Based on the 1982 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker, 'The Color Purple' was adapted to a multi-award winning film in 1985 and has been staged on Broadway in the United States and the UK before.
The world celebrates World Radio Day on the 13th of February.
About a hundred poverty stricken pupils at Putelo's Combined Primary School at Mbumbulu south of Durban have received school uniforms and other educational material.
The South African National Editors' Forum has condemned ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe's criticism of the SABC's coverage of the 'Zuma must go' campaign.
Sport plays a vital role in the rehabilitation of offenders in South Africa's prison.
The popular KwaZulu-Natal South Coast town of Port Shepstone has yet another tourist attraction. A motor museum has opened its doors and it is the first of its kind in the province. The Munster Motor Museum has revved-up enthusiasm in vintage cars. It boasts an impressive collection that date back to 1933. The eye-catching vehicles […]
Journalism is under fire across the world.
African National Congress (ANC) National Executive Committee( NEC) members are in various areas around Cape Town encouraging people to be part of the launch of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Celebrations at the Grand Parade on Sunday. After 27 years of incarceration, Mandela made his first speech to thousands of people at the parade in Cape […]
Minister of Tourism, Toko Xasa, says the memory of Nelson Mandela will help develop domestic tourism in the Eastern Cape. “We plan to change this place (Eastern Cape) in honour of Nelson Mandela.” Xasa has mentioned a number of tourism drives happening in the province like the pilot shark cage diving project at Port St […]
The Tourism Department will on Saturday launch an app in Mthatha that will show 100 tourist destinations aligned with the international acclaimed liberation struggle icon, Nelson Mandela.
The Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape is hosting the 'Release Mandela Historic Memories' project on Saturday.
Organisers of the Nelson Mandela Centenary celebrations in Cape Town say the programme will continue as planned on Sunday.
The man accused by the public of having killed former Bafana Bafana footballer, Senzo Meyiwa says he was a coward on the fateful day but he did not shoot anyone. Senzo was killed on 26 October 2014 at Kelly Khumalo’s house in Vosloorous, east of Johannesburg. No arrests have been made and the son of […]
A veteran Hollywood executive who was Rose McGowan's manager when the actress was allegedly raped by Harvey Weinstein has committed suicide, media reports citing her family said Thursday.
Renowned South African musician, Sello "Chicco" Twala says he does not think his son killed former Bafana Bafana player, Senzo Meyiwa.
The Institute for Creative Arts at University of Cape Town will host the first ever Live Art Network Africa in the City of Cape Town.
South Africa's second city is now facing the prospect of having to turn the taps off under a so-called "Day Zero" scenario to conserve the city's remaining water supplies.
The world's first passenger drone named EHang 184 made its first public flight on Tuesday in south China's Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) confirms it has received a complaint about the cancelled screenings of Inxeba: The Wound following protests against the film and threats of intimidation and violence.
Seventeen Gauteng children will get facial reconstructive surgery at the Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital in Johannesburg as part of Smile Week.
The Pan South African Language Board has given 32 community radio stations and three SABC stations indigenous language dictionaries in Polokwane.
Actor John Mahoney, who portrayed the no-nonsense father in the TV sitcom "Frasier," has died in Chicago at the age of 77.
!Xun speaking San communities across the African continent will soon have a Bible in their own language.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation is introducing new changes to its daily schedule. As of effect on Monday, 5th February, the 18h00 news bulletin is moving to 21h00.
Grammy-winner Dennis Edwards, who performed lead vocals for some of the chart-topping Motown singles recorded by The Temptations in the 1960s and 1970s, has died at age 74.
Married women between the ages of 25 and 50 years old now have the chance to enter the Mrs South Africa beauty pageant as their road show kicks off this week.
The Khoi and the San people will soon have a bible in their own language known as !Xun in less than a decade to come.
The producer of the South African film, Inxeba, has lodged a complaint with the Human Rights Commission after death threats and intimidation against its production staff and moviegoers.
SterKinekor has cancelled the screening of the acclaimed South African film, Inxeba, or The Wound, at all its cinemas in Cape Town.
Animal rights groups and pet owners braved rainy weather in Durban to raise awareness of the effects of loud bangs on animals.