Don’t worry, WhatsApp won’t see your texts… or nudes: expert
Many of the app's users have raised concerns and questions about what the updated policy meant for their personal data with rumours circulating that the mobile application will be sharing the personal data of its users with its parent company, Facebook.
Ramaphosa: Govt, society need to continue discussions on basic income grant
Ramaphosa is virtually delivering the party’s January 8 Statement.
SABC lays off 303 staff members after concluding Section 189 consultations
Late last year, the public broadcaster announced that it had temporarily halted the consultation process after being confronted by angry staff.
The Broken Rainbow Ep 4: Spending the holidays with chosen family
Some queer people say the continued ostracisation and homophobic treatment from their communities and relatives mean they can't go back home.
EC records 93 COVID-19 related deaths in the last 24 hours
According to the Department of Health 175 more deaths were reported, 93 coming from the Eastern Cape, bringing the country’s total death toll to 23,451.
The Broken Rainbow: The history of JHB Pride with Dr Bev Ditsie
Dr Palesa “Bev” Ditsie, teaches us about the important role Johannesburg Pride played in the acceptance of the LGBQTIA+ community in post-apartheid South Africa.
PODCAST: The Broken Rainbow: Transwomen with no safe healthcare -EP2
In the second episode of The Broken Rainbow, we listen to activists are calling for health authorities to explore other safer medication to help in the transition of transwomen.
Is SA’s judicial system doing enough to protect rights of lesbian, trans women?
Gender-based violence is widespread and entrenched in South Africa with President Cyril Ramaphosa recently describing it as our second pandemic.
PODCAST: The Broken Rainbow - Hated for being lesbian
As the country moves into Women’s Month to celebrate women and highlight the struggles they face, some lesbian and transwomen feel sidelined and ignored in the fight against issues like gender-based violence.
How EWN’s Aurelie Kalenga is feeding hundreds of families during COVID-19
"COVID does not ask for your nationality before it affects you and your pocket... it’s like the doors never shut.”
Govt to appeal court ruling declaring level 3, 4 regulations invalid
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu said that government would appeal the North Gauteng High Court ruling and said that this appeal must be heard on an urgent basis.
Zondo eyes end of June restart, expects Zuma to appear 'quite soon'
Chairperson of the state capture commission of inquiry, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, briefed the media on the commission's work during the coronavirus lockdown.
WATCH LIVE: Movement between hotspot areas prohibited - Mapisa-Nqakula
Ministers in the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security (JCPS) cluster are briefing the media on matters related to the enforcement of level 3 lockdown regulations.
Alcohol sales permitted Mon to Thurs - Dlamini-Zuma
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is briefing the nation on the level 3 lockdown regulations that will kick in on 1 June.
Barbz win: Nicki Minaj finally gets her Billboard Hot 100 flowers with Doja Cat
For the first time in the history of the Billboard's Hot 100 charts, two woman rappers have now landed a number one single.
All SAA flights to stop operating from 8 May - Gordhan
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is briefing a joint virtual meeting of Parliament’s committees charged with oversight of Public Enterprises on developments in state-owned enterprises, including SAA.
Proposed return date for grade 7s, 12s is 1 June - Motshekga
Angie Motshekga said the principles of opening schools at the right time was accepted once all conditions had been met.
Who qualifies and how to apply for unemployment grant
The grant will be paid to qualifying unemployed individuals who are permanent SA residents and refugees registered on the home affairs system.