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17 June 2016 A hip hop dance choreographer from Port Elizabeth says his mother encouraging him to start his own crew helped him overcome his...
The humanitarian group Gift of the Givers is distributing relief parcels to families displaced by the floods in Malawi, said to be the worst in the nation's history. And the South African National Defence Force is helping rescue efforts in Mozambique, which has also been hit by flooding.
Calling all youth Theme: Active Citizenship, Innovation and Improved Nation Brand Competitiveness: How can youth make the NDP a reality? Date: 16 August 2014 Time: 9:00-14:00 Venue: Brand...
South African President Jacob Zuma, speaking out against the abduction of Nigerian schoolgirls by militant Islamist group Boko-Haram on Sunday, expressed concern over the activities of armed rebels on the continent and called on the African Union to take steps to bring about stability.
Canadian luxury hotel group Four Seasons has signed a long-term management agreement with The Westcliff hotel in Johannesburg, marking its entry into South Africa as part of its expansion plans for the rest of Africa.
Global energy group BP, in partnership with University of the Witwatersrand's Targetting Talent Programm, is to invest R105-million over the next six years in developing a pipeline of talented professionals for South Africa.
South Africa produced a focused and intense performance when they most needed it to crush Pakistan by 67 runs in front of a lively crowd in an ICC Championships Trophy Group B match at Edgbaston on Monday.
Global energy group BP has announced a more than R5-billion (US$540-million) investment in South Africa and Mozambique over the next five years, the bulk of which will go to South Africa, saying the move was a vote of confidence in the country as an investment destination.
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa have signed a multilateral agreement on climate cooperation and the green economy, which will facilitate the exchange of technical and financial support to address the impact of climate change on developing countries.
No one group is to blame for gender-based violence in the country, the Presidency said on Wednesday, after members of South Africa's Afrikaner community criticised remarks made by a Cabinet minister in an interview on Australian television.