A federal judge has blocked U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration from terminating grant funding for teen pregnancy prevention programs run by affiliates of Planned Parenthood, saying the decision was arbitrary. U.S. District Judge Thomas Rice in Spokane, Washington, ruled on Tuesday that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services had failed to satisfactorily explain […]
Cape Town Disaster Management says its teams are on high alert following a warning from the Weather Office about stormy conditions on Wednesday night.
Residents of Westbury, west of Johannesburg, have expressed concern over the shortage of essential medicine including antibiotics and pain killers at their local clinic.
A leadership lecturer at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, Dr Renata Schoeman, says there is still stigma attached to depression in the workplace.
Government is beefing up security in the fight against wildlife crime. Over R235 million has been set aside for the project.
Nuclear technology can now be learned at two Pretoria schools.
Rangers and other employees at the Kruger National Park (KNP) have signed a pledge to double their efforts to combat rhino poaching.
The City of Cape Town says dam levels have dropped further over the past week.
Twelve suspected rhino poachers including a police officer have been arrested and three rhino horns confiscated in the Kruger National Park in Limpopo and Mpumalanga over the past five days.
Strong growth in ad sales on Google search and YouTube have not been enough to offset a surge in costs at parent Alphabet Inc.
Nehawu in the North West says it will strike across all spheres of the public sector, if they do not reach an agreement with the Department of Health soon.
California will suffer more volatile weather this century with a “whiplash” from drought to rain and mounting risks a repeat of the devastating “Great Flood” of 1862, scientists said on Monday. Climate change, driven by man-made greenhouse gas emissions, would drive more extreme shifts between hot and dry summers and wet winters in the most […]
Cape Town Disaster Management says it will remain on high alert ahead of expected heavy rain today (Monday) as well as later this week.
Capetonians can brace for much needed heavy rain from later Monday afternoon.
As April is national Autism awareness month, Autism South Africa has been embarking on awareness campaigns focusing on educating the nation about this disorder.
Officials from the City of Cape Town have met with representatives from the social security agency South Africa Social Security Agency and the Social Development Department to discuss the smooth provision of disaster relief in the city.
People around the world are celebrating Earth day, a day meant to bring awareness to the importance of protecting the planet.
More than one-thousand women participated in the Pap smear campaign to screen for cervical cancer at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central hospital.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared Saturday that Pyongyang would halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches, five months after its last ICBM launch amid a rapid diplomatic thaw.
The South African Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) says government needs a bold energy transition vision.
Bill Gates warned Wednesday that malaria was back on the rise again and would continue to claim more lives worldwide unless governments reinvigorated their push to eradicate the disease.
The National Community Radio Forum wants the Communications Minister to intervene in the stalemate between community radio stations and signal distributor, Sentech.
Humans sweat, dogs pant, cats lick their fur. Animals have adopted an interesting array of techniques for regulating body temperature through evaporation.
A volcano erupted in southern Japan on Thursday, spewing steam and ash hundreds of metres into the air, as authorities warned locals not to approach the mountain.
Engineer Clement Mokoenene has come up with an invention that may make drivers and their cars creators of electricity.
Health minister, Aaron Motsoaledi says the Army will be asked to provide medics to assist with the ongoing health workers' strike in the North West.
Africa may be the mother of innovation, but the continent is still not innovating on the Cloud.
The water levels of dams in the country have improved nationally with the exception of the Western Cape, following days of rain in many parts of the country.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has started the process of releasing five billion litres of water from the Berg River Dam near Franschhoek in the Boland into the Misverstand Dam on the West Coast.
The International Renewable Energy Agency says renewable energy needs to be scaled up at least six times faster for the world to start to meet the goals set out in the Paris Agreement.