Iconic Eyethu Cinema won't be demolished for now, says government
Eyethu was a prime entertainment venue in the 1970s and 80s when black people were restricted from 'white' cinemas in the Joburg CBD, where the only cinemas were at the time. It now, however, stands empty and derelict with little to no activity inside it.
Putting the flame out: Nando's cuts ties with Cliff's show after racist incident
Nando's posted a statement on Saturday following outrage from the public over an interview hosted by Gareth Cliff on his show.
Who is contesting elections in your ward? This online tool helps you find out
A new online tool has been released to help voters familiarise themselves with who is vying for their votes as well as under which party or independently.
Joburg councillors to elect new mayor on Friday after Matongo's passing
In one of the most tragic occurrences to hit a municipality in the country's democratic dispensation, Joburg lost two elected mayors in a short space of time.
Saving Liliesleaf: Millions needed amid battle to keep doors of iconic site open
Who is to blame for the closure of Liliesleaf Farm and what needs to be done to ensure this cultural icon is kept open for generations to come?
'Abject' govt failure: Iconic Lilies Leaf Farm Museum closes indefinitely
Lilies Leaf's managers had tried to raise funds earlier this year when it raised the red flag publicly about its struggles, but it says despite its best efforts and support from kind donors, it has not been able to meet its financial obligations.
Sassa extends channels for R350 grant application as glitches hit WhatsApp, site
Sassa said its WhatsApp was experiencing difficulties, while its website was struggling with major traffic.
Ramaphosa backtracks on 'ethnic mobilisation' comment while visiting KZN
President Cyril Ramaphosa was in KZN following days of unrest which kicked off as part of a free Former President Jacob Zuma campaign.
God, music & overcoming drugs: How Tsepo Tshola built a solid 50-year career
A product of the wave of legendary musicians who started paving their musical careers in the 1970s, Tsepo Tshola started out as a vocalist for the iconic teen boy band, The Lesotho Blue Diamonds, in his home country.
Phoenix: Fake news, mobs & historic inequalities a cocktail for racial anarchy
While many parts of KZN have suffered untold damage, the spotlight quickly moved to Phoenix earlier this week when word and images of residents carrying various weapons and setting up roadblocks to stop looters quickly surfaced on social media.
'Mother, fashionista & ray of sunshine': Skeem Saam cast & crew mourn 'Sis Ouma'
Speaking to Eyewitness News, Skeem Saam's publicist, Sumaya Mogola, said it's been a crazy period for them with Nokuzola Mlengana's death happening and the chaos that was happening around the country.
'Count me In': How communities are using Facebook & WhatsApp to help rebuild SA
Rebuild SA, a Facebook group,was started on Tuesday as members of the national army, police, security companies and civilians try and restore law and order in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
'Skeem Saam' soapie's 'Sis Ouma' passes away
Nokuzola Mlengana passed away on Monday, the soapie announced on its social media platforms. She was 58.
Estcourt inmates not holding hunger strike over Zuma, says Justice Dept
The Justice and Correctional Services Department has dismissed social media reports that prisoners at the Estcourt Correctional Centre were staging a hunger strike in solidarity with fellow inmate, former President Jacob Zuma.
20 burnt bodies of suspected 'zama-zamas' found in Orkney
Police on Wednesday said the bodies, all with severe burn wounds and wrapped in plastic bag, were found on 15 and 16 June.
'I apologise, we are working on this': De Ruyter on SA's load shedding woes
The power utility has implemented stage two load shedding this week until Friday.
Menzi Ngubane wins posthumous Best Telenovela Actor Safta
The annual awards were held during a virtual ceremony broadcast on SABC 3 and DStv's Mzansi Magic on Saturday evening.
'Thank you for welcoming me into your hearts': Zozi's farewell as Miss Universe
Zozibini Tunzi made history as the first black South African beauty queen to be crowned Miss Universe in 2019 and she set a record as the longest-reigning holder of that title due to the coronavirus pandemic.