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eNuus celebrates 11 years on airSince its launch 11 years ago, eNuus has grown from strength to strength. 6 Jul 2021 Read more

The Frank Conversation - Youth: Our Voice, Our FutureeNCA's The Frank Conversation brings together a panel of guests who are conversant with pertinent issues that challenge South African youth. The esteemed panel understand where the youth fit in with regards to their knowledge of and participation in the economy, education and political sphere. 14 Jun 2021 Read more

A day in the life of a technical directorA news technical director (TD) role in the television broadcasting industry is a popular and attractive career option among television and film students. 4 Jun 2021 Read more

A spectacular display of Zulu culture and traditioneNCA's Siphamandla Goge and the eNCA crew rose to the occasion and gave South Africans and the world a front row seat of the unfolding events in the Royal household. On 12 March 2021, King Goodwill Zwelithini, after reigning for almost 50 years "departed" (ukhotheme) following a diabetes related illness. 12 May 2021 Read more

eNCA consistently raises the bar on viewership numbersIn the time of Covid-19, news has become a vital part of our daily lives. eNCA has changed, adapted and innovated during this period to bring viewers credible and relevant news content that has made it South Africa's leading news channel. 4 May 2021 Read more

eNCA reveals, The Frank ConversationeNCA is pleased to present The Frank Conversation, a round table dialogue that addresses current and pertinent matters impacting South African society. The Frank Conversation aptly launches on Freedom Day, 27 April and deals with the issue of race and race-relations. 22 Apr 2021 Read more

27 years into our democracySouth Africa's 27 years of a constitutional democracy have been a long, tortuous, and winding journey, like the long queues that the world witnessed on 27 April 1994. Millions of voters, of all races, from all walks of life, braved the occasion with eagerness and enthusiasm of a new dawn, marking the political end of a crime against humanity, apartheid. 15 Apr 2021 Read more