Bok Rugby World Cup jersey: The tech, design and heritage
As has been the case in the past, the iconic Springbok logo on the jersey will move to the left sleeve of the jersey to accommodate the official Rugby World Cup logo on the left breast.
Ramaphosa goes to areas affected by floods in KZN
President Cyril Ramaphosa visited areas in KwaZulu-Natal to assess the extent of the damage caused by the floods over the past weekend. Ramaphosa went to areas including Lamontville and Amanzimtoti.
Lesufi opens walkway at Hoërskool Driehoek
The MEC has also confirmed that his department received three reports on the investigation into the deadly collapse that will be made public soon.
Alex residents still want to meet Mashaba as protest suspended for now
Following an inter-ministerial meeting in Alexandra, leaders of the Total Shutdown in the township say that their protest is suspended until they get feedback from ministers and they meet with Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba.
Govt leaders meet with Alex community
A committee was set up by President Cyril Ramaphosa after his visit to the township last week following more than a week of protests.
Winter has come for SA 'Game of Thrones' fans
Selected South African 'Game of Thrones' fans were given a special screening of the 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 premiere at the Hyde Park Corner Nu Metro Cinema. Fans dressed up for the occasion.
SA fans stay up late for premiere of final season of 'Game of Thrones'
In South Africa, many stayed up to see the first episode which aired at about 3am.
Mashaba meets Alexandra councillors to hear community grievances
Protests erupted in the township last week after residents demanded that Johannesburg Herman Mashaba address their concerns over service delivery.
Hammanskraal demonstrators slam police for using force during protests
Following a day of protest action in at least three areas in the north of Gauteng, police were forced to use rubber bullets, stun grenades and tear gas to disperse crowds and contain unrest.
Protests at Gomorrah informal settlement calms down
Officers used tear gas, stun grenades, and rubber bullets to disperse stone throwing residents who tried to petrol bomb a church.
Church petrol bombed, rubber bullets fired amid Tshwane protests
In Hammanskraal, residents have blockaded roads with burning tyres and rocks, saying they don’t even have clean drinking water.
Gauteng police deploy in protest-hit areas to 'maintain law and order'
Residents in these areas have been protesting over service delivery issues including housing, water and electricity as well as basic infrastructure at schools and buildings in the communities.
There will be no votes without electricity, warn Bekkersdal residents
Police fired rubber bullets at protesters during Wednesday's demonstrations and subsequent looting in the area.
ANC distances itself from disrupted book launch
The ANC has distanced itself from the disruption caused at Pieter-Louis Myburgh's book launch. A group of protesters, some wearing ANC t-shirts, stormed the Exclusive Books store in Sandton City on Tuesday and tore out pages from the book 'Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule's Web of Capture'.
Rubber bullets fired at Bekkersdal protesters
Residents are calling for electricity, water, adequate sewerage and school maintenance in the area.
Fancy getting your takeaways delivered by drone? Here’s how it could happen
Drone deliveries will begin Down Under following clearance by the Civil Aviation Authority after trials. About 3,000 deliveries were made, allowing regulators to judge the project as safe, leading to the first commercial approval in Australia and one of the first anywhere in the world.
SA team to travel to the US to argue for Aids funding
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi reacts after the US says it may cut its funding for HIV treatment in SA by more than R5 billion.
Did Gaddafi leave his millions with Zuma?
Muammar Gaddafi allegedly entrusted the cash to former President Jacob Zuma to pass on to his family should he be killed - or to get him legal representatives.