine are still underway for one of five miners who entered an abandoned shaft with poor ventilation. Management have confirmed that four of the men have died.
[WATCH] Lesufi addresses racism, sexual misconduct allegations at Parktown Boys
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Friday addressed the media on allegations of racism, sexual misconduct and assault against some teachers at the school.
[VIDEO] Tears as father who allegedly shot son is released on warning
The man (51) accused of shooting his own son at a school in Ennerdale appeared at the Lenasia Magistrate's court on Thursday. The magistrate released him on a warning and instructed him to appear again on 24 July.
[VIDEO] Pupil shot, killed at Ennerdale school
A grade 11 pupil was shot and killed on the school premises allegedly by his father. Police say that a case of murder has been opened and the father will appear in court.
[WATCH] Rehab centre brings hope to drug-riddled Eldorado Park
Mayor Herman Mashaba opened a substance abuse treatment centre at Eldorado Park. Germaine Pienaar and Daleon Sooprayen have been clean for a few months and helped with the construction of the rehab centre.
[WATCH] SABC to launch inquiries into sexual harassment, editorial interference
The SABC will be establishing two high level commissions of inquiry. One would deal with editorial interference in the newsroom while the other is going to look into sexual harassment at the SABC.
[WATCH] Students in Alex protest against corruption at campus
Students at Alex say they’ve had enough with the corruption affecting their institution. Roads were barricaded with burning tyres as learners from the Alexandra campus shut the college down for the 4th day.
[VIDEO] 3 children killed in shack fire in Bekkersdal
Three young children were killed in Bekkersdal after their shack home caught fire last night. The community is still in shock and has appealed to government to provide proper housing.
[VIDEO] Bullets fly in Atteridgeville taxi violence
Commuters in Atteridgeville were stranded as taxi violence continued for a second day in the township on 29 May 2018.
[WATCH] Safety app launched to protect Uber drivers from violence
E-hailing driver service Uber has teamed up with technology app called Aura in a bid to improve the safety of its drivers in South Africa.
[WATCH] Mahumapelo resigns, blames counter-revolutionaries
Supra Mahumapelo resigns as North West premier during a press briefing at Luthuli House and blames so-called counter-revolutionaries for destabilising the province.
[WATCH] EWN visits home previously deemed dangerous by health ombud
The Takalani Home for the mentally disabled in Soweto was one of the institutions affected during the Life Esidimeni tragedy. It was one of the five facilities that were deemed extremely dangerous by the health ombudsman.
[WATCH] South Africans celebrate royal wedding
Hundreds of South Africans gathered at various venues around the country to celebrate the wedding between Britain’s Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle.
[WATCH] Foreign businessmen told to leave KwaZulu-Natal
A group of disgruntled local businessmen has issued migrants with a warning to leave Durban by Thursday. KZN Premier Willies Mchunu called an urgent meeting in KwaMashu to avoid violence.
[WATCH] Ramaphosa responds to political killings in KZN
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the media in Durban to outline how the ANC intends to come to a solution for the ongoing political killings in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
[WATCH] We want to see arrests for KZN killings, says Zizi Kodwa
ANC NEC member Zizi Kodwa spoke on the sidelines of an ANC meeting in Durban where top officials have gathered to discuss the increase in politically motivated murders.
[WATCH] Hawks: No motive yet for Verulam mosque attack
The community of Verulam near Durban is still in shock after Thursday's attack on a local mosque. The KZN Hawks says that at this stage, the motive for the attack is still unknown and investigations are continuing.