Police in Limpopo have arrested two learners following the discovery of the body of a 17-year-old teenager, who was believed to be pregnant, at a dumping site in the Mokopane CBD.
A new single by the late Swedish musician and record producer, Avicci, has been released globally, a year after the 29-year-old DJ died in Oman.
Talk about being born with a silver spoon in your mouth: the royal baby of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have a particularly glittery one. And US tax authorities will be keen to know how much that utensil is worth.
A number of South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) shows have won at the Liberty Radio Awards held in Sandton, Johannesburg on Saturday night.
One of Burt Reynolds' favorite cars is going up for auction in June along with some of his cowboy boots, hats, sports jackets and other items from his estate, Julien's Auctions said on Friday.
Facebook Inc more than doubled the money it spent on Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg’s security in 2018 to $22.6 million (£17.3 million), a regulatory filing showed on Friday.
A revival of Peter Shaffer's classic 70s play, "Equus", in Cape Town has put the controversial theatre piece under the spotlight once again since its last staging in the Mother City 20-years-ago.
Lucasfilm delighted "Star Wars" fans Friday with a glimpse of Carrie Fisher in sneak-peek footage of the hotly-anticipated final episode of the space opera -- more than two years after her death.
A deceased Dutch doctor mired in a fertility scandal fathered at least 49 children, an organisation representing parents and children born through IVF at his now-closed clinic said Friday.
Social Development Minister Susan Shabangu says police need to step up and help in the fight against substance abuse.
The city of Chicago filed a lawsuit on Thursday against Jussie Smollett seeking three times the damages it said it incurred in the investigation of a hate crime that authorities allege the “Empire” actor staged.
While the South African art space is expanding, local artists are still not respected and supported enough.
Prince Harry and Meghan have decided to keep the plans around the arrival of their first child private, Buckingham Palace said on Thursday.
With stunning scenery of Africa and some talking wildlife, Disney dropped its first full length trailer for its realistic-looking remake of "The Lion King," offering a glimpse of the highly anticipated film.
Premier of the Western Cape, Helen Zille, has launched a world first a Cradle of Human Culture route, in the Southern Cape.
Oscar-winner Geoffrey Rush won damages of at least $610.000 on Thursday after a court ruled that the Australian arm of News Corp defamed him by saying he behaved inappropriately toward a co-star in a production of King Lear.
The Freedom of Expression Institute says since Ace Magashule himself has not legally challenged investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh's book about him, others should not take it upon themselves to disrupt the launch of the book or threaten to burn copies.
Kim Kardashian is studying to be a lawyer, inspired by her success in helping to win two women's release from US prisons.
Scores of flamingos rescued earlier in 2019 are back in Kimberley in the Northern Cape. Hundreds of others were saved from Kamfers Dam and flown to Cape Town, Durban and Pretoria for rehabilitation.
Jim Jarmusch's "The Dead Don't Die" zombie comedy will open this year's Cannes Festival in a swashbuckling start starring the likes of Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Iggy Pop and Tom Waits.
Britain's Prince Harry announced on Wednesday he is teaming up with US celebrity talk show host Oprah Winfrey on a documentary series for Apple about mental health.
India banned Wednesday the release of a biopic about Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the country's marathon elections after complaints that the flattering portrayal would give the ruling party an unfair advantage.
US prosecutors have filed fresh conspiracy and money laundering charges against 16-parents charged with paying bribes to secure their children seats at elite universities in the largest college admissions scam uncovered in American history.
The creators of global smash TV series "Game of Thrones" says they knew how they would end the show five years ago, and are anxious that fans will like it.
Television is going into places you never dreamt possible with shows in which mums make porn, spy on the sex lives of their children and where couples reveal their most intimate secrets.
Hundreds graduated on Tuesday from the University of the North West in Mafikeng. But there's one special graduate among them, a 26-year-old man with no arms.
The General Secretary of the Trade Union for Musicians of South Africa, Gabrial le Roux has handed over a memorandum of demands to Deputy Finance Minister Mondli Gungubele in Cape Town.
Global smash hit television series "Game of Thrones" is about to come to an end, and composer Ramin Djawadi is one of the few people who knows how it all goes down.
Oprah Winfrey is donating $2 million to help rebuild Puerto Rico and support arts and cultural programs after the devastating 2017 hurricane.
Composers, writers and publishers will take to the streets of Cape Town on Tuesday morning to express their unhappiness about certain sections of the Copyright Amendment Bill.