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Sethembiso Zulu is a multimedia journalist at Eyewitness News.

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'Public Protector acted in bad faith' - ConCourt dismisses Bankorp costs appeal

The Constitutional Court has dismissed Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s appeal against a personal costs order and confirmed the High Court’s adverse findings against the advocate. It upheld the order that she personally pay 15% of the South African Reserve Bank’s legal fees related to the Bankorp lifeboat matter.

Lesotho wool farmers: 'We need regime change' [Part3]

EWN reporter Nthakoana Ngatane interviews Khotsang Moshoeshoe who’s lobbying SA buyers to boycott Lesotho wool and is also calling on SA farmers to stop exporting food to the kingdom until that government respects the rule of law.

Jacob Zuma: I have always been innocent

Former President Jacob Zuma addressed his supporters outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he was attempting to have his corruption charges dismissed. Zuma said the State had failed for 15 years to prove that he was guilty.

Politics Sphithiphithi: Why SA’s youth is not interested in voting (Part 2)

According to the recent South African Citizens Survey, more than 4,5 million eligible young South Africans have no plans to vote on 8 May. So what are political parties getting so wrong? In the first part of this episode, we gain insights from activist Mpho Ndaba, Youth Lab think tank member Lwaphesheya Khoza, and political analyst and EWN contributor Sam Mkokeli.

Politics Sphithiphithi: Why SA’s youth is not interested in voting (Part 1)

According to the recent South African Citizens Survey, more than 4,5 million eligible young South Africans have no plans to vote on 8 May. So what are political parties getting so wrong? In the first part of this episode, we gain insights from activist Mpho Ndaba, Youth Lab think tank member Lwaphesheya Khoza, and political analyst and EWN contributor Sam Mkokeli.

What does a 5-month mining strike mean for the community?

Amcu-affiliated miners at Sibanye-Stillwater's gold operations have returned to work having reached a settlement after a 5-month strike. EWN unpacks the effect on lives of the residents of Vukaseshe as a result of the protracted labour dispute.

‘We told Mashaba we're going to grab that land’

Residents of Rabie Ridge clashed with so-called land grabbers and barricaded roads with burning tyres on 15 April 2019. Some members of the community were unable to go to school and work on Monday because of the violent protest.

Samwu confirms getting loan from VBS Bank

South African Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) general secretary Koena Ramotlou told EWN he learned of the loan in the organisation's 2017 audited financial statement but no one knows who approved it.

Mboro: I want to clear my name

Self-proclaimed prophet, Pastor Paseka 'Mboro' Motsoeneng visited Shepherd Bushiri’s Enlightened Christian Gathering Church in Pretoria on 5 March 2019. Motsoeneng says he wants an apology from Bushiri for his 'Mboro went to heaven' story.