Court orders Gautrain bus drivers to resume work
Bus services at the Gautrain will now resume services after a Labour Court ruling.
Body discovered during JHB CBD raids
A man’s body was discovered in a building raided during an anti-crime blitz operation in the CBD.
Cops, army raid Methodist Church in JHB CBD
Police and members of the army are raiding several buildings including the church.
'Italian Job' family in court for smuggling
The syndicate stands accused of smuggling illegal diamonds and platinum out the country since 2001.
Orlando West protesters threaten to burn down houses
Protesters are threatening to burn down the houses of those who are not protesting.
SRC president’s suspension: Wits students speak out
EWN spoke to students from the University of Witwatersrand (Wits) to get their reaction around the recent suspension of SRC president Mcebo Dlamini.
Mixed reactions from Wits students on Dlamini removal
Some students at the university feel that the SRC president’s punishment was too harsh.
SA's Gift of the Givers to leave for Nepal
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake has also left some climbers stuck around Mount Everest.
SA mountaineer survives avalanche on Mount Everest
Avid mountaineer Sean Wisedale says all the injured have been evacuated from Mount Everest.
No reports of xenophobic attacks in KZN
KwaZulu-Natal police say they have not received any reports of xenophobic violence this weekend.
SA adventurer recounts harrowing experience on Mount Everest
Sean Wisedale and several other mountaineers survived the avalanche which was triggered by the Nepal quake.
Zuma: Emmanuel Sithole used a false name
President Zuma said the Mozambican had used a false name because he was an illegal immigrant.
Wits students march against xenophobia
Last week, a Zimbabwean student was attacked in a taxi in what is believed to be a xenophobic attack.
Birthday boy Zuma celebrates with family
President Jacob Zuma celebrated his 73rd birthday at his official Durban residence.
Ellis Park stampede victims remembered
The stadium was packed with over 80,000 people when tragedy struck.
Zille: The best time to leave is now
DA members go to the polls on 9 May and a day later a new leader will be announced.
Cope accuse ANC of violating human rights
The party has accused the ruling party of behaving in the same way the apartheid regime did.
Zuma urges unity on 73rd birthday
Jacob Zuma will be celebrating his birthday at the official residence John Dube State House in Durban.