Sudan converge on army HQ for 'million-strong' protest
The rally comes after Sudan's new military rulers and protest leaders agreed to set up a joint committee, to chart the way forward after the ouster of Omar al-Bashir.
Saudi in mass execution of 37 convicted of 'terrorism'
An official said the men were executed 'for adopting terrorist and extremist thinking and for forming terrorist cells to corrupt and destabilise security'.
Stars use E! Africa's birthday to send election messages
It's important for each eligible South African to vote so they can be part of the conversation about the country, says actress Nomzamo Mbatha.
Qobo Ningiza becomes SA’s first deaf student to obtain law degree
Qobo Ningiza, from in Ntseshe location in the Eastern Cape, will be among other graduates on 12 April at the university.
Ramaphosa to Diepsloot community: ANC wants to move people out of shacks
While on the campaign trail in Diepsloot on Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa said they wanted to bring dignity to the people.
The lies and sex of Stellenbosch, and the women who overcome them
Author Eva Mazza makes me wonder if women tend to put up with bad behaviour from men because they witness their own mothers not being brave enough to leave?
My top 3 moments from the Ed Sheeran concert
The UK singer performed hits such as 'Dive,' 'I See Fire,' 'Photograph,' 'Give Me Love' and 'Galway girl' for the 65,000 packed stadium.
Who is responsible for preserving indigenous languages?
Professor Vuyisile Msila has emphasised the importance of everyone playing their role in preserving indigenous languages and using them to grow economies.
Here’s how you can be part of Global Citizen Fellowship Programme
Powered by BeyGOOD, it will take in a maximum of 15 youngsters for a five-phase programme for a period of a year while getting paid.
JICF: Floating moments and what’s up with Kagiso Lediga's character?
From 'they are here, mama' to 'Angelo Aggrizzi' making an appearance; from the hobo to the 'resurrection miracle' - The Joburg Internation Comedy Fest was a 6/10.
JIC Fest brings all the laughs to Jozi
The Johannesburg International Comedy Festival will see its first ever Afrikaans comedy show 'Snorseun' and a trio of SA female comedians are set to bring the house down.
All PIC board members resign amid inquiry
Their resignations come in the middle of a commission of inquiry into the PIC which is investigating allegations of impropriety and dubious investments.
SABC abandons retrenchment plans
The public broadcaster released a statement on Thursday afternoon, saying it has decided not to renew the notice to invoke Section 189 of the Labour Relations Act.
57 commitments worth R100 billion - Global Citizen pledges in a nutshell
Advocacy group Global Citizen has announced 57 commitments totalling more than R100 billion ($7-billion), surpassing its goal by seven times more.
Fifa's home city of Zurich set to get a football stadium
The Zurich city government said that 54% of voters were in favour of building an 18,000-capacity stadium on the site of the old Hardturm ground.
[WATCH] 'Mineral Resources Dept controlled by white monopoly capital'
EFF leader Julius Malema says the Department of Mineral Resources is under the control of white monopoly capital.
'Let's make Global Citizen goals extend beyond the festival'
On Saturday, over 300 Soweto residents were joined by Mayor Herman Mashaba in Pimville, Soweto, to clean up the area.
More big names added to Global Citizen line-up
President of World Bank Dr Jim Yong Kim, Rwandan President Paul Kagame and the secretary-general of the Commonwealth Patricia Scotland, among others, will also be in attendance.