'Honour legends while they're alive - Hugh Masekela Festival heads to Soweto
Event organisers say more needs to be done to ensure legends are remembered and taken care of while they're alive and in their passing as Hugh Masekela will be honoured at Soweto Theatre on 09 November 2019 with the Hugh Masekela Festival. This will be the first time the festival is held since his passing.
Local break: Breaking away from breaking news
This is your local break, breaking away from breaking news. From Bonang winning an inaugural award to singing the national anthem for the Bokke.
Another one! Queen B bags inaugural African Influencer award
The B-Effect is in full force for media personality Bonang Matheba as she bagged yet another award for her influence on the African continent.
Local break: Breaking away from breaking news
From reactions to Amanda Black's new album to remembering the legendary HHP. This is your local break, breaking away from breaking news.
Father of raped toddler begs suspect to hand himself over
A Reiger Park father describes to EWN his torment over the rape of his two-year-old daughter and his plea to the alleged perpetrator to hand himself over and let justice take its course.
Local govt in a state of crisis - Prof William Gumede
Local government was a key topic at the second growth inclusive forum hosted by the Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation. Professor William Gumede, former President Kgalema Motlanthe and Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma weigh in on the state of local government in South Africa.
Bokke eat Italian for lunch
South Africa kept their hopes of moving into the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup well in hand with a 49-3 win over Italy on Friday. South Africa will take on Canada in their next match on 10 October.
GALLERY: Royals & Ramaphosas: Harry & Meghan end SA tour with presidential visit
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wrapped up their tour of South Africa by paying a visit to President Cyril Ramaphosa and first lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe at their Pretoria residence.
GALLERY: Harry, Meghan in Tembisa: We'll stand up for what we believe
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with young entrepreneurs and staff at the Youth Employment Service in Tembisa on Wednesday and vowed to help the community be given the opportunity to succeed and change the world.
Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle: Gender-based violence a crisis in SA
Meghan Markle attended a roundtable discussion with ActionAid’s director Nondumiso Nsibande, Rachel Jewkes of the SA Medical Research Council, Teddy Bear clinic’s Elizabeth Steenkamp and Bafana Khumalo of Sonke Gender Justice.
Gender-based violence a crisis in SA - Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
Meghan Markle has met with representatives of NGOs who spoke about how rife gender-based violence was in South Africa.
GALLERY: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex gives hugs at GBV discussion
The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, visited Action Aid, an organisation that works against poverty and injustice, to discuss gender-based violence and its impact in South Africa.
Don't Panic! It will be business as usual in banking sector
The Labour Court ruled that the planned banking sector strike would be unprotected. Trade union federation Cosatu and banking union Sasbo were interdicted by the court on Thursday. Banking Unity South Africa assured South Africans that it would be business as usual.
Case against fourth suspect in Amy'Leigh De Jager case postponed
The fourth suspect in the Amy'Leigh De Jager kidnapping case appeared in the Vanderbijlpark Magistrates Court and asked to apply for legal aid on Wednesday. Mohlomohi Bafokeng is the final suspect to appear in the matter related to the kidnapping of the six-year-old girl.
Are Comics the new Van Gogh?
The Art of Comics is the first exhibition of its kind at the Johannesburg Art Gallery. The selection of comic art shows how art and comics have been intertwined throughout history. SA superhero comic creator Loyiso Mkize speaks about how this is a platform to tell our own stories.
A bunch of winners: Ndlovu Youth Choir arrives back home
Scores of people gathered at the OR Tambo International Airport to welcome the Ndlovu Youth Choir back home. The group, from Moutse in Limpopo, returned on Friday after an impressive run on America's Got Talent.
Here's what it means to be part of the Ndlovu Youth Choir
The Ndlovu Youth Choir's journey at America's Got Talent came to an end on Thursday morning, after California native Kodi Lee was crowned the season 14 winner. Family and choir mates said they were still proud of them.
The Ndlovu Youth Choir's roots: A healing programme for Moutse
The Ndlovu Youth Choir is the first African choir to make it to the finals of America's Got Talent, but what many South Africans may not know is that the group was started as a healing programme in response to socio-economic issues in the small Limpopo village of Moutse.