President Cyril Ramaphosa has forgiven SABC News Presenter, Peter Ndoro for killing him off.
As Valentines Month draws to a near, Mogau Seshoene, famously known as the The Lazy Makoti, promises to host a date night filled with a delicious meal like no other.
The locally-made film "Doc-U-Mentally" - which highlights the extreme pressures junior doctors face in South Africa - will be released globally on Monday via Amazon, iTunes and Google Play.
Burberry’s star designer Christopher Bailey bid goodbye to the British brand on Saturday with a colour-infused show, showcasing designs with a rainbow twist on the label’s famed check print on a catwalk lit with laser beams. Bailey is leaving Burberry after 17 years, during which time he helped propel the brand, known for its trench […]
The 6th annual Cape Town Art Fair is flexing its international muscles. For the first time nearly half of the exhibitors at Africa's leading art fair are from abroad. This year there's a strong focus on women with a dedicated Solo section.
A pop-up art exhibition, where a pig is the main attraction, is causing quite a stir at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.
The Musicians Association of South Africa has sent its condolences to the family and friends of the legendary bubble-gum artist, Vusi Shange.
A high-profile victim of a disgraced pedophile priest said Saturday he was glad to finally be able to tell his story as the Vatican's top abuse investigator began a probe into an alleged cover-up in Chile.
The Ndebele Nation is looking to revive its monarch under the new regime in Zimbabwe.
South Africans on social media have come out to support SABC News presenter, Peter Ndoro. Ndoro will be taking a break from presenting the evening news with immediate effect.
A plan on how government will fund free higher education for students from households with a combined annual income of up to R350,000 will be announced during next week’s budget speech, South African president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday. Delivering the state-of-the-nation address, his first after succeeding Jacob Zuma, Ramaphosa said his predecessor’s announcement in […]
With the start of the Lunar New Year Friday, it is a time for the Chinese to reunite with their families, often after lengthy journeys, to eat, watch the most popular television show in the world and exchange lucky money.
A Khoisan activist and politician from the Eastern Cape arrived on the red carpet at the state-of-the-nation address on Friday in traditional attire, so that President Cyril Ramaphosa does not forget the indigenous Khoisan peoples.
SABC TV News Anchor presenter Peter Ndoro will be taking a break from presenting the evening news with immediate effect.
Delegates begin to arrive at the National Assembly for the State of the Nation Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa. The SABC captures the glitz and glamour on the Red Carpet.
Distributors of the controversial film Inxeba (The Wound) are considering legal action following the age restriction being moved to 18 years.
The release this week of Marvel Studios' latest superhero outing, "Black Panther", has triggered the enthusiasm of African movie fans and a sense of pride that Hollywood has finally plugged a gap.
Jennifer Aniston and husband Justin Theroux announced their separation on Thursday after less than three years of marriage, immediately sparking speculation that the former "Friends" star might reunite with her first spouse, Brad Pitt.
KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Sibongiseni Dhlomo has announced steps to bring the average waiting period to treat new cancer patients in Durban in line with the accepted norm by the end of April.
Three creators of the acclaimed Broadway musical, The Colour Purple, will arrive in South Africa shortly to attend performances of the first local production of the ground- breaking show at the Jo'burg Theatre.
SABC News’ exclusive interview with former South African President Jacob Zuma saw many flocking to the public broadcaster’s YouTube channel on Wednesday to gain insight into Zuma’s state of mind amid tensions in the African National Congress (ANC).
The controversial film Inxeba will be removed from movie theatres. This is according to CRL Rights Commission chairperson Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva.
Kenyans find a new purpose for Valentine's Day...
It’s nearly been a week since Sandiswa Sali left her home with her one-year-old child and never returned. Her family are distraught and with each passing day the feeling of hopelessness increases.
Pop star Britney Spears will be honoured for her support of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community at an awards ceremony this year, advocacy group Glaad said on Tuesday (February 13).
World Radio Day was declared by the United Nations through its Education Science and Cultural Organisation.
Marvel Studios brought "Black Panther" fever to New York Fashion Week, inviting designers to showcase clothes inspired by the iconic movie, already winning rave reviews ahead of its Friday release in the United States.
American musicians were once integral to political activism. The 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom is recognised as a seminal moment in American history and a triumph for nonviolent resistance. Today few American artists seem willing to take such an active role in political struggles.
In a warehouse north of Ecuador's capital, a small, busy army of dexterous workers puts the final touches on a shipment of made-to-order roses with tones as diverse as the colors of a rainbow suffused in fragrance capable of seducing even the most demanding nose.
A South African woman is making waves internationally after her small, raw-food, vegan restaurant in Taiwan's city of Tapei was selected as one of the eight most innovative plant-based restaurants in the world.