The long wait for the new Springbok jersey finally ended this week when the new Rugby Championship primary and alternate kit was revealed.
The South African website called on registered film students at a South African university, college or similar to get creative – and win.
Despite the cost of living that people of Sierra Leone have been raising concern about, elections were held and votes counting kicked off.
The SLeone’s ex-soldier Julius Maada contests a second term as president, as he has already worked hard to rebrand himself.
The UN ambassador said the agreement between rival camps from Libya for the long-delayed elections involved “politically contentious issues”.
The IEC and Basic Education Department has launched a program aimed at educating and assisting school leaners to register and vote.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed into law the Electoral Amendment Bill of 2022 that gives effect to the Constitutional Court judgment.
Forget who was named the official man of the match, who was YOUR Springbok standout performer against England at Twickenham on Saturday?
Five candidates have so far publicly announced a run for Libya presidency, including Kadhafi’s erstwhile heir
A mismarked ballot paper can end up muting your democratic voice. Find out here what constitutes a spoilt vote
Slightly over 12 million people have received vaccination and are fully vaccinated, around 30% of adults in South Africa
It’s local elections 2021 time, but not all South Africans will vote. Mzansi does not make it compulsory like these other 22 nations.
If you are unsure where you are registered to vote this coming Monday 1 November, follow these steps to find out.
Here’s an opportunity for Election Day. E-hailing company DiDi will offer fantastic discount deals for first-time riders traveling to vote.
Police have reported 8 deaths, mostly councillor candidates, since campaigning for South Africa’s municipal elections started
In this day and age, casting your vote on election day is not just a case of going to your voting station, presenting your ID and making your mark on the ballot papers. In this selfie-obsessed, trigger-fingered age of social media, there’s much more to it.
Municipal Elections will take place on 1 November 2021. Find out who can register and how, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic
Municipal Elections will take place on 1 November 2021. Find out why local government matters, and why it’s so important that you do vote – even during a pandemic!