It's a strange new world, and people make sense of it in unique ways.
Boerewors, beach and that big New Year's Eve bash - if you're dreaming of the mother of all festive seasons after a tough year, think again.
We’re on a downward trajectory as the number of active Covid-19 infections and deaths drops across SA.
Covid-19 modellers have had a tough task, but one group in particular seems to have hit the nail on the head.
The whistles bottlenose dolphins use to communicate underwater are unique to each dolphin, and scientists have now made a breakthrough by using those ...
In this episode of the Khwezi Science Report, Tanya Farber takes us into the world of birds in the concrete jungle.
The effect of lockdown on gender-based violence (GBV) has been laid bare by a researcher who collected data from every support call centre.
An ancient rock painting in the Cederberg has been brought to life, reviving the sounds SA's first people made to summon rain to their arid landscape.
In this episode of The Kwezi Science Report, we look at the fascinating story of how the body of a man who died 9,000 years ago sheds light on ...
The Western Cape government is building an arsenal to curb the negative effects of alcohol, but those staring into the well of havoc say progress is ...