GALLERY: 'You are home now' Lindani Myeni's body arrives in SA
A short prayer service was held at the OR Tambo International Airport where family, friends and government officials attended, before proceeding to his hometown of eSkhawini in KwaZulu-Natal.
Victory for 400,000 SA black women as marital law ruled unconstitutional
The high court found in favour of the applicants and declared that the act discriminated against black persons married before 1988, in particular, black women.
SA rallies to raise R2mil to cover beloved Dr Sindi's COVID-19 hospital bills
The beloved doctor, who became popular on Twitter for offering medical and non-medical advice, has been admitted to a Johannesburg hospital for over a month after being infected with COVID-19.
’Funerals allowed me to bring comfort to the nation’ - Noxolo Grootboom bows out
Eyewitness News sat down with veteran broadcaster Noxolo Grootboom on 1 April 2021 after she bowed out as a news anchor at the SABC. Grootboom opens up about her opportunities and legacy at the state broadcaster.
A nurturer & trailblazer: Noxolo Grootboom on how she'd like to be remembered
Speaking to Eyewitness News Lifestyle, Noxolo Grootboom explained that her famous closing line at the end of bulletins was her way of thanking South Africans for welcoming her with open arms.
CoJ wants input on renaming William Nicol Drive after Winnie Mandela
Last year, it was announced that the city would begin this official process, which could not happen without first receiving official support or objections from the very members of the public who used one of Johannesburg's most well-known roads.
Menzi Ngubane's absence deeply felt in our hearts, says Mthethwa
The Ngubane's were laid to rest at their home in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday.
SA's divorce rate ticks down; women mostly initiating separation - Stats SA
StatsSA released its 2019 Marriages and Divorces report and found that a total of 129,597 civil marriages, 2,789 customary marriages and 1,771 civil unions were recorded that year, while 23,710 divorces were recorded.
He had a wife & kids - Mthokozisi Ntumba's friend breaks down
A man named Thabang called into 702's The Clement Manyathela Show at the same time that Police Minister Bheki Cele was visiting Mthokozisi Ntumba’s family in Kempton Park.
Coming 2 America reviewed: The 80s called, they want their movie back
Hollywood needs to stop remaking and making movie sequels from two or more decades ago that nobody asked for and Eddie Murphy needs to accept that his brand of comedy just doesn't work this side of the year 2000.
President Ramaphosa to address the nation tonight at 8pm
South Africa is still currently under adjusted lockdown level 3 restrictions.
Stats SA: Almost 70% of black children live without biological dads at home
The report revealed that only 31.7% of black children stayed with their biological fathers, compared to 51.3% of coloured children, 86.1% of Indian/Asian children and 80.2% of white children.
State Capture awaits Zuma testimony despite declaration of defiance
Jacob Zuma was meant to appear before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo from 15 to 19 February, as compelled by the Constitutional Court when it ruled that the former president oblige and testify.
1,169 teachers, 19 pupils succumbed to COVID-19 since March 2020 - Dept
Department of Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga called for a minute of silence to be observed to remember the deceased.
Drip Footwear steps into Venda, adding 6th store to existing chain
The latest opening in Thavhani Mall, Thohoyandou saw locals coming through to support the brand, which has grown to be popular among the country's youth.
How the Class of 2020 can access matric results quickly & easily
With the odds having been stacked against them because of the coronavirus and the lockdown, it has been quite a trying period for matrics and their parents/guardians across South Africa.
Let's give him time to think about this - Ramaphosa on Zuma's ConCourt defiance
While many, including analysts and opposition parties, responded to the statement, the ANC had not revealed an official position on the matter, until today.
Family ties & trust - SA shares memories, heartbreak over Greyhound closure
Millions of South Africans have fond memories of lengthy trips to the ones they longed to be with either in their childhood, student or adult years.