Fatima Meer was born in Durban on 12 August 1928
In 2011 we exposed the “Crime Corridor” between Mozambique and South Africa. What has changed two years on since SANDF took control of this notorious part of the border that was controlled by SAPS.
As South Africa celebrates Freedom Day, the country seems to be coming to terms with the reality that not all is well, writes Ralph Mathekga.
President Zuma has hailed South Africa’s successes during his keynote address at the Freedom Day celebrations in Pretoria.
Controversy on the criteria used to award the National Orders had already reached fever pitch writes Tula Dlamini.
Margaret Thatcher, the “Iron Lady” who dominated British politics for two decades, died on Monday following a stroke.
The BRICS mechanism aims to achieve peace, security, development and cooperation. It also seeks to contribute to the development of humanity and establish a more equitable and fair world.
While it expects some bumps along the way, the Africa Cup of Nations local organising committee (Afcon LOC) has reiterated its stance that it is ready to host the tournament which kicks off tomorrow.
African champions Zambia have adopted a practice-makes-perfect philosophy before defending the title in South Africa during January.
The variety and diverse options of established and unique activities available within South Africa’s Gauteng Province is suited to many leisure destination requests compared to the rest of the world.