Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge holds new world marathon record
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge has smashed the marathon world record in Berlin by 78 seconds.
The world record now stands at two hours, one minute and 39 seconds.
It's difficult to compare people over generations but certainly the best in this generation and it's a very competitive generation.Wesley Botton, Sports Editor at The Citizen
And he has been almost unbeatable.Wesley Botton, Sports Editor at The Citizen
One of the problems he faces now is that pacing him becomes difficult.Wesley Botton, Sports Editor at The Citizen
Listen to what Botton says the future holds for Kipchoge...
The Department of Health announced on Tuesday that there were 192 new coronavirus-related deaths.Read More
South African Weather Service forecaster Mbavhalelo Maliage has the details.Read More
The organisation is also calling on government to ensure municipalities do not cut off water supply to communities.Read More
MMC for environment and infrastructure services Mpho Moerane says Joburg Water has reported a total of 82 positive cases.Read More
Latasha Slavin of Heartlines unpacks attitudes and beliefs that contribute to a lack of positive involvement by some fathers.Read More
This is the second time the virus has affected the South African Police Service (SAPS) K9 Academy in Roodeplaat, Pretoria.Read More
People can make donations through Webtickets and send those voucher codes to AurelieK@ewn.co.za.Read More
Joanne Joseph spoke to Cipla South Africa CEO Paul Miller to find out more.Read More
The Save Our SABC Coalition says the public broadcaster must look at other measures before retrenching staff.Read More
Solidarity union says a lack of communication from the Department of Social Development forced it to take this matter to court.Read More