[WATCH] Cricket Australia boss refuses to call ball-tampering cheating
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland addressed media on the ball tampering scandal that has rocked the Australian cricket team. When questioned by journalists, he refused to call it cheating.
[WATCH] Land grabs are an illegal act - Jeff Radebe
The ANC’s Secretary-General Ace Magashule was joined by Jeff Radebe as they released the ANC’s report and resolutions from its 54th national conference in December.
[WATCH] Taxi strike leaves hundreds stranded in Ekurhuleni
Members of the South African National Taxi Council embarked on a protest in Ekurhuleni on 20 March 2018. Among their demands, taxi operators are calling for the removal of Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina.
[WATCH] Africa's first ATM pharmacy launched in Alex
Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa has launched an ATM pharmacy in Alexandra, northern Johannesburg, which she says will give patients suffering from chronic illnesses their repeat medication in under 3 minutes.
[WATCH] Protesters: False prophets & pastors must fall
A small group of protesters marched to the Commission for the Promotion & Protection of the Rights of Cultural‚ Religious & Linguistic Communities and handed over a memorandum against false prophets in Braamfontein.
[WATCH] Makhura says illegal land invasions are orchestrated, well organised
Gauteng Premier David Makhura addressed the issue of illegal land invasions which have become a huge problem in the province.
[WATCH] Assault of teacher is serious offence, says Lesufi
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi visited the Three Rivers Secondary School in Vereeniging on Monday. The school is in the spotlight after a video surfaced which shows a pupil hurling her exercise book at a teacher.
[WATCH] Ramaphosa and Madikizela-Mandela register to vote
President Cyril Ramaphosa and struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in Soweto to encourage residents to register to vote in the upcoming national elections in 2019.
[WATCH] Hundreds of Taxify, Uber drivers demand justice for murdered colleague
Hundreds of Taxify & Uber drivers were joined by the activist group Not in My Name as they embarked on a protest in Pretoria on Friday demanding justice for Taxify driver Siyabonga Ngcobo (21).
[WATCH] Taxify driver murder: MEC Vadi says line has been crossed
MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi says if investigations reveal that metered taxis were behind the murder of Taxify driver Siyabonga Ngcobo, government would consider shutting down metered taxi operations.
[WATCH] Violated Topbet employee still suspended
EWN on Monday revealed how a group of 20 female staff were strip-searched by a manager who wanted to identify a person accused of leaving menstrual blood in the communal toilets.
[WATCH] Finance Minister Nene's first public appearance
Among the issues addressed by the minister was Sars and the tax collection shortfall as well as the nuclear deal.
[WATCH] Fired Prasa employees hope to be reinstated immediately
Workers are demanding clarity on when they can resume work at the state-owned rail company after the Constitutional Court declared their dismissals unfair.
[WATCH] Malema: The DA can go to hell
EFF leader Julius Malema explains why his party will move to get rid of the DA’s mayor in Nelson Mandela Bay, Athol Trollip. He says they have to punish the DA for voting against the expropriation of land without compensation.
[WATCH] Malema leads campaign for better public health care
The EFF staged a demonstration against poor public health care in South Africa. The EFF’s leader Julius Malema led the march which included some local residents and nurses.
[WATCH] Ramaphosa announces new ministers
President Cyril Ramaphosa held a late-night press conference where he announced chances to his Cabinet.
[WATCH] Mabuza, Nene make it onto #TeamRamaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced David Mabuza as his deputy and has deployed Nhlanhla Nene back to the finance ministry.
[GALLERY] Chinese New Year celebrations in Joburg
Chinese New Year celebrations were held in Johannesburg’s Old China Town this weekend. Twelve Chinese zodiac animals are used to represent years and 2018 is the year of the dog.