After the New York Times purchased the newest internet sensation, Wordle, the game has started removing insensitive words.
South Africa’s national parks and dazzling aquatic life made the New York Times’ annual list of “52 Places” to visit in 2022.
Joan Didion who was a respected screenwriter, essayist and novelist – has died aged 87 from Parkinson’s disease.
A New York penthouse worth R2.5 billion is said to be a ‘trophy unlike any other’ and gives its owner the best views the city has to offer.
Meghan Markle is currently celebrating after her debut children’s book, ‘The Bench’, topped the New York Times’ Best Sellers list.
The ‘John Cena’ hitmaker, Sho Madjozi and her dance crew can be seen on a YouTube Music’s Black Voices billboard in Times Square, New York.
With Times Square celebrations going virtual this year, guests will have a truly unique experience during the traditional confetti celebrations, right below the ball.
The NYT has brought South Africa’s political killings crisis to a worldwide audience, with a detailed exposé of corruption within the ANC.
Splashed across the front pages and a double-spread, the NYT have laid into South Africa’s deputy president.
It’s fair to say he won’t be missed
For 20 years, the hit Broadway musical, The Lion King reserved places in its cast for South African performers. The New York Times followed them backstage. Check it out:
Jacob Zuma faces an increasing amount of scrutiny and criticism from international voices.
Someone in The New York Times newsroom must clearly be in love with Cape Town – and they have very good reason to be