After the success of Friday's #NotInMyName march, organisations vow to combine their efforts and take mass action nationally.
Afternoon Drive with Redi Tlhabi
Catch up on current events, stay updated on developing stories while also hearing from those newsmakers making headlines.
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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has already indicated that there’s a need for the ANC to discuss calls for Zuma to leave office.
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This explosive report exposes the systemic methodical capture of the state, and mentions names believed to be involved.
The Transport Ministry says the move will help increase the visibility of traffic cops on SA's roads, to better monitor safety.
The Entebbe–Kampala Expressway will be a major boost to Uganda's economy and infrastructural development, says Nikiwe Bikitsha.
The DA wants Public Enterprises Min. Lynne Brown to probe claims from inside sources that Eskom is destroying crucial evidence.
On Friday, civil organisations will march against violence on women and children, as a part of the #NotInMyName campaign.
EWN's Mandy Wiener recalls how Piet Byleveld gained his 'super sleuth' reputation over the years and Redi Tlhabi pays tribute.