Tourism booming in Western Cape, surpassing pre-COVID-19 figures

International two-way passengers travelling through Cape Town International Airport between January and July 2023 reached one-point-six million, growing by 69 percent compared to the same period in 2022.

Life inside the 'hijacked' Johannesburg building where scores burned alive

Like many impoverished residents of downtown Johannesburg, Sihle Dube had rented a tiny room from someone who didn't actually own it, in a rundown building that was becoming a trash-strewn haven for drugs and crime.

Battle of best nines past and present in World Cup opener

Few World Cup opening matches can have been so highly anticipated as Friday's blockbuster between hosts France and New Zealand and the clash of scrumhalves Antoine Dupont and Aaron Smith looks like being an intriguing subplot.