April 27, 2017

eNCA Top Stories – Breaking News

eNCA Top Stories – Breaking News

Top Stories – Latest updates from around Africa


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.

eNCA | Zuma not welcome at May Day celebrations: Unions

Two Cosatu affiliates -- Nehawu and CWU -- want the trade union federation to withdraw its invitation for President Jacob Zuma to speak.

eNCA | School online registration system is 'ready for action'

Last year, the system crashed on the day it launched, leaving parents frustrated and children without school placements.

eNCA | Brown gives Eskom board time to fix Molefe pay-out

Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown rejected the R30-million pension pay-out that was made to Brian Molefe after having been in his position for 18-months.

eNCA | SAA gets interdict against striking cabin crew

The airline applied for an urgent interdict after 32 flights -- 28 domestic, three regional and one international -- had to be cancelled due to the strike.

eNCA | Court postpones Van Breda murder case

Sergeant Adrian Kleynhans gave his evidence-in-chief on Monday and told the court he had arrived at the high security De Zalze Estate in Stellenbosch at about 7am.

eNCA | We did not apologise for criticising Cabinet reshuffle: Mantashe

Mantashe's remarks appear to contradict President Zuma's claim, in papers submitted to the Constitutional Court, that he and Ramaphosa were made to apologise at an NWC meeting.

eNCA | UPDATE: Cape High Court sets aside SA-Russia nuclear deal

The court case has been a key factor in exposing the government’s proposed R1-trillion nuclear deal with Russia.

eNCA | SAA cabin crews strike over meal allowance

About 1,300 – about 85 percent of the total number – have downed tools to try and force SAA to increase their meal allowance, which they claim has not been reviewed for six years,

eNCA | Zim embassy takes exception to Mbalula’s remarks

Zimbabwean Ambassador in South Africa, Isaac Moyo responded to remarks made by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula on members of the Zimbabwe army engaging in violent crimes in SA.

eNCA | DA's court bid wants Zuma to reveal reasons for Cabinet reshuffle

DA MP James Selfe said the party has asked that the court orders President Jacob Zuma to provide a written record of his reasons for the reshuffle.

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