Giving gadgets brains will be a hot theme at the Consumer Electronics Show set to open in Las Vegas, with device makers big and small touting hardware with "smarts."
It has emerged that many people celebrating the New Year ignore municipal bylaws restricting the use of fireworks.
The National Sea Rescue Institute has urged beachgoers to be extremely cautious this week. This as the first full moon of the new year on Tuesday will result in a spring tide and stronger than normal rip currents.
Capetonians have started the new year with the implementation of level six water restrictions.
Lifeguards have been forced to suspend the search for a 24-year-old man believed to have drowned at Monwabisi beach in the Cape Peninsula due to rough sea conditions.
Fourteen people were injured during a "chemical spill" at a shop off the Brighton Road in Kraaifontein in Cape Town on Sunday afternoon, says Western Cape paramedics.
Social media giants Facebook and Twitter are facing a deadline in Britain to cooperate with an inquiry into so-called fake news in the Brexit referendum campaign, a parliamentary committee chairman said Friday. The companies have been given until January 18 to share information requested by British lawmakers probing suspected Russian interference around the vote, according […]
A man charged with killing white lions at Alldays in the north of Limpopo, will appear in court soon in the New Year.
We take a look at the year and how the internet grew in 2017.
2018 is expected to be a bright year for professional star gazers.
A renal patient from the Mdantsane township in the Eastern Cape is hopeful that she will get a kidney donor in 2018. Thirty-five-year-old Andiswa Busakwe was diagnosed with kidney failure in 2008. She is one of thousands of South Africans with renal chronic disease. There is also a growing concern about the increase in chronic […]
The Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs (CATA) Department in the North West says it prides itself with having returned home all the two thousand initiates who took part in this year's summer initiation period.
The South African Weather Services says residents should brace themselves for heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms and lightning across KwaZulu-Natal.
Apple Inc defrauded iPhone users by slowing devices without warning to compensate for poor battery performance, according to eight lawsuits filed in various federal courts in the week since the company opened up about the year-old software change.
Eastern Cape Health Department says it's considering seeking assistance from the private sector, regarding the bodies piling up at their forensic facilities.
Apple on Thursday apologized to its customers for slowing down performance of older iPhone models and said it would discount replacement batteries for some of its handsets.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has warned those engaging in illegal water use activities in the Western Cape, that they will face prosecution.
Gauteng Health MEC, Gwen Ramokgopa, says the mother of a toddler who died at the Incredible Happenings Church on Christmas Eve, does not blame public health officials for the death.
An organisation in Cape Town which provides integrated wildfire support services, is offering a reward of R10 000 for information about incidents of possible arson in the Tokai Forest.
A Japanese researcher has developed, by accident, a new type of glass that can be repaired simply by pressing it back together after it cracks.
Government must ensure citizens get tested for HIV and AIDS.
The Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi) and BCX have announced a strategic partnership to equip previously disadvantaged and unemployed youth with the critical technology skills.
Online social media and networking company Facebook is well known for its culture of open mindedness and innovation. The regional head quarters for Facebook on the African continent serves 170 million users. Morning Live producer, Kirat Lalla went to visit Facebook Africa to find out a little more about this company. [WATCH] SABC visits Facebook Africa
At least 200 Christmas babies have been delivered across the country. The first Christmas baby is reported to have been delivered just after midnight at the Mankweng hospital in Polokwane in Limpopo. Close to 100 babies entered the world on Christmas Day in Gauteng and at least 70 in Kwazulu Natal. Scores of little bundles […]
Firefighters are still battling to contain a veld fire that has been raging in the Du Toitskloof Mountains since Sunday.
At least 80% of a large vegetation fire that has been raging in the Du Toitskloof Mountains has been contained.
The South African Weather Service says no rain is expected in Gauteng on Monday, Christmas Day.
Some 200 people have been killed in the southern Philippines after a tropical storm battered the archipelago nation's second-largest island, triggering heavy flooding and landslides that have ravaged towns and displaced tens of thousands.
The death toll from a tropical storm in the southern Philippines climbed swiftly to 133 on Saturday, as rescuers pulled dozens of bodies from a swollen river, police said.
A Pretoria man has embarked on a 20 day hunger strike to raise funds to feed animals during the festive season.