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Gayton on allegations that he 'captured' COJ department
Businessman Gayton McKenzie says media reports claiming he's captured a city of Joburg department is because of employment equity issues.
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Millions going to bed hungry daily
An astronomical amount of food goes to waste in South Africa every year. Meanwhile, almost 14-million people in the country are going to bed hungry every single day.
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Devan Murugan takes a look at the economic week ahead
Thembekile Mrototo speaks to Business Editor Devan Murugan for a look at the economic week ahead. Courtesy#DStv403
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Tributes pour in for new Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida
Tributes continue to pour in for the newly crowned Miss SA, Shudufhadzo Musida. The 24-year-old from Ha-Masia in Limpopo was crowned at a prestigious event in Cape Town last night.
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Zikalala: Hard lockdown on the cards
Authorities are ringing the alarm bells, saying the second wave of Covid-19 is likely to hit the country soon.
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Zikalala: Hard lockdown on the cards
KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Sihle Zikalala, says there could be another hard lockdown if reckless behaviour continues.
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Farmers protest at Parliament
Farmers march to Parliament demanding President Ramaphosa declares farm murders a priority crime. Courtesy#DStv403
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Impact on the marine sector | SA Lockdown
October marks National Marine Month. It's one of many industries that faced tough challenges during the lockdown. #eNCA spoke to Managing Director for Servest Marine, Lwandile Mabuza.
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India reacts to Trump's air jibe | India State Elections
Communities in India have reacted angrily to US President Donald Trump's description of the air quality in the country as 'filthy'. He made the comment during the latest US election debate.
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SADC members call for sanction removals | Zimbabwe's political turmoil
SADC member states are uniting in their call for the removal of sanctions on Zimbabwe. Various activities are being held on different platforms to highlight the plight of Zimbabweans.
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SANDF members left in the dark | Municipal debt
150 families at the Dunnottar Military Base in Nigel have been left without power, due to non-payment of bills.
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DEVELOPING | Two children drown in Soweto
[DEVELOPING] Two children have drowned after trying to save a friend in the Kliptown river. Duduzile Ramela spoke to Marlin Joseph, who is part of the Community Policing Forum.
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Zimbabwe facing food security crisis
Zimbabwe is facing a food security crisis. To blame are the combined effects of an economic meltdown, consecutive poor agricultural seasons, and now, the Covid-19 outbreak.
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The Fix | State Capture corruption amnesty Part 4 | 25 October 2020
Thuli Madonsela suggests an amnesty can help to clean up corruption. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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The Fix | State Capture corruption amnesty Part 3 | 25 October 2020
Thuli Madonsela suggests an amnesty can help to clean up corruption. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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The Fix | State Capture corruption amnesty | 25 October 2020
Thuli Madonsela suggests an amnesty can help to clean up corruption. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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The Fix | COVID-19 social relief grant crisis -Part 1| 25 October 2020
The Social Development Minister claims the system is working overall but admits there are a few glitches. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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Vaal Dam dips below 30% | Water Crisis
The Water and Sanitation Department says Gauteng residents shouldn't be alarmed, even as the Vaal Dam's level has dropped below 30%.
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The fight against extortion | Crime in SA
Religious and community leaders in Khayelitsha want criminals to be brought to book for extorting working-class families struggling to make ends. Ronald Masinda is there. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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The bookshelf | Burnt Alive
Qaphela Gobodo has written a book titled, Burnt Alive, in which he motivates readers and expresses the importance of life. He speaks to Masego #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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Weather forecast | 25 October 2020
You can now also get your latest weather updates for #SouthAfrica on the eNCA website. Just follow this link: enca.com/weather-report
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Discussion | Online shopping and Africa
The Malaicha.com app has offered convenience for some, as many African countries reel from COVID-19 food security. #DStv403
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Discussion | Liquor traders trying to survive
Alcohol Industry Representative, Lucky Ntimane speaks to eNCA. #DStv403 #eNCA
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Protesters march on Parliament | Farm Attacks
A march to Parliament in Cape Town is planned for this morning. Protesters want to raise awareness about farm murders, and racism. Ayesha Ismail has the details. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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Community promises to fight on | Kwazulu-Natal political killings
The community of Somkhele in KZN says it won't give up the fight against open-pit mining as it destroys their health and livelihoods.
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MEC condemns school shooting| Crime in SA
The Somashi High School principal in Msinga, KZN was shot in his office on Friday. The education department has condemned the incident. Masego Rahlaga talks to Education MEC, Kwazi Mshengu.
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Assistance for farmers | Free State fires
Devastating fires in the Free State have prompted organisations to assist affected farmers in the province. Masego Rahlaga spoke to Chris van Beljon of Boere Droogtehulp. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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Discussion | Thuli Madonsela talks social rights
Equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities for all. This is the ideal, but how do we make it a reality?
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Virtual tour of nature reserve | Nature field trip
The Nelson Mandela University nature reserve is offering a virtual field trip. The tour at the 830-hectare nature reserve captures one of the rarest tracts of dune fynbos in the world.
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Preparing for the inevitable | National Wills Week
Do you have your affairs in order, should death strike? If you haven't, this National Wills Week should give you ample time to sort out and update the affairs of your estate.
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