Tourism KZN releases video to entice travellers

As the country celebrates Tourism Month, the province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) is inviting all travellers to a luxury holiday to unwind and rejuvenate. Tourism KZN has put together an awe-inspiring travel video... Read more »

EEF’s Ndlozi sticks to his tweet, as social media takes him to task

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MP, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has come under social media “fire” for a controversial tweet in defence of party members caught on tape pushing away an ENCA journalist. The incident... Read more »

Schadeberg played an integral role in capturing SA’s struggle for freedom

Photojournalist Jurgen Schadeberg has been described as an incredible pictorial historian who played an integral role in capturing South Africa’s struggle for freedom during apartheid. He died at the age of 89... Read more »

Fake Prophet Jay Israel, State Security Agent lover and ‘disappearing’ police cases

Self- Confessed false prophet Jay Israel has allegedly captured a female agent from State Security Agency (SSA), who is also his lover, to get rid of all police cases. So boastful was... Read more »

Limpopo Premier asks SIU to investigate Shacks and PPE Corruption

The Premier of Limpopo, Stan Mathabatha, has announced that he asked the Special Investigations Unit to add the Talana (shacks) Transitional Residential units in Tzaneen when they investigate complaints of corruptions in... Read more »

Behind the masks: Meet the people who keep Gauteng’s Covid-19 field hospital going

Nurse Nosipho Khanyile removes a bulging plastic bag from her locker in the women’s changing room of the Nasrec Covid-19 field hospital in Johannesburg. The packet is full of personal protective equipment... Read more »

Work-from-home boom is a bust for big office furniture makers

America’s biggest office furniture manufacturers got the rug pulled out from under them by the COVID-19 pandemic. For decades, producers like Herman Miller Inc and Steelcase Inc focused on selling through their... Read more »

Tobacco industry relieved ban has been lifted

The Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association (Fita) says it’s relieved that tobacco products including cigarettes will again go on sale from Tuesday. President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday, announced that the ban on... Read more »

Liquor industry promises to ensure that alcohol sector trades responsibly

The National Liquor Traders Council says it will ensure that the alcohol sector trades responsibly and in line with all COVID-19 protocols. President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday night announced that alcohol sales... Read more »

Pandemic profiteering: Activists sound the alarm over Big Pharma

As the global race to find a safe and effective Covid-19 vaccine continues, concerns about pharmaceutical companies exploiting the pandemic to make profits are also rising. Activists and experts across the world... Read more »

Bob Mabena’s funeral service

The funeral service for veteran broadcaster Kgomotso Bob Mabena is taking place at a crematorium, West of Pretoria. Mabena died from a suspected cardiac arrest on Monday aged 51. Live stream below:... Read more »

Breaking women’s shackles of shame

Shame is one of the negative concealed emotions that usually impacts on an individual’s ability to live their best life as it triggers an internal state of inadequacy. Professors Kathryn Nel and... Read more »

Gender inequality still a big problem in SA: Judge Margaret Victor

Protecting women and children will once again be in the spotlight this August. It’s Women’s Month and every year there’s focus on persistent problems women encounter and the alarming gender-based violence statistics.... Read more »

Virus casts cloud over SA mining sector -Fitch Solutions

COVID-19 will continue to hamper mining production in South Africa over the coming quarters despite the sector being able to operate at full capacity, as the number of active cases within the... Read more »

SA to drag peers down the drain – African Development Bank

(Image: GETTY/Daily Express) The African Development Bank (AfDB) this week warned that the impact of COVID-19 in South Africa is projected to trickle to Southern African economies. Josephine Ngure, the AfDB’s acting... Read more »

Policy framework to fight GBV at universities outlined

The Department of Higher Education and Training this week released a policy framework that will serve as a guide to the entire post-school education and training (PSET) system on how to deal... Read more »

Shelton ‘bullied’ out of radio gig

By Philani Mzila Singer, dancer and TV presenter Shelton Forbez has quit Massiv Metro barely a month after he joined the DJ Sbu-run station. An insider at the station said Shelton left... Read more »

Strict oversight promises tied to IMF loan

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago have made an undertaking to the IMF that the auditor-general (AG) will be roped in as part of ensuring that the R70-billion... Read more »

Malusi Gigaba and wife in murderous drama

Former minister of home affairs Malusi Gigaba has opened a case of conspiracy to commit murder against his wife, Nomachule “Noma” Gigaba, after receiving information that she allegedly hired hitmen to kill... Read more »

The stage is set for resumption of PSL fixtures

Forget the ugly spat that has occurred between Safa and PSL. The Absa Premiership and the Nedbank Cup semifinals are back on track. South African football returns from its Coronavirus-enforced break after... Read more »

You’re no Denzel either, hey Sello!

Sello Maake Ka Ncube really thinks he is the God of acting. Going on about Kuli Roberts’s acting being stiff . But this Archie Moroka fella is dramatic beyond what the job... Read more »

Shame on you liar, liar your pants are on fire

Mangaliso Ngema needs a lesson in what gaslighting means. His pathetic video, aft er being discarded from Lithapo for sexual harassment, was the pits. The lies papa … saying your pants were... Read more »

Cheating, revenge and the aftermath

Music videos glorify women who smash their cheating partners’ most-prized possession – his car. Keysha Cole in Trust and Believe Me, Jazmine Sullivan’s Bust Your Windows, Beyonce in Hold Up and Angela... Read more »