[WATCH] Special Olympics and WWE unite over football
WWE partnered with Special Olympics to host a unified football game between athletes with and without intellectual disabilities. The game was captained by WWE superstar Titus O'Neil and football legend Mark Fish.
[WATCH] 'We have never spoken to ANC about Nelson Mandela Bay'
EFF leader Julius Malema says the EFF has no relationship with the ANC despite identifying Mcebisi Jonas as a possible mayoral candidate for Nelson Mandela bay should Mayor Athol Trollip be removed.
[WATCH] Malema: We are not taking land from kings & there is no war
Speaking about land expropriation at a media briefing, EFF leader Julius Malema said land expropriation in South Africa will be a democratic process where no blood is shed.
[WATCH] EFF not pleased with Nombembe as state capture investigations leader
Malema opposes former Auditor General Terence Nombembe’s appointment as investigations leader in the state capture inquiry, saying Nombembe heads up Saica which is linked to Trillian.
[WATCH] 'DA not only party able to pass motions of no confidence against people'
Malema noted the party’s decision to pass a no confidence motion against the DA's Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip to punish the party for voting against changes to land laws.
[WATCH] Over 300 pupils attend Black Panther screening for free
Actors Dr John Kani and Connie Chiume say the opportunity for underprivileged South African pupils to watch Black Panther courtesy of money raised by 947 is the best moment of their career.
[WATCH] Euphoria shouldn't cloud hard questions around Ramaphosa leadership
Former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas, speaking at the launch of Anti-racism Week 2018, said the excitement around President Cyril Ramaphosa's leadership is justified but hard questions should still be asked.
[WATCH] 2018 Anti-racism Week to focus on roots of racism
Speaking at the launch of Anti-Racism week 2018, Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa urged South Africans to join hands with the rest of the world and globalise the struggle against racism.
[WATCH] Friends and UJ student leaders demand justice for dead student
Friends and colleagues of a UJ PhD student paid their respects outside the Sophiatown residence demanding justice after he was knocked down and killed by a taxi.
[WATCH] World Cup anthem listening session with Cassper Nyovest
Rapper Cassper Nyovest launched the official Coca-Cola anthem for the 2018 Fifa World Cup - set to take place in Russia - during a listening session.
[WATCH] SA's biggest paediatric ICU complex opened
Health MEC Dr Gwen Ramokgopa unveiled the new pediatric ICU at the Nelson Mandela's Children's Hospital after signing a service level agreement with the hospital.
[WATCH] Can Nene steer SA's financial ship in another direction?
EWN's Mashudu Mausutha tells us what Nhlanhla Nene's return as finance minister means for the South African economy.
[WATCH] 2019 Elections the main focus of ANC NEC meeting
The ANC's highest decision-making body held a meeting in Pretoria to discuss the party's strategy for the 2019 elections.
[WATCH] Ramaphosa: We failed South Africa in Marikana
President Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged that government failed the people of South Africa with the events that took place at Marikana in 2012.
[WATCH] Families of Esidimeni victims attend healing session
Gauteng provincial government hosted the healing session to allow families who did not tell their stories at the arbitration hearings into the Life Esidimeni tragedy a chance to be heard.
[WATCH] Ramaphosa: Now is the time to build a new SA for all
President Cyril Ramaphosa concluded his State of the Nation Address by quoting Hugh Masekela's ‘Thuma Mina’, saying now is the time for South Africans to lend a hand.
[WATCH] Job creation at centre of 2018 agenda
Presenting his first State of the Nation Address, President Cyril Ramaphosa says employment opportunities, especially for the youth, is one of the main focus points for 2018.
[WATCH] The curtain drops: Zuma moments we’ll never forget
Love him or hate him, Jacob Zuma gave South Africa moments in and out of Parliament which they will never forget.