Black Arab women are drawing inspiration from global anti-racism protests to fight back against long-standing discrimination and Middle Eastern beauty standards that favour light skin and straight hair.
A Johannesburg woman, who killed her husband 11 years ago, has called on victims of abuse to seek help or to walk away before it is too late.
Blues musicians in this lakeside town have come up with a novel way to please music lovers despite coronavirus restrictions - playing from borrowed fishing boats to people on shore.
Tom Petty’s family slammed President Donald Trump for using the late rock star’s hit “I Won’t Back Down” at his sparsely attended rally in Tulsa, sending the campaign a cease and desist warning.
Residents of Bloemfontein have expressed mixed views regarding the removal of colonial and apartheid statues in the Free State capital.
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay is urging writers, dancers, poets and other artists to help make the names of abusive police officers as well known as their victims.
British actor Ian Holm, best known for his roles in “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy and “Alien”, has died aged 88, the Guardian newspaper said on Friday.
There won’t be any dancing going on, but entertainment company Live Nation Entertainment are rolling out a series of gigs across the UK where fans can be together to get their fix of live events from the safety of their own designated area
Government has published protocols in the government gazette for personal care services like hairdressers, barbers and tattoo artists including the provision of sanitisers and regular cleaning and these come into effect from Friday.
Millions of women and children around the world have been faced with two pandemics amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The abuse and killing of women and children has been in the spotlight during the coronavirus after many countries around the world implemented lockdown measures to curb the spread of the virus.
“American Idol” winner Kelly Clarkson, actor Zac Efron and British star Benedict Cumberbatch are among celebrities who will be getting a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in 2021.
Vera Lynn, the singer who became a symbol of hope in Britain during World War Two and again during the coronavirus pandemic with her song “We’ll Meet Again”, died at the age of 103 on Thursday.
Director of research development at the University of the Western Cape Professor Burtram Fielding says there is a strong possibility that doctors will get better at treating and saving the lives of COVID-19 patients before a vaccine is developed.
A waste recycling project at Nquthu in northern KwaZulu-Natal has won a Platforma Award from the European Union.
Celebrated Afrikaans writer, Elsa Joubert, who passed away at the weekend from COVID 19-related complications at the age of 97 in Cape Town, has been hailed for bringing the struggles of those suffering under colonialism and apartheid to her Afrikaans readers.
Universal Studios said on Monday it expects to resume production in early July on “Jurassic World: Dominion” as Hollywood begins to emerge from a three-month coronavirus shutdown.
US-based Congolese fashion designer Anifa Mvuemba was excited about debuting her fashion line, Hanifa, at this year’s New York Fashion Week.
The organisation that hands out the Academy Awards said Friday it would form a group to develop diversity and inclusion guidelines that filmmakers will have to meet in order for their work to be eligible for Oscars.
The arts community is mourning the death of Cape Town dancer and choreographer, Kirvan Fortuin. 28-year-old Fortuin was stabbed to death at a house where he was with friends.
Khoisan traditional healers say people are looking at them to help in the fight against COVID-19. Many want herbs to boost their immune system and ease symptoms of the virus.
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who won acclaim for his role in the 2016 biopic of then Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, was found dead at his home in Mumbai on Sunday, police said.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth viewed a socially-distanced military ceremony at Windsor Castle to mark her official birthday on Saturday, after the coronavirus pandemic forced cancellation of the usual large parade of soldiers through central London.
Director Christopher Nolan's thriller "Tenet" will debut in cinemas on July 31,distributor Warner Bros. said on Friday, the first new blockbuster in months for movie theatres that need fresh films to lure audiences after pandemic-related closures.
The community of Leolo-Hoepakranza section outside Jane Furse in Limpopo has denied that some people were arrested for harvesting Artimesia Afra herb or Lengana, which is believed to be a remedy for treating respiratory related ailments.
People with albinism are just as capable as everyone. That's according to 29-year-old Lerato Sethibe who has Albinism. Sethibe who is from Maokeng, Kroonstad in the Free State, is a model and an up-and-coming actress.
Creatives Under Lockdown is a SABC News feature, which focuses on issues affecting artists. This week musician Tribute Mboweni shares the story behind her collaboration with DJ Ganyani.
Organizers of the Coachella music festival confirmed that the event would no longer take place this year because of the coronavirus epidemic, but announced new dates for April 2021.
The organisation that handout the Academy Awards said Friday it would form a group to develop diversity and inclusion guidelines that filmmakers will have to meet in order for their work to be eligible for Oscars.
Country music group Lady Antebellum on Thursday changed its name to Lady A, saying it regretted its blindspot over the name’s association with a time of slavery in the United States.
Disaster management authorities in the Western Cape are monitoring the impact of adverse weather conditions, following a cold front which brought heavy rain and a drop in temperatures in a number of areas.