Heatwave brings record-setting temperatures across WC
A heatwave has hit parts of the Western Cape as temperatures soared to 40°C on Thursday.
Will current political situation in Zim end Mugabe’s rule? Social media reacts
Armoured vehicles blocked roads to the main government offices, parliament and the courts in central Harare.
Twittersphere reacts to tensions in Zimbabwe
On Monday, the commander of Zimbabwe Defence Forces said he was prepared to “step in” to end a purge of supporters of a vice president sacked last week.
UP students suspended over racist video
The video was reportedly posted accidentally to a Physiotherapy WhatsApp group.
Blasting the fat! Baltimore 'fatberg' removed
According to reports, the 'fatberg' may have taken more than 60 years to grow.
Another international award for Black Coffee
Nkosinathi Maphumulo made South Africa proud after he bagged the Best Deep House DJ trophy at the 2017 DJ Awards in Ibiza on Tuesday.
Mzansi tweet makes international waves
Lesego 'Thickleeyonce' Legobane has won the hearts of many South African women after she hit back at a body-shamer on Twitter.
WhatsApp testing ‘Delete for Everyone’ feature - report
According to a report, WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging service used by more than 1 billion people worldwide, is testing a revoke button.
CT's Ratanga Junction to be shut down, land redeveloped
Ratanga Junction, Cape Town’s amusement park in Century City, will close its doors on 1 May 2018, according to a report.
King Shaka Airport evacuated after bomb scare - report
An unattended bag set off an evacuation at the King Shaka International Airport on Sunday, according to airport authorities.
UK columnist angers South Africans with Semenya gender comments
Mail Online writer Katie Hopkins suggested in her column on Friday that the Olympic champion had an advantage because of her gender.
Presidency: Ramaphosa's spokesperson Mamoepa critical after falling ill
The veteran spin doctor, Ronnie Mamoepa, had reportedly undergone surgery in June after falling ill.
Deja vu: Shark sighting sees surfer Mick Fanning pulled from J-Bay Open
The opening to the J-Bay Open quarter-final between Mick Fanning and Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina had to be suspended after a shark sighting.
Lonwabo Tsotsobe given 8-year ban for corruption
The former Proteas and Highveld Lions player was in April charged with several breaches of CSA's Anti-Corruption Code for Personnel.
McEnroe refuses to apologise to Williams over ‘700th ranking’ comment
John McEnroe has come under fire after his comment that Serena Williams would be ranked ‘like 700 in the world’ if she had to play on the men’s circuit.
‘IsiZulu can’t be SA’s official language’
Eyewitness News asked you if it was time to drop English and use isiZulu as SA’s official language?
#SocialMediaBlackout: High data cost back in the spotlight
South Africans have been urged to stay away from all social media activities on 21 June.
Zuma: Search your souls, stop being involved in public spats & muddy politics
President Jacob Zuma says as the ANC, they need to search deep within themselves as to what role they are playing as the leadership.