Stuck at home with school suspended, Nguyen Doi Chung Anh made the most of a lockdown in Vietnam by using art to demonstrate tragedy, resilience and chaos in the world’s battle against the coronavirus.
The Democratic Alliance’s (DA) hairdresser’s case against Cooperative Governance Minister, Noksazana Dlamini-Zuma will be argued in the Cape Town High Court on Friday.
KwaZulu-Natal conservation body - Ezemvelo and the iSimangaliso Wetland Park Authority say they have prepared themselves for the re-opening of several parks and game reserves to visitors and hikers.
Hairdresser Beauty Matunhira arrives at her client’s home in Johannesburg armed with dye, relaxer and gel, ready to tackle her next case of lockdown hair.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will set out details on Wednesday of which sectors of the economy will be allowed to resume on June 15, including the reopening of zoos and drive-in cinemas in England.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris will reopen on June 25 from its longest closure since World War Two after being forced to shut for more than three months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tower’s management said on Tuesday.
The Eastern Cape government has written to the national government, requesting it to prohibit the sale of alcohol in the province.
Reclusive British street artist Banksy published a new artwork online on Saturday which depicts the United States flag being set alight by a candle that forms part of a memorial to an anonymous, black, silhouetted figure.
New Zealand’s capital has had an extra buzz of excitement over the past week since Hollywood director James Cameron and his crew flew in to film the much-anticipated sequel of the epic science-fiction film “Avatar”.
Africa's biggest radio station, Ukhozi FM, celebrates its 60th anniversary in June.
For 8 minutes and 46 seconds - the time it took George Floyd, an unarmed black man, to die at the hands of Minneapolis police - cable TV kids channel Nickelodeon’s screen went black on Tuesday to sounds of inhaling and exhaling, as white text flashed “I can’t breathe.”
Film and TV cameras can start rolling in California as soon as June 12, state officials said on Friday as they approved new guidelines to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus on sets.
The Johannesburg Zoo's male Gorilla Makokou is back home after a trip to a veterinary hospital.
Creatives Under Lockdown is a SABC News feature which focuses on issues affecting artists. This week actor, Thabo Malema, shares his experiences of being part of local and international productions.
The South African Council of Churches (SACC) has called on religious leaders to ensure that lockdown regulations are adhered to by pastors and congregants.
The civil rights movie “Selma” was made free for rental on Friday, a day after actor David Oyelowo said Oscar voters had deliberately snubbed the film in 2015.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he's concerned about the surge in alcohol-related hospital admissions, since the resumption of liquor sales.
American actress Whoopi Goldberg has leant her voice to an Extinction Rebellion animated film highlighting the precarious state of the planet’s natural environment.
An art gallery in Paris has sought inspiration in ancient China to help it enforce social distancing, by providing hats with winged extensions for visitors.
Anti-apartheid struggle stalwart and the last remaining ANC Rivonia trialist, Andrew Mlangeni, will turn 95-years-old on Saturday.
Hundreds of Greeks danced and sang from their cars at a drive-in music concert, the first such event since the country banned mass gatherings to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Coty Inc (COTY.N) is in talks with reality TV star Kim Kardashian West over a potential collaboration for a beauty line, the cosmetics maker disclosed in a regulatory filing on Wednesday.
Warner Music Group Corp WMG.O said on Wednesday it raised $1.93 billion in the biggest US initial public offering (IPO) so far in 2020, with the world’s third-largest recording label selling more shares than originally planned.
Two of London’s famous red telephone boxes have been reborn as a coffee stall, and the owners say the lack of inside space that was a drawback when they opened a week before lockdown could now be an asset in a socially distanced capital.
Hollywood studios and labor unions on Monday proposed extensive coronavirus testing and other safeguards to allow actors and crew members to resume movie and TV show production in the United States.
Young people in Langa Township, in Cape Town, are putting their free time to good use and earning a little bit of money.
Gym owners are calling on government to allow them to reopen their businesses under Level 3 of the national lockdown. Although exercise is now permitted from six o'clock in the morning until six at night, gyms remain closed.
The Restaurant Association of South Africa (RASA) is still pleading with government to allow sit-down clients at recognised establishments that follow strict measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Youth television channel MTV and other stablemate channels said they will go dark around the world on Monday to mark the death in police custody of George Floyd, joining other US entertainment outlets in condemning racial inequality.
Zimbabwean film Cook Off, a romance about a struggling single mother who finds love during a cooking competition, premiered on Netflix on Monday, a debut that its makers hope will propel the country’s small film sector to global audiences.