For 28 years, Gabonese Dorothee Adjakidjie suffered embarrassment and shame from not knowing whether she was male or female after being born with genitals of both sexes. But, last week she was given the chance she craved of being a women by a US medic.
The Department of Health is considering moving contraception implants from the arm to different parts of the body.
Music artist Nhlanhla Nciza has announced that she and her husband, Thembinkosi “TK” Nciza, will be ending their marriage of 15 years.
A teenage neo-Nazi who called for Britain's Prince Harry a race traitor months after his marriage to U.S. actress Meghan Markle and suggested he should be shot was jailed for more than four years on Tuesday, the BBC reported.
The revolver with which Vincent van Gogh is believed to have shot himself sold for 162,500 euros ($182,000) at a Paris auction on Wednesday -- nearly three times the estimate.
Imagine a world where The Beatles never existed? That is what British director Danny Boyle asks audiences to believe in his new movie “Yesterday.”
What started off as a plea for R10 electricity on Twitter, escalated to over R3 000 worth of electricity as Twitter users opened their hearts and wallets to Khayelitsha mom Thabisa Xhelithole to buy electricity.
Rolling out her concept of fashion that is not a slave to the seasons or the shackles of Fashion Week, Rihanna opened the second pop-up shop of her Fenty brand in New York on Tuesday, a month after the launch of the new fashion house in Paris.
Celebrating his 77th birthday on Tuesday, former president Thabo Mbeki said he wished to see South Africa address the challenges facing the country.
The main lawyer for Harvey Weinstein has asked a judge to be removed from the case, leaving the disgraced movie mogul without counsel as his sexual assault trial approaches in September.
The SABC has confirmed that its Metro FM breakfast show co-host Thato Sikwane, popularly known as DJ Fresh, has not been scheduled on Metro FM until further notice.
Pop singer and songwriter Taylor Swift on Monday released a star-studded music video that scolded social media trolls and urged fans to sign a petition demanding U.S. legal protections for gays, lesbians and transgender people.
The emergence of social media has brought out the good, the bad and the ugly side of some of the country’s politicians. It’s let South Africans into the hearts and minds of many public figures that without it – their convictions would otherwise remain a mystery to many.
The Zeenatul Islam Masjid in District Six wants the City of Cape Town to exclude the calls to prayer, like the athan, and the ringing of church bells to be excluded from the bylaw that views calls to worship as noise disturbances.
Box office-busting "Avengers: Endgame" dominated the MTV Movie and TV Awards Monday, as "Captain Marvel" star Brie Larsen led tributes to real-life heroines by ceding the spotlight to her stunt doubles.
Hollywood seems to be coming down with a contagious case of franchise fatigue this summer, as "Men in Black: International" and "Shaft" become the latest sequels largely dismissed by moviegoers in North America.
American journalist Sway Calloway is in South Africa. The radio personality, widely known for driving hip hop culture around the world.
Baijiu is China's national drink much like vodka is to Russia, yet it is either unknown overseas or viewed as undrinkably strong and harsh.
More than 650 000 domestic and international tourists are expected to descend on KZN over the winter holidays.
Hundreds of people from all walks of life have gathered at the Durban Amphitheatre on the beachfront to participate in International Day of Yoga celebrations.
After triumphing on Broadway, the lower 48 states and London's West End, "Hamilton" is eyeing its first non-English production as well as tours throughout Europe and Asia.
The largest Picasso exhibition ever held in China opens on Saturday, featuring more than 100 works -- many of them from the artist's early years.
The children's song whose dance video created an international buzz on social media, has inspired an American tour.
A small congregation wearing hardhats will attend mass at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris on Saturday, the first service to be held since fire devastated the Gothic landmark two months ago.
The largest Picasso exhibition ever held in China opens on Saturday, featuring more than 100 work, many of them from the artist's early years.
The Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning in the Western Cape says CapeNature will allow free access to its reserves for all persons aged 35 and under on Youth Day.
Add the threat of quantitative easing, and it's a recipe for disaster. But instead of losing sleep, our keeper of the purse is stirring the pot.
Using the hashtag #BlueForSudan, activists, social media influencers and celebrities have begun a viral campaign to express solidarity for protesters in Sudan based simply around the colour blue.
Sepulana language authors want the language to be included in school curricula around the Bushbuckridge area in Mpumalanga to improve matric results.
According to Corruption Watch’s report, bribery at 33%, abuse of power at 23% and dereliction of duties at 18% are some of the top three forms of corruption in the country.