A South African minister’s claim that the national airline spends just 2% on black-owned companies caused a stir. This report presents the facts.
This mildly spicy dish with its interesting flavour combinations is tasty, healthy and easy on the pocket.
The annual State of the World’s Plants report of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew focuses on endangered biodiversity hotspot Madagascar this year.
Looking back at some of my childhood memories and some of the activities we got up to, the 90s definitely were an interesting time to grow up in.
Sexual assault victims may now press charges at any time after the Gauteng High Court ruled that the 20-year time limit on reporting sexual abuse is unconstitutional. Here are seven reasons why this is a major change.
This is the Chinese government’s latest achievement in its ongoing effort to lead the world in renewable energy adoption.
A study conducted by the University of Southern California (USC) shows that fasting triggers stem cell regeneration of damaged or old immune systems as well as lowering the white blood cell counts of patients receiving chemotherapy.
Facebook is listed as one of the most popular sites with over one billion active users across the world. Have you glanced at the social networking site’s rules and regulations lately?
As part of the #DataMustFall campaign, South Africans have officially declared 21 June 2017 #socialmediablackout day in response to high data prices. Here are some of the best reactions so far.
Despite the massive Cape Town storm a few weeks ago, dam levels in the Western Cape remain critical as water consumption spikes again.
Melting permafrost resulting in long-dormant bacteria and viruses in the centuries old ice coming to life, has scientists worried about ancient disease-causing pathogens that could be unleashed on humanity.