S.African brewery turn empty vats into soup pots as booze ban remains
Vegetables simmer gently in giant copper vats used to brew South African craft beer before alcohol sales were banned as part of a nationwide coronavirus lockdown in March.
Long queues for social grants in Johannesburg as lockdown eases
South Africans who have been queuing since the early morning to obtain their social grants angrily demand that the South African Social Security Agency opens its offices.
Former South African leader de Klerk sorry for apartheid comment
The last South African president to lead under apartheid has apologised for saying that white minority rule was not a crime against humanity. And we head to Salt River in Cape where the annual Public Arts Festival is bringing more art into the community.
Life in a barrel: South African aims to break bizarre world record
It's a world record almost nobody knows about, but South African Vernon Kruger is set to break it : the longest duration pole sitting in a barrel.
Unapologetically African luxury 'MaXhosa' shakes up fashion world
Fresh from his successful showing at New York Fashion Week, South African designer Laduma Ngxokolo speaks to Reuters about his 'MaXhosa' brand.
Burna Boy gets Grammy nomination, Babcock University student's sex tape goes viral and more
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South Africa's Jacob Zuma to stand trial for corruption
The former South African president has been denied a stay of the prosecution to prevent him from being charged in a graft case. He faces 16 charges of fraud, racketeering and money laundering.