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eNCA reveals an empowering new brand identity - with an emotive call to action, inspiring South Africa to make the news their own. From 1 May viewers will see an updated logo and a fresh look for the channel.

The channel made history when it launched on 1 June 2008, as South Africa's first 24-hour news service. Since then, it's dominated the market as a leading and discerning voice in the South African local news landscape, and trusted as a reliable source of news and current affairs.

As part of the refresh, viewers can expect some updates in the daily broadcast schedule. Viewers can look forward to entertaining mornings with a simulcast of The Morning Show (currently on from 6-9am, followed by Tumelo Mothotoane and Gareth Edwards on NewsLink from 9am - 12pm.

Viewers will still see the familiar faces they’ve grown to rely on, and also some new ones who will join the channel. Amongst others, Shahan Ramkissoon will be back with a brand-new show: The Last Word, which will be broadcast on Thursday and Friday evenings at 8pm.

The weekend schedule is also being refreshed – going forward We the Nation will be shown on Sundays at 8pm.

eNCA will also extend its broadcast hours until midnight, every night.

From 1 May it’s time to Question. Think. Act.

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2 May 2023 12:53