Latest SA News

Raigan Cloete - Wednesday 24th of February 2021
Unfortunately, the country's unemployment rate rose in the fourth quarter of 2020 by 1.7%, according to the data from Statistics SA.
Sakinah Samuels - Wednesday 24th of February 2021
vaccine
Let's get this vaccine rolling! The second batch of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is due to arrive this weekend.
Raigan Cloete - Tuesday 23rd of February 2021
A few analysts feel that Tito Mboweni, Finance Minister, has no choice but to begin deep cuts to social spending to rein in South Africa's spiralling debt. Tax hikes may even be on the cards.
Lauren Chawula - Tuesday 23rd of February 2021
Home Affairs published a draft of its new official identity management policy, which is open for public comment until 28 February. The department aims to introduce a National Identity System which guards against identity theft and digitises identity management.
Lauren Chawula - Monday 22nd of February 2021
While speaking at the ANC's Umrabulo Rounatable held virtually, Former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma accused Parliament of failing to promote social cohesion and nation-building within the country. He says the behaviour of MPs within in Parliament is destructive.

Latest World News

Lauren Chawula - Sunday 21st of February 2021
Children in the UK have been taking part in the new trails for the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to test whether the vaccine is safe and effective for those under the age of 18.
Raigan Cloete - Saturday 20th of February 2021
NASA has successfully landed a new rover, Perseverance, on the Red Planet, in the most ambitious mission yet to the planet.
Lauren Chawula - Monday 15th of February 2021
The United Kingdom's National Health Service has surpassed the 15 million milestone in administering the first Covid-19 vaccine. Majority was administered to those who are most at risk for Covid-19.
Alan Hammond - Tuesday 2nd of February 2021
British war veteran and celebrated charity fundraiser, Captain Sir Tom Moore, has died at the age of 100. He was surrounded by his family in his final hours as he succumbed to pneumonia and Covid-19 at the Bedford Hospital. The Queen and the UK Prime Minister led tributes to the man whose charity efforts at the age of 99 inspired the country, and the wider world, during the first hard lockdown.
Lauren Chawula - Tuesday 26th of January 2021
President Joe Biden
SA will join a long list of countries which are banned from travelling to the US, as President Biden works to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the country.

Latest Entertainment News

Sibongile Siqabatiso - Wednesday 24th of February 2021
Its apparent every time Siya Kolisi loves seeing national pride in his country. If its not ensuring the Boks are led to victory, then its him emerging with projects that address the country's issues alongside his life partner, Rachel. Even if it means trying their hand at film-making.
Sibongile Siqabatiso - Monday 22nd of February 2021
District Six Rising From The Dust, a locally produced film, shows us how standing for the voiceless can breed rewards by bagging an international award.
Sibongile Siqabatiso - Monday 22nd of February 2021
Showmax premiers 'No Hiding Here, a romcom which certainly shows the endorsement of the voice screaming "hire more queers and tell more queer stories".
Sibongile Siqabatiso - Monday 8th of February 2021
Its only mandatory that we make a come back for the cinematic that had everyone steaming with opinions.The question is, did it exceed expectations ?
Sibongile Siqabatiso - Thursday 18th of February 2021
Bridgerton star, Rege-Jean Page's 'limitless prospects' enable him to be our Duke today .. and lead character on Dungeons and Dragons tomorrow.