The Legal Resources Centre has launched an application in the Grahamstown High Court on behalf of two parents whose application to register their child’s birth has been rejected by the Department of Home Affairs’ because the child’s mother does not have a valid visa...
Progress in closing the global workplace gender gap is slowing dramatically, according to a World Economic Forum study, with a notable exception in Rwanda, a country still emerging from the aftermath of genocide that has become the world's leader on equal pay.
Svetlana Kuznetsova hacked off her own hair with a pair of scissors and burst into tears before saving a match point and eventually beating defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska 7-5 1-6 7-5 at the WTA Finals in Singapore yesterday.
A localised monopoly board game with 22 familiar locations has been launched‚ offering players an opportunity to "buy" or build hotels at the Kruger Park‚ Kimberly’s Big Hole and Cape Town’s Boulders Beach.
Durban domestic worker Avontalent Tanhera’s spicy, two-coloured plaited bread was undoubtedly the show-stopper of the second episode of 'The Great South African Bake Off' 2016. She served it up with a cooling cucumber dip
Finance minister Pravin Gordhan‚ his deputy Mcebisi Jonas and director-general in the treasury Lestja Kganyago kicked for touch on energy matters on Wednesday‚ refusing to give detailed answers to questions on the country's future energy mix and how it will be financed.
Watch: Polo teaches BMW X5 a lesson in handling as Durban ramming attempt backfires
| 09 February, 2016 13:03
A BMW X5 driver tried to ram a VW Polo on a Durban four lane highway - but the Polo managed to nip away from the crazed BMW driver, who promptly lost control of his own vehicle and crashed into the grassy verge. Video posted to YouTube by Ivan Leon.