Germany’s Alex Cejka burst through the pack with a sizzling eight-under par 64 to take the lead in the opening round of the $1 million Thailand Golf Championship at Amata Spring Country Club on Thursday.
Microwave popcorn makers could face a long and difficult task ridding their snacks of trans fats, if a US Food and Drug Administration proposal to ban the additives goes into effect. Just ask Orville Redenbacher.
There was an air of excitement at the Zwartkops Raceway near Pretoria last week as hundreds of fans turned up for the unveiling of a prototype car for a new circuit-racing competition, the Global Touring Car (GTC) series.
The year is 2040. The rain is incessant, with storms that last for days. And it is hot. The heat comes in waves that seem to go on for longer and longer. It turns out that the climate-change hype was real. The daily failure of the ageing electricity grid makes...
Black nursery school children crowd around a boy holding a birthday cake on top of his head.
Photograph by: Alf Kumalo
Crowds outside the court at the Rivonia Trial, which began in October 1963. The ANC used the case to attract international attention to its cause.
Students at the University of Botswana and Swaziland demonstrate in Gaborone againts British and American support for Rhodesia when Botwana complained to the United Nations about border incidents. Seen here are the posters that read "U.S.A & Brittain, there is reason to label you the CANCER of Africa".
Photograph by: ALF KUMALO
Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela.
Alf Kumalo, the veteran journalist and acclaimed photographer who chronicled the story of South Africa, has died, but his pictures live on, telling the story of how South Africa's struggle was won through the barrel of a camera.