The eThekwini Municipality has pulled out all the stops to ensure Vodacom Durban July surpasses all expectations.
Netflix's first Indian original series makes its debut on Friday, the first of a slate of new shows aimed at the vast Bollywood entertainment market.
Russia on Thursday fined Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) for failing to provide its financial information to the authorities after Moscow labelled it a "foreign agent" late last year.
Rising government and public hostility towards the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Indonesia is threatening the battle against AIDS in the world's largest Muslim-majority country, activists and an official said.
More than 50 000 people are expected at Greyville Racecourse this weekend, to witness South Africa's best thoroughbreds race to the finish off the R3-million Vodacom Durban July.
Models strutted past Parisian landmarks, including the green book stalls that line the river Seine, at Chanel’s fashion show on Tuesday, as the luxury label mocked up an entire cityscape to present its latest Haute Couture collection.
Pamplona wants to reassure women they will be safe from abuse during the bull-running festival that starts in the Spanish city this week, countering calls to boycott the event in protest at a failed rape prosecution. Five men, who called themselves “The Wolf Pack”, were cleared in April of raping an 18-year-old woman at the […]
CEO of the South African Social Security Agency(SASSA) Abraham Mahlangu says they have worked tirelessly to resolve the issues around the payment of social grants.
France's president on Tuesday visited a nightclub founded by legendary Nigerian Afrobeat star Fela Kuti and announced the launch of an initiative dubbed "Africa culture season 2020."
The Makhonjwa Mountains in Barberton Mpumalanga has been declared as the province's first World Heritage Site.
Harvey Weinstein was fighting rape and sexual assault charges against a total of three women Monday, as New York prosecutors build a high-stakes legal battle targeting the disgraced Hollywood mogul.
I hear colour, says Neil Harbisson , the world’s first cyborg who has an antenna in his head. Some consider his use of technology as advancement in artificial intelligence (AI) or what he refers to as Artificial Senses (AS).
Stage classic Romeo and Juliet, one of the greatest love stories ever penned, has vowed audiences at the National Arts Festival in Makhanda.
The South African Weather Service (SAWS) says a cold front is expected to move in over the Western Cape and Western parts of the Northern Cape on Sunday.
To mark Nelson Mandela's hundred years since the truggle hero was born, the "Shave To Remember" campaign was born.
The Tourism industry has been given a more than 26 million rand shot in the arm. It's aimed at attracting more international visitors.
Authors Esinako Ndabeni and Sihle Mthembu have put together a collection of essays that revisits the history and origin of Kwaito.
The name of the city of saints, Grahamstown, has been changed to Makhanda.
A more than 400-year-old Rubens painting, worth an estimated R8 million, is on auction in Cape Town.
After a nude yoga class in a Paris park and a "no clothes day" at the city's trendiest art museum, hundreds of naturists are due to descend on a theme park near the French capital Sunday for a spot of trampolining.
Music composed by late bra Hugh Masakela will be used in the play "Gone native". The play is running at the national arts festival in Grahamstown.
A UNESCO panel on Thursday added Lake Turkana, a conservation hotspot in Kenya and a candidate site for the birthplace of mankind, to the list of endangered World Heritage Sites.
Preparations are underway for Africa's biggest horse racing event, the Vodacom Durban July.
AfriForum Deputy CEO Ernst Roets has launched his controversial book titled "KILL THE BOER" in Pretoria on Thursday.
The High Court in Pretoria found that the decision to classify the controversial film, Inxeba - the wound, as X18 be set aside as it is not hardcore porn.
An annual UN Secretary General's Report has found that the number of children affected by armed conflict and the severity of violations against them has increased in the past year.
The Innibos National Art Festival hopes to increase the economic spin-off the annual festival brings to the Lowveld.
Two inspiring young South Africans have been recognised for their community work by Queen Elizabeth II at a ceremony in London.
South African Festival goers are gearing up for the 44th annual National Arts Festival which starts this week in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape.
Joe Jackson, the patriarch of an American musical dynasty who started his son Michael and his Jackson 5 brothers on the road to stardom but also verbally and physically abused them, has died at the age of 89, CNN reported on Wednesday.