Africa has made significant inroads in terms of accessibility to essential health services and treatment, says United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator Kiki Gbeho.
Hackers have attacked networks in a number of countries including data centers in Iran where they left the image of a U.S. flag on screens along with a warning: “Don’t mess with our elections”, the Iranian IT ministry said on Saturday. “The attack apparently affected 200,000 router switches across the world in a widespread attack, […]
Lassa fever has killed 142 people in Nigeria since the start of the year, says the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), reporting a rise of 32 fatalities in a month.
Prince Charles has called for a "blue economy" to promote the sustainable use of ocean resources and save Australia's Great Barrier Reef, as he visits the World Heritage-listed ecosystem Friday.
A cholera outbreak in overcrowded refugee camps in Uganda has killed about 40 people and infected more than 2 000 as health workers rush to stem the spread, aid agencies said on Thursday. Nearly 70 000 people from the Democratic Republic of Congo have fled to Uganda this year due to a surge in ethnic […]
Umgeni Water and officials from the Department of Water and Sanitation conducted a stakeholder engagement and also visited the Lower uThukela Bulk Water Supply Scheme in Mandeni on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast.
Government says the signing of the new IPP programme worth R56 billion will make electricity cheaper, cleaner for hard pressed consumers in the long term.
The KwaZulu-Natal Health Department says it will be targeting the 80% of women in the province who might be at risk for cervical cancer.
The George Municipality says they've discovered a new dangerous beetle infestation in trees in the Southern Cape Town.
Seventeen alleged members of an abalone poaching syndicate who were arrested last month in Gansbaai will again appear in court next Tuesday.
The Koeberg Nuclear Power Station's permanent Ground Water Desalination Plant is expected to be up and running at the beginning of 2019.
The Garden Route Dam in George in the Southern Cape, one of the larger dams in the region is over-flowing.
The Koeberg Nuclear Power Station outside Cape Town says within the next month it will be self-reliant in its water supply. The energy giant has built a temporary ground water desalination plant which will be processing 920 kilolitres of water per day. The Koeberg Nuclear Power Station has revealed its water resilience Strategy as the […]
SpaceX blasted off a load of supplies on Monday for the International Space Station aboard a rocket and a cargo ship that have both flown before, marking the second such flight for the California-based company.
Elon Musk, the flamboyant boss of Tesla and SpaceX, took to Twitter on April Fool’s day to joke the electric car-maker, which has been rocked by bad news, was going bankrupt. “Despite intense efforts to raise money, including a last-ditch mass sale of Easter Eggs, we are sad to report that Tesla has gone completely […]
The Gauteng department of Roads and Transport will allocate a budget to fix the R55 road.
Tesla also said vehicle logs from the accident showed no action had been taken by the driver soon before the crash and that he had received earlier warnings to put his hands on the wheel.
Friends, family and colleagues of Stephen Hawking gathered Saturday to pay their respects at his private funeral in Cambridge, where the British science great spent most of his extraordinary life.
VAT is set to increase and SARS will start collecting "Sugar Tax", from April 1, 2018.
The death toll from the Listeriosis outbreak has reached 189.
An array of stage productions, including one on the water crisis in the Western Cape, will make their debut this weekend.
India's southern Kalaburagi city recorded its hottest day of the year on Thursday (March 29) with the mercury touching 42.3 degrees Celsius.
Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe has welcomed the Pretoria High Court ruling - in the application to interdict the signing of the Power Purchase Agreements for the 27 projects by Independent Power Producers.
The Cape Town Weather Bureau has issued a warning for possible flooding on Thursday mainly in the central Karoo and the Eden District in the Western Cape.
The South African government on Wednesday, urged consumers to observe all sell-by and use-by date for ready-to-eat products despite all meat being inspected and being safe for human consumption at abattoirs and processing plants.
The Africa Diaspora Forum wants refugees and asylum seekers to receive free health care in South Africa's public health institutions.
German luxury carmaker BMW has been sued in the United States over "defeat devices" installed in tens of thousands of vehicles in order to cheat diesel emissions tests, lawyers for the plaintiffs said Tuesday.
Global consumption of antibiotics has soared since the year 2000, stoking calls for new policies to rein in usage and fueling fears that the worldwide threat posed by drug-resistant superbugs will spiral out of control, researchers say.
Water consumption by residents of the city of Cape Town has this week dropped by 43-million-litres compared to the previous week.
The North Gauteng High Court has reserved judgment on an urgent application by Lobby group Transform SA and Numsa to stop Energy Minister Jeff Radebe from signing 27 renewable energy projects for Eskom.