Eyewitness News - Latest News DA calls on Zuma to reverse his decision regarding Jiba and Mrwebi 2017-02-26T07:03:38.000000Z On Friday, President Zuma said he had decided not to suspend or institute an inquiry into the fitness of the two to hold office. DA’s new interim leader promises to bring unity within party 2017-02-26T06:58:49.000000Z Other leaders also reiterated this message, saying this is the only way the DA stands a chance to come out on top at the 2019 elections. Water and Sanitation Minister to give update on drought & dam levels 2017-02-26T06:34:32.000000Z Minister Nomvula Mokonyane is due to give an update this afternoon on the status of the drought and dam levels countrywide. Chelsea surge 11 points clear, Leicester into bottom three 2017-02-26T06:24:16.000000Z They are 11 points ahead of Manchester City who have 13 games left and while Italian Conte is too cagey to start preparing the Prosecco yet. ANCWL continues to back Dlamini-Zuma for presidency despite party warnings 2017-02-26T06:18:00.000000Z League President Bathabile Dlamini and Dlamini-Zuma attended the launching of the Bretheren Mission church in Thokoza on Saturday. Bombings, air strikes in Syria rattle Geneva peace talks 2017-02-26T06:02:50.000000Z The envoy is looking to lay the foundations for negotiations to end the conflict that has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced millions. Record-setting stock rally faces test in Trump speech 2017-02-26T05:57:35.000000Z The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI this week marked its longest run of consecutive record-high closing prices in 30 years. World Bank pledges $60m to help fill Gambia’s empty coffers 2017-02-26T05:52:24.000000Z The International Monetary Fund and African Development Bank are also due to hold meetings with Gambian authorities in the coming weeks. Lotto results: Saturday 25 February 2017 2017-02-26T05:48:05.000000Z EWN brings you the winning lotto results. Check if you won! Thokoza church backs Dlamini-Zuma for presidency 2017-02-25T21:43:57.000000Z The church says the country should not miss the opportunity of making the former African Union commission chairperson president because it may not come again.