Sethembiso Zulu

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Sethembiso Zulu is a Multimedia Journalist for Eyewitness News.

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The ANC will win, we worked hard - Dlamini-Zuma

While visiting the KwaZulu-Natal IEC results centre a day after the country voted, Minister in the Presidency Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said the ANC had worked hard to ensure it would continue leading.

Durban authorities beef up presence for special voting

The IEC in KZN is all set for the two days of special voting that starts on Monday while the eThekwini Metro Police Department is taking no chances and have deployed around Durban's city hall, where the special voting will take place, in their numbers.

The ANC has done nothing for Alexandra - Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema says the governing party has done nothing for the people of Alexandra. The Economic Freedom Fighters hosted a Workers’ Day rally in Alexandra where thousands flocked to celebrate the day.

50 at 25: 'SA has so much potential but poor leaders'

Twenty-five years of democracy is a milestone that South Africans are grappling to understand. Eyewitness News spoke to 50-year-old South Africans, who have lived half their lives in apartheid and the other half in democracy, for some perspective. Makhosini Mgitywa is one of those.

GALLERY: Rabie Ridge clashes: 'EFF told us to occupy land'

Protesting residents in Rabie Ridge intensified their demonstration in Midrand, blocking a road with rocks and burning tyres. It's understood residents don’t want people from neighboring communities to occupy a piece of vacant land. Those who want to build houses said the Economic Freedom told them to occupy the land.

What's next for Omar al-Bashir?

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was forced to step down by the military after months of anti-government protests against his decades of iron-fisted rule of almost 30 years.

Motlanthe: ANC needs to lose elections to reflect

Former President Kgalema Motlanthe says that the 2019 general elections will be interesting in the sense that majority of voters are the youth as they don’t have sentimental values for the parties they will be voting for.