Ndlovu Youth Choir arrive home to loud cheers, love and hugs
The group, from Moutse in Limpopo, returned on Friday after an impressive run on America’s Got Talent.
SABC will not be broadcasting Rugby World Cup matches - report
The tournament is set to get under way on Friday when host nation Japan faces Russia.
Idols star Thami Shobede dead at 31
It’s understood Thami Shobede was admitted to hospital after collapsing during a performance on stage at the weekend.
DStv delicious festival in talks with Tiwa Savage's management
The Nigerian artist took to Twitter on Wednesday morning cancelling her performance at the festival due to the attacks on foreign nationals.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg (16) arrives in New York
On arrival on Thursday, she had a strong message for US President Donald Trump, asking him to listen to science.
'The Lion King' passes R100m mark at SA Box Office
The live-action remake has passed R100 million mark at the South African Box Office, making it the third film in history to do so.
SAA cancels flights between JHB, Hong Kong for second day
This came as Hong Kong’s international airport cancelled all its flights for the second day due to protests.
Fridays for Future: Learners continue protests for climate change in Germany
This was the 48th Friday that young people in Germany and other parts of the world were missing school to protest for change.
Report: EFF turns to SCA over Manuel defamation ruling
Last week, the Johannesburg High Court rejected the red beret's application for leave to appeal its ruling that the party’s comments against Manuel were defamatory, false and unlawful.
Mashaba promises to rebuild demolished Alex homes
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba met with community members after 80 homes were demolished last week, which prompted angry residents to burn three houses in Marlboro Gardens.
Gordhan’s lawyers ask court to set aside Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report
The Public Protector found Minister Pravin Gordhan guilty of improper conduct after he granted the early retirement payout of then Sars deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay.
Denosa calls on Ramaphosa to intervene to prevent ‘looming health crisis’
The union echoed sentiments expressed by several academics and health care organisations who warned that a staff shortage could cripple the nursing profession and lead to dire consequences for the national health sector.
Sharpeville massacre survivors hope elections will bring change to township
Sharpeville massacre survivors have bemoaned a lack of change and development to their community, despite the sacrifices the township had to endure.
'It was all in vain': Sharpeville massacre survivors angered by govt neglect
Nearly 60 years later, some victims of the massacre have told Eyewitness News that 25 years into democratic South Africa, they are yet to see the Sharpeville they had imagined.
Semenya among ‘Time’ magazine’s 100 influential people
Caster Semenya features in the icons category alongside Taylor Swift, Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga and Spike Lee.
AA warns consumers of another fuel price hike
The AA said on Monday a litre of petrol was likely to set you back 56 cents more next month, while its predicting that diesel will decrease by 5 cents.
Sudan army declares state of emergency after ousting Bashir
Omar al-Bashir was ousted by the army on Thursday, brought down by months of anti-government protests against his decades of iron-fisted rule of almost 30 years.
Eskom warns of high risk of load shedding on Thursday
Eskom says the system remains tight and vulnerable but load shedding will only be implemented if absolutely necessary.