In the UK today, there are over 7 million people who would be classed as carers, with almost a quarter of a million of those aged under 19 and often not in education, employment or training.
With an arrogant, ill-starred gamble for partisan advantage, the Conservatives have destroyed the very thing they supposedly stand for.
In early December, British foreign secretary Boris Johnson was forced to deny reports that he’d told a group of ambassadors he was personally in favour of the free movement of people across the European Union.
Since the so-called Brexit, there has been a resurgence in the importance of the Commonwealth to the UK. This comes as the country begins to seek direct trade relationships with the outside world while it prepares to leave the European Union (EU).
In the last two years, UK visa applications from South Africa have jumped by 50%. So, in the spirit of giving, here are some top tips to help you out should you be looking across the pond.
The ruling party has sent delegates to the United Kingdom to meet with the Labour Party, in order to get a better grasp of how to adjust to being the opposition.
Thanks to a ruling in London’s high court, the UK appears to be moving towards making a decision about what Brexit means in a more democratic way.
Nearly six months after the UK’s vote to leave the EU, the path to Brexit is still uncharted.
The United Kingdom – and more specifically London – could lose a large part of its workforce if EU nationals have to abide by the same visa rules as non-EU nationals.
Join the campaign to bring back visa-free travel for South Africans to the UK
There’s no reason to believe Britain will be more restrictive than the European Union (EU) when it comes to trade agreements with South Africa, said trade and industry minister Rob Davies.
A worst case scenario for the United Kingdom (UK) could be a boost for South African trade between the UK and the European Union (EU), a trade consultant and economist said on Wednesday.
What the hell is blue wine? Well, it is actually a thing and all the rage at the moment, AND apparently it pairs well with nachos and sushi. Yum yum!
The votes are in, the choice is made: Britons have voted OUT. Amidst the claims that markets will collapse and the country is ruined, we have at least the answer to one question.
Hugo Swire, Minister of State for the Commonwealth encourages all those eligible to vote in the EU referendum to register and have their say on 23 June.
South Africans are not new to the concept of political turmoil. Resilience within political instability is possibly one of the only things we have to thank Zuma for – and that’s pretty charitable as a view.
Migrating to a new country is one of the scariest things anyone can do.
Whether you know your UK politics, or you know nothing (Jon Snow), this hilarious video will show you another side of the UK elections.
London is a populous city of about 8.5 million yet you still manage to bump into friends in unexpected pubs and bars
The UK is still the favourite destination for migrants from South Africa. Check out the most popular destinations for each country’s migrants…
Britain is now the first country in the world to permit the use of a “three-person IVF”. Babies conceived in this way will have biological material from a mother, a father and a female donor. But why?
It’s a tense time for South Africans who eagerly await this evening’s SONA address from President Zuma. If Mr Malema delivers and the EFF disrupt the address then the rand should weaken well beyond the 18.00 level
Has spring started in the UK yet?
Britain is still an untapped market for safaris, especially as sterling is so strong against the Rand.
Andrea Gada’s relatives in Zimbabwe have been rejected temporary travel visas to attend her funeral as Home Office found them to be “too poor” and likely to abscond