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Posted on: Tuesday 15 April 2014 - 3:42pm
As South Africa celebrates 20 years of democracy, eNCA presents 1994 The Bloody Miracle, a documentary revealing how the country triumphed against the odds to stage it’s very first democratic election. The film airs on Wednesday, 16 April at 7:30PM on eNCA (DStv channel 403).
Posted on: Friday 28 February 2014 - 12:27pm


Trial Special Every Night 19h00-20h00pm and 22h00-23h00pm


eNCA will provide comprehensive reporting of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial which gets underway on Monday 3 March.

Posted on: Friday 14 February 2014 - 11:49am

The Limpopo Youth Orchestra goes on a tour to Ireland. An inspirational story of rural children, who picked up a musical instrument for the first time a few years ago and are making South Africa proud.

Posted on: Thursday 6 February 2014 - 2:59pm

She was raped and impregnated…Her only crime? Being a lesbian. But Nokuthula Ncube found it in her heart to forgive her attacker, spending her time by giving back, assisting others and helping to fight against hate crimes. Later, a trend-setting traditional healer whose work has been recognised by the United Nations.

Posted on: Thursday 23 January 2014 - 5:40pm

This week we take a look at two inspiring South Africans who’s display of courage and endurance have helped them achieve great things. He struggled to understand why he couldn't keep up with his peers. Thabang Manamela later realised he was gradually losing his eyesight. But Thabang never lost faith; he showed courage as he embraced his disability, making it as one of South Africa's top matriculants for 2013.

Posted on: Friday 17 January 2014 - 4:27pm

A tragic accident left his dreams of becoming a professional rugby player shattered. In 2008 Anthony Kasirivu broke his neck in was meant to be a fun evening of rugby on campus. But it left him fighting for his life.

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The Democratic Alliance's "Ayisafani" [It's not the same] election TV advert -- originally pulled off the air by the SABC -- had garnered nearly half a million views on Youtube.
The arrested captain of the South Korean ferry that capsized three days ago with 476 people on board defended his decision to delay its evacuation.
Lebenya Nkoka of Lesotho secured a maiden victory in the 56km Two Oceans ultra-marathon in Cape Town on Saturday.

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