With the Country slowly recovering from its tough economic and financial times .
The SANDF and The Rand show have signed a three year working contract which will see the SANDF showcasing it’s skills and equipment at the event.
As South Africa marks the end of Human Rights month this weekend, African governments have been urged to tighten laws to prevent the killings and attacks against persons living with albinism.
A 19-year-old Cape Town based designer has been selected to showcase his street fashion at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in May.
The annual Rand Show is back with lots of activities for the whole family.
Head of Education in KwaZulu-Natal, Dr Enock Nzama has refuted claims saying there have been irregularities on sanitary towels supply in the province.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) in the Western Cape is urging all motorists and road users to take extreme caution over the long Easter weekend.
Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan says it's surprising that some former and current cabinet ministers continue to deny their involvement in alleged State Capture.
The Health Department in Limpopo says its facilities are ready to help treat the influx of patients who will be visiting the province during the Easter holidays.
The review application for the re-classification of controversial film Inxeba "The Wound" is currently underway in the North Gauteng High Court, Pretoria.
Singing sisters Chloe x Halle said the release of their debut album, "The Kids Are Alright" is surreal after creating it for three years.
About 37schools and churches in Soweto are set to benefit from the cash injection of more than 8 million from the Motsepe Foundation.
The head of the Cannes film festival says he is banning selfies on the red carpet, claiming they cause "unwanted disorder" before premieres.
Marginalised and stigmatised groups in societies such as sex workers, homeless people are at particular risk of human rights violations during policing and security operations.
Children in Emalahleni, in Mpumalanga, called for an end to child abuse, saying they fear for their lives after the recent killings of children living with albinism.
NGO's in the Eastern Cape are joining efforts to decrease the number of rape cases in the province.
Porn actress Stormy Daniels said she was threatened in a bid to keep her silent about her alleged fling with Donald Trump, which she detailed in a highly-anticipated primetime TV interview broadcast Sunday.
Many jazz lovers have welcomed the honouring of world renowned musician Hugh Masekela at this year's Cape Town International Jazz festival for his musical prowess and lifelong commitment to the music.
South Africa is among 15 countries which will share challenges facing the implementation of children's rights online.
KwaZulu-Natal's gearing up for a bumper Easter. More than 26 000 police officers will be deployed in the province over the long weekend.
Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky, the proudly South African single-grain whisky, has won the World's Best Grain Whisky award and its founder distiller Andy Watts has won the global Icon of Whisky Master Distiller/Master Blender award for 2018.
The 12th annual South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTA) celebrated young people that continue to make a mark in the industry.
Organisers of the 19th Annual Cape Town International Festival says this year's installment is showcasing diversity in cultures and music genres.
It's all systems go for the 12th South African Film and Television Awards (Safta) at Sun City Super Bowl in the North West this weekend.
The 19th annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival got underway in the Mother City on Friday night.
A 20-year-old male beautician Clifford Nzube, said his mother motivated him into the female dominated profession.
One of the world's leading platinum producers, Lonmin, says it will embark on a journey to rebuild trust and confidence in the community of Marikana in the North West.
Jazz lovers put on their dancing shoes Thursday night at the opening of the inaugural Mossel Bay Jazz festival in the Garden Route town.
Twenty-thousand South Africans contract drug resistant tuberculosis every year.
Children are given a voice and opportunity to express themselves through learning about their rights and democracy through play and dialogue.