Advantage Learn encourages girls to enter science and math fields
Recent research by Unesco and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development showed that across the world only 35% of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) students in higher education are women.
Somi releases V-Day single 'Love Tastes Like Strawberries'
The single comes off her fifth studio album, 'Zenzile: The Reimagination of Miriam Makeba,' a deeply personal tribute to the legendary singer and will be to be released on 4 March, which would have been Makeba’s 90th birthday.
Vish Naidoo resigns as SAPS national spokesperson
Naidoo told Eyewitness News he was still an employee of the South African Police Service (SAPS) and would be taking up a new role in KwaZulu-Natal.
Thandiswa Mazwai brings back her show 'A Letter to Azania'
After 6 award-winning albums with Bongo Maffin, King Tha went on to curved out her own space in history by producing her own unique and award-winning solo albums.
Msaki plans to thrill fans at the first Bassline Live
Part of the show will include a collaboration with dancer Kristi-Leigh Gresse, the current Standard Bank Young Artist Award Winner for Dance. The support act for the evening will be Vinnie Mak from ALTBLK>>, the home of unique African independent artists, founded by Msaki.
Top SA designer Thula Sindi adds AfricaRise Beauty to store portfolio
The Klerksdorp-born designer said that it was important to have spaces of beauty in commercial retail centres and his brand AfricaRise is that vehicle, bringing African fashion, crafts, jewellery, accessories and fine art under one roof.
Inspired by Makeba, singer Somi hopes latest offering lives up to Mama Africa
Somi Kakoma's new album, 'Zenzile: The reimagination of Miriam Makeba' honours the legendary South African singer and civil rights activist, Miriam Makeba.
Matric results aren't always a party. Here's where you can go for help
While the release of matric results is generally a cause for celebration, sometimes the wait for the results and the results themselves can take their toll. Eyewitness News looks at the resources available to help young people get through the disappointment of not making the matric pass cut.
Sibongile Khumalo's daughter to honour her at Hugh Masekela Heritage Festival
Ayanda Khumalo, who is the late opera singer's daughter, will perform her mother's songs and musician Mandla Ntlaks will pay tribute to Tsepo Tshola, who was better known as the Village Pope.
Questions over why Fifa snubbed Al Ahly coach Mosimane in awards
The 'New York Times' also points out that there is a similar pattern when it comes to the women’s prize.
Casac, Judge Sachs weigh in on Sisulu's opinion piece
Casac said President Cyril Rampahosa's silence over Minister Lindiwe Sisulu's controversial opinion piece calling for the Constitution to be amended was concerning.
Transport Department eyes smarter solution to printing drivers' licenses
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says the department has shipped South Africa's outdated driver license printer to Germany for repairs.
Hugh Masekela's cultural legacy to be celebrated with online festival
The festival, a collaboration between Assupol and the Hugh Masekela Heritage Foundation, will celebrate Bra Hugh's cultural legacy on the fourth anniversary of his passing, 23 January 2022, online on www.skyroomlive.com at 8pm.
Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Deon Lendore dies in Texas car accident
The highlight of Deon Lendore's career was his bronze medal at the London Games where he was part of the quartet that won bronze in the event.
Netflix drops trailer for Kanye West documentary
The documentary is directed by Clarence 'Coodie' Simmons and Chike Ozah, who are responsible for many of West’s music videos and was filmed over the course of 21 years.
Spar Proteas gear up for Netball Quad Series in London
The national team will be competing against hosts England, New Zealand and Australia at the Copper Box Arena in London. The last time South Africa played at the Quad Series was back in 2019 in London ahead of the Netball World Cup.
WATCH LIVE: Update on Parliament fire
The Presiding Officers of Parliament will address the media on recent developments regarding the fire that ravaged the Parliamentary precinct.
2021’s biggest moments in sports: Racism, mental health and smashing records
Despite the coronavirus and the restrictions that came with it, sport continued in 2021. It delivered its thrills and spills and served to take our minds off the fact that life was happening under some very strange circumstances.