What a permanent split between Huawei and Android could mean for SA users
Google has reportedly severed ties with Huawei, essentially cutting it off from the Android operating system after the US alleged that the Chinese government was using Huawei's equipment for espionage.
Saray Khumalo hailed as strong woman after conquering Mount Everest
Khumalo descended successfully to base camp at the weekend, despite losing two team members along the way.
South Africans hurt in Giza blast expected back home on Monday
The group, along with other tourists, were travelling on a bus to the famed Giza pyramids when they came under attack on Sunday.
SACP denounces ‘attack’ by SA Jewish Board on Sisulu over Israel Embassy
This follows an article by the 'Daily Maverick' on Friday which quoted the board’s vice-president Zev Krengel who said Sisulu was a threat to the Jewish community in South Africa.
UPDATE: N1 Highway reopened following fatal multi-vehicle collision
Four people were killed and over 20 others were injured in the 17-vehicle pileup which involved trucks, a bus, minibus taxi and cars.
Saray Khumalo completes descent from Mount Everest summit
Khumalo arrived at base camp on Saturday afternoon after making history as she became the first African black woman to summit the iconic mountain.
Lenasia South residents call on alleged land invaders to leave their area
On Saturday, police had to be deployed to the area as tensions boiled over between alleged land grabbers and community members.
Save the Vaal obtains interdict to force govt to act on Vaal River pollution
The interdict forms part of an existing one which requires the Emfuleni Municipality to prevent raw or partially treated sewage from entering the river.
Saray Khumalo descends Everest, to make contact with SAns for first time
Khumalo is the first African woman to summit Everest.
JMPD investigating 2 incidents of land grabs in Lenasia, Wimbledon
The area had been a hotspot for land grabs with Lenasia residents last week threatening to shut down the area in protest against illegal land occupation.
Mashaba commends Glenvista community for helping clean up parks, fix roads
The cleanup operation is part of the mayor's A Re Sebetseng campaign where roads are marked, parks and streams are cleaned and to maintain areas in and around Johannesburg.
'Some days are grumpier than others' - Fans mourn Grumpy Cat
"We are unimaginably heartbroken to announce the loss of our beloved 'Grumpy Cat'," her owners said in a statement on Twitter.
How Robert Marawa's dismissal unravelled
Sports presenter Robert Marawa tweeted that he had been told, via a text message, not to arrive at the studio for his regular show, ‘Thursday Night Live with Marawa’.
Gift of the Givers confirms withdrawal from Makhanda
“Our hearts are with the people of Makhanda, the elderly, the women and children and everyone who waited so patiently for water but as a matter of principle we cannot continue.” – Imitiaaz Sooliman
What's lies ahead for SA's underperforming parties?
After the 2019 election votes were tallied, the outcome for 22 parties was only four-digit figures, with 13 of these parties receiving less than 5,000 votes. Do these smaller parties still have a future?
Maimane retains leadership of the DA until 2021
DA federal chairperson Athol Trollip made the announcement at a press conference in Johannesburg on Monday afternoon.
Unemployment rate: Graduates caught in vicious cycle
Statistics South Africa says the number of employed people decreased by 237,000 to 16.3 million in the first quarter of this year.
'True South African hero' who designed new SA flag dies
Frederick Brownell, the man who designed the South African flag used since the country’s transition to democracy in 1994, has died at the age of 79. Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa labelled him 'a true South African hero' whose name would be 'etched in history'.