#TshwaneUnrest: Bullets fly in Mabopane
Looters and police exchange fire during hostilities in Mabopane after two men were found shot dead less than a day earlier.
#TshwaneUnrest: Protests turn into looting in Mamelodi
As night falls, protests die down and looting of foreign owned spaza shops in Mamelodi starts.
[GALLERY] Fiery protests engulf Atteridgeville overnight
Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa has called for calm after a night of violence protests.
[WATCH] Fiery protests engulf Atteridgeville
Residents of Atteridgeville set fire to anything they could get their hands on in the city's streets during protests.
Election indecision in Diepsloot
As local government elections draw close, residents of Diepsloot are undecided about government progress in improving their lives.
[WATCH] DA challenges Tau on job creation in Gauteng
DA supporters march through the Johannesburg CBD and on to the municipal offices. DA Mayoral candidate Herman Mashaba challenged Executive Mayor Parks Tau on job creation in Gauteng.
[WATCH] SKA looking into our past to see our future
As the first image is released from MeerKAT in the Karoo, the SKA project engages with communities living near to the telescope to help understand this scientific marvel.
[WATCH] Children in SA's hungriest province survive on 1 meal a day
Each day, school pupils in the town of Carnarvon in the Northern Cape receive only one meal per day. Carnarvon Primary's feeding scheme provides for over 1,200 hungry pupils so that they can get the most out of each day of school.
[WATCH] Fort Hare: 100 years of continuing struggle
As guests filled the University of Fort Hare’s sports complex during centenary celebrations on 20 May 2016, students protested against fee hikes and student debt outside.
[WATCH] Zuma, Mugabe arrive at University of Fort Hare
Despite ongoing protests on campus, President Jacob Zuma arrived with his Zimbabwean counterpart Robert Mugabe to cheers and song at the University of Fort Hare to celebrate the institution's centenary.
[WATCH] Centenary eve conflict at Fort Hare University
Police have reviewed their safety plans following a second night of disruptions ahead of centenary celebrations at Fort Hare University.
Inside SA's 'Rape Culture'
Personal testimony and professional insights - EWN takes a sobering look at the issue of rape and sexual abuse, both on and off South African university campuses.
[WATCH] Behind the badge: Cape Town's toughest cop
Cape Town recorded 1,520 homicides in 2015. Some on the front lines include the City of Cape Town's Metro Police. EWN joined Cape Town's toughest Metro policeman on patrol.
Grabouw explodes in housing violence
The little town of Grabouw erupts into violence after residents of Siyanyazela protest their eviction by anti-land invasion unit after they erected shacks on Department of Public Works land.
GALLERY: Violent Grabouw protests in pictures
It’s been a tense day in Grabouw after protesters set the local traffic department on fire.
Blöchliger accused get bail
Two of the accused in Franziska Blöchliger's rape and murder trial have been released on bail.
Ex-gang Boss Rashied Staggie charged with theft
The former gang boss appeared at the Cape Town Magistrates Court on charges of theft. If found guilty, he will be in breach of his parole.
Tearing up the tarmac: The new BMW M2
The latest from BMW: The long awaited M2. EWN in the Fast Lane gets a taste of what it can do at the Franschhoek Motor Museum's own private race track.