Saudi Arabia has pledged support for South Africa to be accorded the observer status in the Organization for Islamic Co-operation (OIC). This follows a meeting between President Cyril Ramaphosa and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud.
The United Democratic Movement (UDM) is adamant that relations with the Democratic Alliance (DA) in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro will continue to be compromised, unless the DA apologises to Councillor Mongameli Bobani.
Big businesses in Cape Town are pushing ahead with plans to get off the water grid by establishing their own water purification plants.
Parliamentarians in South Sudan voted Thursday to extend the mandate of President Salva Kiir’s government for an extra three years, in a move likely to complicate peace efforts.
Business Leadership South Africa says it’s publishing a report that makes damning findings about the company Viceroy, which it describes a ‘short seller’.
Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) says negative aspersions cast on companies could harm the economy.
Research commissioned by Business Leadership South Africa’s (BLSA) has revealed that Viceroy’s research report on Steinhoff was substantially plagiarised.
SABC News’ Gillian Pillay who is part of the 40 climbers participating in the Trek-4-Mandela Centenary climb of Mount Kilimanjaro says she feels as if she is not ready.
United Nations and others bodies argue that shifts in climate patterns, often as a result of man-made actions, will become the most potent driver of existing conflicts and future wars in the world.
The Muslim Judicial Council says it’s concerned about what seems to be the targeting of Muslim businessmen in Cape Town.