October 17, 2017

eNCA Top Stories – Breaking News



eNCA Top Stories – Breaking News

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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 | 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 | 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.

eNCA | Cabinet reshuffle: Meet the new ministers

In a surprise move on Tuesday morning, President Jacob Zuma announced he had reshuffled his cabinet for the second time this year.

eNCA | AfriForum to prosecute Duduzane Zuma

Advocate Gerrie Nel will be leading the team bringing a charge of culpable homicide against Duduzane Zuma.

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