On the Shoulders of a Giant: Lessons from the life of Oliver Tambo

The Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation hosted the Oliver Tambo Centenary Memorial Lecture under the appropriate theme “On the Shoulders of a Giant” at...
cricket, women's cricket, World Cup, Sport, Proteas, Dane van Niekerk

South African women’s cricket team shining at World Cup

While the Proteas men's team are experiencing ups and downs on tour in England, the women's team are riding high with some stellar performances...
Gift Ngoepe

US baseball gets first player from Africa

It was history in the making when Gift Ngoepe became the first player from South Africa – and Africa – to play in the...

The Digital Age promises growth

If governments and the private sector continue to invest in infrastructure, the digital economy could add $300-billion a year to Africa’s GDP, according to...

AU and UN respond to African security demands

A new AU-UN agreement will improve peacekeeping operations and security challenges in Africa. The Joint UN-AU Framework for Enhancing Partnership on Peace and Security...
nicole norman feature

Young professionals on success and freedom

A few young South African entrepreneurs and creatives speak out about how they are enjoying their freedom with responsibility through their careers and their...

Communications Minister Ayanda Dlomo on #PeacefulMarches

Minister of Communications Ayanda Dlodlo updating South Africa on issues surrounding the #PeacefulMarches that took place today around the country.Minister Ayanda Dlomo and Brand...

Choc spreads cancer awareness

The Childhood Cancer Foundation and its celebrity ambassadors went to the streets to raise awareness of childhood cancer and other life-threatening blood diseases.Thabiso SekhulaThe...

VIDEO: Budget 2017- word on the street

The Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan will deliver his budget speech in parliament on 22 February 2017.The Minister’s speech will address the social and...

South Africa mourns Springbok legend Joost van der Westhuizen

Legendary Springbok rugby scrumhalf and captain Joost van der Westhuizen died on Monday 6 February after five years battling motor neuron disease. He was...

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