SAFA Vice-President Ria Ledwaba says the historic launch of the National Women’s League, which will get underway this week, is a perfect platform for corporate South Africa to play its part in funding women’s football.
Suspended KwaZulu-Natal Correctional Services commissioner, Mnikelwa Nxele, has been dismissed.
Innovative entrepreneur Robert Matsabisa saw a gap in the market by farming cockroaches and worms at Wells Estate in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape.
Limiting marriage to a relationship between a man and a woman will remain China's legal position, a parliament spokesman said on Wednesday, ruling out following neighbouring Taiwan in allowing same-sex marriage.
Direct observations from a NASA space telescope have for the first time revealed the atmospheric void of a rocky, Earth-sized world beyond our own solar system orbiting the most common type of star in the galaxy, according to a study.
Member of Parliament Zoleka Capa has condemned the killing of women over allegations of witchcraft. Capa was at Ndzondeni village in the Eastern Cape where two women were attacked for allegedly practicing witchcraft.
Toyota Cheetahs captain Tian Meyer has outperformed expectations as captain of the Free State outfit. After five matches in the 2019 Currie Cup campaign, Meyer has led the side to three victories with one more game left before the semi-finals.
The Equality Court, sitting in the High Court in Johannesburg, has declared the public display of the apartheid flag as hate speech, saying it constitutes harassment.
The City of Johannesburg will be holding sod-turning ceremonies on Wednesday for the first four of 84 properties earmarked for redevelopment
The second test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand that starts at the P Sara Stadium in Colombo on Thursday has an eerily similar feel about it from their last match between the two sides there seven years ago.
A new HBO series on the killing of a Palestinian youth after three Israeli teens were murdered in a deadly summer five years ago is stirring up painful memories for bereaved families on both sides of the conflict.
George Pell, the highest ranking Catholic worldwide to be convicted of child sex offences, was sentenced in March to six years in jail after being found guilty on five charges of abusing the two boys at St Patrick’s Cathedral.
The defamation case that ANC MP Derek Hanekom has brought against former president Jacob Zuma will be heard in the High Court in Durban on Friday.
The KwaZulu-Natal Environmental Affairs Department says it has escalated the issue of an oil spillage in the Umsunduzi River to the Water and Sanitation Department and Umgeni Water.
The buildings at Unisa will be named after Winnie Madikizela Mandela, Professor Nkoana Radipere and Anton Lambede who each played a vital role in contributing to shaping the university and society.
The new James Bond film finally has a title - “No Time to Die” - and an April 2020 release date, producers announced on Tuesday.
Recession fears were stoked last week when bond investors briefly demanded a higher interest rate on 2-year Treasury bonds than for 10-year Treasury bonds, a potential signal of lost faith in near-term economic growth.
Fencer Imboden took a knee and hammer thrower Berry raised her fist when the US national anthem played during their medal ceremonies earlier this month, violating an agreement US athlete’s sign before competing internationally.
South Africa firmly believes that Palestine-Israeli question remains the core issue to peace and stability in the Middle East. That was the view expressed by Pretoria’s envoy to the United Nations, during a Security Council debate on challenges to the maintenance of peace and security in the region. The meeting was also attended by United […]
The High Court in Pretoria is expected to deliver judgement on an application to review and set aside the findings of the Seriti Commission of inquiry into the controversial arms deal on Wednesday morning.
It's in the best interest of all the stakeholders involved to find a solution in the Premier Soccer League's (PSL) broadcast rights saga and resolve it.
Some of South Africa’s top social media influencers have raised concerns over changes made to Instagram (IG) algorithms, which seem to affect feed visibility for some users on the popular social media platform.
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg has heard how Estina had R16 in its account the day before the R30-million was deposited.
A Cameroonian court handed life sentences to 10 separatist leaders on Tuesday after finding them guilty of charges including terrorism in their fight to breakaway from the Francophone-dominated central government, their lawyers said.
Connected devices are challenging consoles at the world's largest online gaming fair, as hundreds of thousands of fans jostle to see top e-sports stars in action and give feedback that can decide whether a new release is a hit or a flop.
South Africa will not adopt a "big bang" approach to building new nuclear power capacity, but it will look into adding modular nuclear technology at a pace it can afford, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe said on Tuesday.
Former SABC interim board members have again denied any wrongdoing in connection with the Special Investigating Unit's report which found evidence of irregularities in the awarding of a security contract.
Russia accused the United States on Tuesday of stoking military tensions by testing a ground-launched cruise missile, but said it would not be drawn into an arms race, TASS news agency reported.
The former SABC Interim Board members brief the media in Sandton.
Justice Edwin Cameron has delivered his last ruling at the Constitutional Court in Johannesburg.