June 26, 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 | WATCH: Correctional Services confirms 'strippers' on prison grounds

Thirteen prison officials have been asked to explain the presence of the women.

eNCA | US govt websites hacked with pro-IS messages

Among the affected websites was one belonging to Ohio Governor John Kasich. A website for Howard County, Maryland, several miles outside Washington DC, was also affected.

eNCA | No such a thing as ‘white monopoly capital’: Mashatile

White monopoly capital has been widely used in political discourse as a reference to a minority that is still in control the country’s economy.

eNCA | DA says it will take advantage of 'weakened ANC' in 2019

DA leader Mmusi Maimane said his party's polling data shows the governing party has been weakened by reports and allegations of corruption.

eNCA | Eastern Cape to propose smaller ANC NEC at conference

As the second largest ANC province, the Eastern Cape is hoping to make an impact at the national policy conference.

eNCA | Amcu trust hands over house to family of 'green blanket man'

The family of Mgcineni Noki, known as Mambush or 'the green blanket man', who was shot dead at Marikana, has become the first beneficiary of the initiative.

eNCA | Midnight meeting has West Cape ANC up in arms

Some regional leaders are complaining to national structures following a decision by some provincial executive committee members to disband the executive of the Dullah Omar region.

eNCA | ANC policy under spotlight at provincial conferences

This weekend Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape are holding their provincial policy conferences ahead of the ANC's national conference next weekend.

eNCA | Zuma congratulates Kabila on DRC progress

Zuma said given the close and strong collaboration between Kinshasa and Pretoria, the South African authorities were pleased to welcome Kabila.

eNCA | IN PICTURES: Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called for peace in the war-torn country on Sunday as the nation's Muslims celebrated Eid al-Fitr, the closing of the fasting month of Ramadan.

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