Health experts meet for diabetes research project launch
Health experts from Uganda, South Africa, Sweden, Finland and Belgium are involved in the project.
Jonkershoek fire contained, residents not at risk
Authorities are adamant the fire poses no threat to residential areas at the moment.
Journalist manhandled outside Parliament
The reporter was thrown to the ground by security officials ahead of President Zuma’s Q&A session today.
ANC hopes for ‘no repeat’ of previous Parly session
In August police removed EFF MPs from the chamber for chanting “pay back the money”.
Man killed by train near Woodstock station
The man was struck by the train early this morning and was found on the tracks near the station.
Visually impaired man robbed in CT
A visually impaired man from Sunbird Park was allegedly swindled by a man claiming to apply for a job.
Cape fire: Citizens & firefighters join forces
WC MEC for Environmental Affairs Anton Bredell has applauded citizens & firefighters for coming together during one of the Cape's worst fires ever.
Firefighters on standby across the South Peninsula
Environmental Affairs MEC Anton Bredell said the main concern was to keep the fires contained.
Cape fire: 5,000 hectares of land reduced to ashes
Residents, farmers & fire officials are assessing the damage from the Cape's most devastating fire yet.
CT emergency volunteer: I’m astounded by the destruction
Firefighters were still battling major blazes in Cape Town on Monday night.
Ceppwawu to meet PetroSA over proposed retrenchments
Last week, EWN revealed plans by PetroSA to retrench up to 40% of its workforce from April.
Fire extinguished on Cape Town’s Table Mountain
The fire is blazing in the Blinkwater area at the top of the mountain.
'Cape Town Pride a celebration of human rights’
Organisers say the event has grown exponentially over the years.
Spy Cables: Synagogues on high alert after terror threat
Fears are growing there could be an attack after the leaking of the so-called spy-cables.
First on EWN: Petro SA likely to retrench 40 percent of its staff
In a memo to staff the parastatal stated that the move could be implemented from April 2015.
Zwelethemba residents protest over power
Protester Nina Cekiso says they want the electricity that was promised to them last year.