Paul McCartney on Monday teased news of "Egypt Station" -- presumed to be the title of his next album -- as the former Beatle celebrated his 76th birthday.
Former President, Thabo Mbeki he has called on South Africans to move away from the "notion" that Nelson Mandela sold-out the country.
The Drakenstein Municipality in the Boland has rolled out the proverbial red carpet to welcome their favourite daughter, recently crowned Miss SA 2018, Tamaryn Green.
Hundreds of people from all walks of life gathered at Durban's beachfront to mark the 4th International Yoga Day.
This Father’s Day South Africans should remember that male parenting and the example men set for their children plays a significant role in the upbringing of a productive and constructive society.
The United States rapper Jay-Z and his superstar wife Beyonce have surprised fans by releasing a new album that no one saw coming.
Soweto born chef Wandile Mabaso has honed his cooking skills at some of the world-renowned institutions in South Africa, America and France. He is back home to tease the South African palate with his strong French cuisine expertise.
The Durban play house is abuzz this month with young people living with disabilities get ready to shine in the world of performing arts.
Afro Pop artist Tshedi Moholo has recently returned to her gospel music roots.
Music Group, Shef and The Kitchen, says they are inspired by old musicians such as the late Bra Hugh Masekela and Ray Phiri.
South Africa will soon have "The Thabo Mbeki Presidential Library", to be built in Killarney, Johannesburg next year.
Johannesburg Emergency Services is urging residents to use extreme caution while keeping warm as the winter cold bites and more load shedding looms.
The iconic Soweto International Jazz Festival has been cancelled.
Residents of Jouberton in Klerksdorp say the rate of gangsterism in the township is escalating.
Hip Hop artist, Molemo 'Jub Jub' Maarohanye says we should celebrate June 16 in a positive way.
The pupils at Kopela village in the North West say the torching of schools to highlight community grievances is wrong.
Founding Director of NGO, Little Big Steps Sydney Junior Madibo says young people in schools are taught so much about European history and not so much about historic events in our country.
With government catering for just 400 thousand unemployed young graduates, street children and those without skills continue to face neglect and a grim future.
Young entrepreneurs are show casing their businesses at the Ekurhuleni youth economic summit.
The Western Cape Department of Economic Opportunities has launched the tenth annual Prestige Agri-Awards.
As Muslims across the world gather to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan, recent attacks on two mosques in the country have been remembered in Cape Town.
People's Poet Mzwakhe Mbuli has defended Hlaudi Motsoeneng's 90% local content policy during the former SABC COO's hearing at the CCMA in Johannesburg.
A team of Indian innovators recently clinched a one million dollar prize for their work in leveraging technology to develop a transformative solution that ensures women’s safety.
Russian police briefly detained veteran British campaigner Peter Tatchell in Moscow on Thursday after he attempted to hold a one-man protest near the Kremlin in support of gay rights on the first day of the World Cup.
The San people from Platfontein near Kimberley in the Northern Cape will for the first time in history be able to hear World Cup Football commentary in their own languages !Xunthali and Khwedam.
When U.S. President Donald Trump sat down to make the case for peace to North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday, he rolled out what amounted to a movie trailer starring the two leaders.
The winter initiation season is underway.
Soweto Theatre will use youth month to further develop the arts by commemorating the story of the the June 16 uprising with a drama production.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a Special Provincial Official Funeral for the late Queen Mother of Amampondo in the Eastern Cape Queen Fikelephi 'Bongolethu' Ndamase.
“Stop abusing, killing and discriminating people with albinism,” That was the clear message written on the placards of hundreds of people who were part of the march, aimed at commemorating International Albinism Day in Durban.