A viral Facebook post claiming that Eskom will provide free electricity to debt-ridden Soweto, is fake.
President Cyril Ramaphosa embarked on an campaign trail in Soweto in an attempt to regain lost ground before the 2019 elections.
There’s going to be chaos for some commuters in Gauteng for the next few months. Six well-frequented Soweto taxi routes have been banned from operating.
Motsoeneng had a lot to say about the ANC and inadvertently his hand in corruption as well…
The debt currently owed will balloon as more and more households turn to defiant alternatives.
Shocking allegations have been laid against three Soweto youths, prompting Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi and the police to investigate the matter.
The Soweto Gospel Choir, South Africa’s multi-award winning musical pride, is taking in their latest award.
Cyril Ramaphosa had a special message for the Soweto Gospel Choir, after they secured their third Grammy Award on Sunday night
How is Eskom going to increase its financial yield while still struggling to retrieve the R34 billion it is currently owed by defaulting municipalities?
This year’s Soweto Ink Tattoo Convention was everything it claimed it would be.
Kaizer Chiefs fans are not happy with the return of coach Ernst Middendorp.
The trial hasn’t even commenced and it’s already heating up at the Protea Magistrate’s Court.
The first Telkom Knockout semi-final is the Soweto Derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. Scroll for updates – and give them some time to load.
Buses were made available to transport loyal weekly and monthly ticket holders.
Soweto is a vibrant tourist hub that offers unique sightseeing.
Hank Willis Thomas is accused of plagiarism and appropriation after he reworked some of the most iconic images in SA’s history.
Soweto girls know they need to learn how to avoid the threat of rape that hangs over their daily lives.
Eskom is struggling to make ends meet and is asking government to help debt-collect from Soweto.
Violence erupted in Soweto on Wednesday after a foreign business owner allegedly shot a suspected robber. According to police, no foreigners have been killed in the violence.
Thankfully, calm has now been restored to Soweto.
A Somali shop owner says government fanned the flames of xenophobia.
Police spokesperson Colonel Lungelo Dlamini said calm had been restored to the area by early last night.
Treat yourself to cultural treasures in the City of Gold.
This fateful day in June 1976 will never be forgotten.