More flurries forecast for South Africa, you say? Bring it on. The next few days will bring a whole heap of snow to these provinces in particular.
This weekend, Kouthar Davids said she didn’t believe in COVID, despite being hospitalised by it – and it’s made things awkward with one station
Plans devised by the Limpopo Health Department have been fiercely opposed this week, after a ‘no vaccine, no alcohol’ policy was proposed.
Former President Jacob Zuma is essentially broke, and now struggles to pay his legal fees. But is selling his Nkandla home a viable solution?
Government officials are asking Cape Town residents to express caution, after cases of the infectious rabies disease were detected this week.
Despite his massive Nkandla complex and a healthy presidential pension, Jacob Zuma claims he has no money left for lawyers.
Falling out with our army? It could only be Julius Malema: The EFF leader has once again attacked SANDF, telling the military he’s ‘not scared’ of them.
The Western Cape is set to become a winter wonderland this week, with a wide coverage of snowfall forecast over the next few days.
Some people have no shame: The German suspect accused of killing Madeleine McCann has mocked investigators – with a cartoon he sketched.
Cynical South Africans fear that this latest cash injection could be chowed by corrupt officials, after the IMF sent another R65 billion to SA this week.
After a long reign at number one, Wits University has slipped to second place in the ARWU rankings – and South Africa has a new table-topper.
The former president of South Africa is now asking citizens to send donations his way – as Jacob Zuma heads into a renewed round of court battles.
As COVID-19 cases rise in the province, KZN Health MEC Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu attended a party that stuck two fingers up to the law.
Limpopo’s Health MEC has dropped a bombshell on Monday, revealing that the province may prevent unvaccinated citizens from buying alcohol.
High alert for what? The so-called National Shutdown barely made a ripple on Monday – prompting some hilarious reactions online.
SANDF has indirectly gone into battle with Julius Malema on Monday, after they responded to claims that soldiers on SA’s streets were ‘going without food’.
Give this lot the captain’s armband, because they are showing us leadership. The 18-to-34-year-olds have wasted no time in getting vaccinated.
A radio host from Cape Town has left us all baffled with her take on COVID-19, after she was interviewed at an anti-vaxxer protest on Saturday.
If this application is successful, alcohol restrictions will be dropped for SA – and Vinpro are pinning their hopes on three major arguments.
If you applied for the R350 grant earlier in August, it’s possible your money could come today – but SASSA have had to clarify some issues with payments.
Local lockdowns have had limited success in South Africa – but some regions are being held back by high COVID-19 rates elsewhere.
Burning debris was scattered across Umgeni Road on Monday morning, amid concerns of ‘National Shutdown’ protests spreading through SA.
The threat of unrest remains high in SA, and the first signs of disruption have emerged at Evaton Mall, ahead of Monday’s planned ‘National Shutdown’.
Police are buckling up for a rough ride on Monday, and the threat of a ‘National Shutdown’ now requires a significant response.