Six-year-old DJ star hits the right beats in South Africa
South Africans are in awe of DJ Arch Junior, a music wonder who holds the Guinness World Record for the Youngest Club DJ.
No justice for a rhino poacher trampled by an elephant, then eaten by lions
South Africa, which has about 80% of the world's remaining Rhinos just witnessed a gruesome murder of a poacher. After been killed by an elephant, the said poacher was then eaten by a pride of lions in Kruger National Park, South Africa.
South African school girl eyes fifth book
She's only 11 years old and she's already an award-winning published author with three books under her belt. Stacey Fru, one of South Africa's youngest writers, spoke to Reuters about her literary journey.
South Africa addresses increasing xenophobic attacks
South Africa addresses increasing xenophobic attacks.
Cryptovecs Capital and PO8 seal $1 million investment deal, eye new markets
South Africa Blockchain Venture Capital fund, Cryptovecs Capital and PO8 reached an agreement for a $1 million USD investment into PO8’s up-coming security token offering to allow the firm to evaluate and enter other African markets including Kenya.
Pigcasso the artist pig brings color to South African farm
A pig that was rescued from an abattoir in South Africa has become famous for her colorful paintings and collaboration with Swiss watchmaker Swatch.
Countries ground 737 Max 8
Sundays crash of an Ethiopian Airline MAX 8 plane that killed all passengers and crew member has drawn attention to the safety of the MAX 8. Many countries including UK, Australia, Nigeria, South Africa, China have suspended the operation of the Max 8 pending when civil aviation authorities give it clearance to take flight again.
S. Africa power cuts darken ANC's election outlook
South Africa's government is bailing out the bankrupt state-owned electricity provider Eskom. But the company's restructuring plans are still too vague, critics say. And power cuts persist.
Durban: lessons to learn in urban renewal and regeneration
South Africa's third-largest city is becoming popular for tourists, as it shakes off its old reputation. But does the city's regeneration program reach those who need it the most? Sertan Sanderson reports from Durban.