A group of history buffs are undertaking a project that will profile the life and times of Chatsworth, south of Durban.
Bernie Sanders, a democratic socialist whose progressive agenda pushed the Democratic Party sharply to the left, ended his White House campaign on Wednesday, clearing the way for a November 3 election battle between former Vice President Joe Biden and Republican President Donald Trump.
Two truck drivers working for South African Breweries have been arrested and liquor worth millions of rands were confiscated in Kagiso in Gauteng's West Rand.
The top official in Wuhan,the epicentre of the coronavirus epidemic in China, warned residents to strengthen self-protection measures and avoid going out as Beijing preaches vigilance to avoid a resurgence of infections.
Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says payments of grants, notwithstanding a few glitches, went well across the country.
Alexandra residents defiant on day four of 21-day lockdown. The Gauteng Health Department has warned that the coronavirus will be difficult to fight if it spreads to the country’s townships. The department’s warning comes after five people were placed under quarantine in the densely-populated Alexandra township north of Johannesburg after being in close contact with […]
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared victory on Tuesday in Israel’s third election in less than a year, after television exit polls showed him just a seat short of a governing majority in parliament.
The Motsweding FM Current Affairs have an outside broadcast in Hartswater on Friday.
Mainland China reported 433 new cases of coronavirus infections on February 26, the National Health Commission said on Thursday, up from 406 on the previous day.
United Airlines Inc on Monday withdrew its full-year 2020 guidance, citing heightened uncertainty over how the duration and spread of the coronavirus to other regions could impact overall air travel demand.
An elderly man in the northern city of Padua has died after being infected with the coronavirus, becoming the first Italian victim of the disease, Health Minister Roberto Speranza said on Friday.
Chinese scientists are testing two antiviral drugs against the new coronavirus and preliminary clinical trial results are weeks away, the co-chair of a World Health Organization (WHO) meeting said on Wednesday.
Ten more people on a quarantined cruise liner in the port of Yokohama south of Tokyo have tested positive for coronavirus, the health ministry said on Thursday.
Twitter said on Monday that it had discovered attempts by possible state actors to access the phone numbers associated with user accounts, after a security researcher unearthed a flaw in the company’s “contacts upload” feature.
The inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Dr Neil Aggett continues with a new witness expected to testify at the High Court in Johannesburg.
Parliament has had another eventful session in 2019 following the May General Elections. Our reporter Bulelani Phillip looks at some of the highlights.
The forthcoming South African Communist Party (SACP) Special National Congress will determine whether communists are ready to contest political power.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng will on deliver the Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture on Saturday 23 November 2019 at the University of Johannesburg, Soweto.
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will hear The New Age related testimony from the former Director Generals of GCIS Themba Maseko and Jimmy Manyi.
The funeral of the Deputy Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy - Bavelile Hlongwa is taking place today.
The BRICS New Development Bank has been in existence for 5 years now. To talk about its success and failures we are joined by its Vice President Leslie Maasdorp.
Former SABC COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng will be testifying at the State Capture Commission in Parktown, Johannesburg on Tuesday.
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture continues hearing former Free State Economic Development MEC Mxolisi Dukwana’s evidence on Wednesday morning in Parktown, Johannesburg.
Outgoing acting SABC COO Craig Van Rooyen says he's confident that the public broadcaster will overcome its challenges.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday the extradition bill that sparked the territory’s biggest political crisis in decades was dead, admitting that the government’s work on the bill had been a “total failure”. The bill, which would have allowed people in Hong Kong to be sent to mainland China to face trial, sparked […]
The real competition is only just beginning as the women's World Cup heads into the knockout phase with hosts France and holders the United States -- the two favourites -- on a collision course to meet in the quarter-finals.
The Road Freight Bargaining Council has urged police to conduct swift and thorough investigations to ensure that those responsible for a series of recent truck attacks in KwaZulu-Natal are brought to book.
The South African Electoral Commission (IEC) Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Sy Mamabolo, says the Commission has received reports of an elderly voter who apparently died in a voting station on Wednesday in Elandspoort, Tshwane. At a press briefing held at the Results Operations Centre in Pretoria, the IEC expressed its condolences to the family.