October 17, 2017

eNCA – South Africa News

eNCA – South Africa News

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eNCA is South Africa’s most trusted independent TV and online news brand. It launched on June 1st, 2008 to become the country’s first 24-hour television news service.

Since then, the channel’s signature live reports, , sport, weather, entertainment and business updates have become an indispensable source of local and international news for millions of South Africans.

eNCA | New cabinet ministers already mired in controversy

The ink has hardly dried on President Jacob Zuma's new ministers' appointment letters, and already they are mired in controvery.

eNCA | IN QUOTES: Harsh words as Zuma reshuffles cabinet

President Jacob Zuma’s second shake-up in the executive this year has not been received well by politicians.

eNCA | Court limits Communications minister's powers in appointing SABC board

In a far-reaching ruling, the North Gauteng High Court has limited the communications minister's powers to appoint and remove SABC board members.

eNCA | WATCH: This is war, SACP says

The SACP's Solly Mapaila says the decision to give Blade Nzimande the chop is a declaration of war.

eNCA | WATCH: President scoffs at reshuffle questions

After Tuesday's surprise cabinet reshuffle, eNCA reporter Thulasizwe Simelane managed to catch up with President Jacob Zuma at Botlokwa, Limpopo.

eNCA | PIC has not ruled out investing in SAA

The asset manager said the state-owned airline would first need to improve governance and implement a turnaround strategy.

eNCA | Esidimeni judge overturns ombud’s ruling on two NGOs

The health ombudsman’s findings relate to patients dying in unlawful circumstances at the NGOs.

eNCA | Zuma's cabinet reshuffle not surprising: Maimane

DA leader Mmusi Maimane described the reshuffle as the latest move in President Jacob Zuma’s war against anyone who opposes his project of State Capture.

eNCA | WATCH: SACP slams 'factional' removal of Nzimande as Minister

The SACP says Zuma reshuffled his Cabinet purely to get rid of its secretary general, Blade Nzimande, and are calling on Zuma to step down.

eNCA | Zuma should have reshuffled himself, says Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema said his party rejected the cabinet reshuffle and called on President Jacob Zuma to resign.

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