There’s a lot we can all learn from the successful narratives coming from millennials. On Youth Day, here is some sound advice from some local and international youths.
Due to the Eskom workers strike, certain parts of the country were hit by stage 1 load shedding last night without any warning. People have taken to Twitter to voice their concerns.
June is Men’s Health Month. Some of the causes of the continuing decline of men’s health across the globe are a lack of awareness and unhealthy work and personal lifestyles. Here’s what you need to know to avoid becoming another statistic.
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) will be launching its first commemorative banknote series, in celebration of the first democratically elected president Nelson Mandela’s birth centenary.
Earlier this year, the South African government announced that it would review the write-off period for electronic communication cables as part of the 2018 Budget. Here are some updates on the matter.
WATCH videos. New plans were recently announced to demolish the notorious, seven-storey, once state-of-the-art medical facility, that was abandoned on the day after Christmas in 1996. Here’s what you need to know.
WATCH: Eskom briefing. And Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan has committed to ensure Eskom does not go back to the negotiating table with the same offer of a 0% wage increase.
The South African Weather Services has issued a warning of the intense cold front resulting in wet and cold weather for the Western Cape and which will also affect Gauteng, the Free State and Mpumalanga’s temperatures. Here is the weekly water and dam update.
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is planning a total electricity shut down on Thursday 14 June to protest against the 0% salary increases of Eskom employees. Here’s what you need to know.
Sometimes you have to look back to look forward. Here are some hacks from 100 years ago that are still useful today.
Russians do not smile at strangers as many Westerners do. For this reason they are being trained to welcome the thousands of fans expected for the Fifa World Cup and to smile.