A case of animal cruelty involving the National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise is expected to resume on Friday morning at the Potchefstroom Regional Court in the North West.
City of Cape Town Disaster Management authorities have warned residents to take precautionary measures to shield themselves from the approaching storm which is expected to hit the Peninsula tomorrow evening.
The Nobel Museum in Stockholm has been gifted Albert Einstein's first paper published after he received the Nobel Prize in 1922 and discussing his then still controversial relativity theory.
The Cape Town Weather Office has issued a warning of a series of cold fronts and gale force winds from Friday afternoon in the Western Cape.
Facebook Inc’s plans to create a global cryptocurrency will face scrutiny from the US Senate Banking Committee on July 16, the latest sign that policymakers around the globe are casting a wary eye on the project.
CapeNature has introduced a new policy that will allow for the restricted consumptive use of species of wild flora for traditional, cultural and medicinal purposes.
Democratic Republic of Congo's government has declared an epidemic of measles, which the latest health ministry figures show has now killed at least 1,500 people, more than a hundred more than have died of Ebola.
Facebook has linked with 28 partners including Mastercard, PayPal and Uber to form Libra Association, a Geneva-based entity governing the new digital coin, according to marketing materials and interviews with executives.
France has the lowest levels of trust in vaccines globally, according to the world's biggest survey on public attitudes toward health and science, which was published on Wednesday.
The newly appointed Minister of Home Affairs says he looks forward to the advancement in technology that will improve the department's service delivery.
Ford South Africa working with World Vision South Africa, have launched an innovative community water project.
A rise in US visa denials for Chinese academics and intensified scrutiny of alleged links to Beijing over fears of potential espionage are having a chilling effect on long-standing research collaboration, researchers say.
The persistence of Congo’s Ebola outbreak and its deadly spread to Uganda in recent days show how societal issues are as crucial as scientific advances in controlling disease outbreaks, specialists in global public health say.
This is the first time that Huawei has quantified the impact of the US action against the company and Ren Zhengfei’s downbeat assessment comes after weeks of defiant comments.
Huawei’s American chip suppliers, including Qualcomm and Intel, are quietly pressing the US government to ease its ban on sales to the Chinese tech giant.
Argentina and Uruguay were scrambling to restore power to millions of people after a massive power failure hit the Argentine grid early on Sunday,Argentina's Energy Secretariat said.
The Group of 20 major economies were set to agree a deal on reducing marine plastic waste at a meeting in Japan Sunday where they also discussed energy security following the oil tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman.
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ( NSPCA) says it will be seeking legal advice to reverse the Johannesburg Zoo's decision to bring in two elephants from the Eastern Cape into the facility.
There's been a public outcry after the discovery of a dead 12-metre long Bryde's whale in False Bay near Cape Town.
A 100-kilogramme (220-pound) US World War II bomb was defused overnight near Berlin's central hub of Alexanderplatz, police said Saturday.
The delay comes as Huawei phones face being cut off from updates of Google’s Android OS in the wake of the US blacklist that bans American companies from doing business with the Chinese firm.
A group of learners from various schools in Cape Town have marched against climate change.
The City of Ekurhuleni says it hopes to restore power to the remaining parts of Kempton Park in the next few hours.
Deputy President David Mabuza says all Premiers and Mayors will be held accountable for the performance of their local Aids Councils in the fight against the epidemic.
Friday marks World Blood Donor Day. This is a global celebration of the millions of people throughout the world who donate blood on a voluntary, unpaid basis to save the lives of those in need.
Two-year-old Farid should have been vaccinated against polio, but his family - like many in rural Afghanistan - believed the conspiracy theories and refused to have him inoculated.
Deputy President David Mabuza will deliver a keynote address at the close of the 9th SA AIDS conference in Durban on Friday. Mabuza is the chairperson of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC). The four day conference started on Tuesday with a march by SANAC calling for the promotion of human rights and respect […]
"Classic chemotherapy was awful... but with this treatment, I feel hope," says French pensioner Jacques Braud, who is undergoing treatment for stomach cancer with a new form of therapy dispersed by aerosol.
A top committee of the WHO will convene on Friday in Geneva, Switzerland, to consider whether the current Ebola outbreak in central Africa constitutes a global health crisis.
Authorities repatriated the relatives of two people who died of Ebola in Uganda back to the Democratic Republic of Congo on Thursday, including a three-year-old boy confirmed to be suffering from the disease, the Ugandan health minister said.