Mokonyane: In time, I'll tell you what Watson has done
Speaking at Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson's memorial, former Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane called on the media to think about families before breaking the news of loved ones' death on social media. She also said a time would come when she would share the truth about Watson and Angelo Agrizzi following his testimony at the Zondo inquiry.
Amcu: Exporting our minerals increases unemployment
Thousands of people gathered at the koppie in Marikana on Friday to remember those who were killed during a wage strike seven years ago.The event was organised by mining union Amcu. At least 34 miners were gunned down by police on 16 August 2012.
Marikana residents: We've been crying for the same things since 2012
Seven years after the deadly Marikana massacre, residents in the area said nothing has changed despite promises from Lonmin.
Semenya: I'm the best female 800m runner
Olympic 800m gold medallist Caster Semenya said she hasn't received support from women internationally, but the South African champion said it was none of her business and she would maintain good sportsmanship.
'It's part 2 of 2012' - Amcu slams wage hike offers from employers
In a wide-ranging interview with Eyewitness News, Amcu leader Joseph Mathunjwa said a dictatorship style government would take a stern position against businesses which exploit workers.
Springboks bring Rugby Championship cup home
The Springboks touched down on home soil on 12 August after a 46-13 victory against Argentina over the weekend where they claimed the Rugby Championship title after 10 years.
GALLERY: Rose Fest: Shekinah hosts all women for Women's Day concert
Pop queen Shekinah hosted a women-only line-up including Holly Rey, Moonchild Sanelly, DJ Zinhle, Busiswa, Sho Majozi and others to celebrate Women’s Day at the Nasrec Expo Centre.
Sophia Williams-de Bruyn: We need to change the way we celebrate Women's Day
The last living leader of the iconic 1956 women's march, Sophia Williams-De Bruyn, said Women's Day isn't about lavish parties and therefore the mindset around how the day is approached needs to change.
Joburg CBD vendors: We're being terrorised
Vendors operating in Johannesburg CBD have accused police officers of illegally seizing their goods and terrorising them. This follows clashes between police and vendors in the city precinct.
Tshwane municipal workers disperse after wage protest
The Samwu brought the city to a complete standstill on Monday, causing a traffic nightmare after buses and trucks were used to barricade roads.
'Johnny Clegg's music was the soundtrack of what we could have been as a nation'
A memorial service filled with music, nostalgia and tributes was held for legendary singer Johnny Clegg at the Sandton Convention Centre.
Lawyers lock heads over Gordhan and Mkwhebane matter
Judgment has been reserved in the matter between Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane. Gordhan asked the High Court in Pretoria to interdict the enforcement of the remedial action in the report related to the Sars investigative unit until his full judicial review had been finalised.
Tshepiso Phosa on being unique - and the 'Mariah Carey of Mpumalanga'
Tshepiso Phosa, the daughter of activist and politician Matthews Phosa, carves her own path with her first book , co-authored by motivational speaker and writer Timothy Maurice Webster. She lets EWN into some of the finer details shared in 'Fuelling Futures', which aims to help and inspire young professionals
This is how I continue to live: Letshego Zulu's book about losing her 'Gugs'
Letshego Zulu - biokineticist, adventurer and wife of late racing champion Gugulethu Zulu - speaks to EWN about her book in which she shares what it was like to leave SA with her husband to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in 2016, but to return without him.
Holomisa wants Dan Matjila investigated over alleged VBS loan
Former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) CEO Dan Matjila has been accused by UDM leader Bantu Holomisa of receiving a R2.5 million loan from VBS Mutual Bank.
Holomisa wants Dan Matjila investigated for VBS saga
As former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) CEO Dan Matjila testifies at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) commission which resumes on Tuesday, it's yet to be seen whether the commission will address the new allegations brought against Matjila by UDM leader Bantu Holomisa.
Malema: We still believe Riotous Assemblies Act is unconstitutional
EFF leader Julius Malema said the party would approach the Constitutional Court after their matter to declare Riotous Assemblies Act unconstitutional was dismissed in the Pretoria High Court.
Malema: We still believe the Riotous Assemblies Act is unconstitutional
EFF leader Julius Malema says the party will approach the Constitutional Court after the party's matter to declare Riotous Assemblies Act unconstitutional was dismissed in the Pretoria High Court.