John Legend compliments the Stellenbosch University Choir
The American singer-songwriter applauded the choir for their reenactment of his hit song 'All Of Me' calling it beautiful.
Scientist attributes Western Cape drought to climate change
Dr Kevin Winter says the drought in the Western Cape and the rest of SA could be the first signs of weather patterns changing.
Elderly cyclist stabbed to death in Fish Hoek
The deceased, believed to have been in his 60s, was attacked by an unknown suspect while cycling along a trail on Tuesday morning.
Pollsmoor's sixth escapee still at large
Convicted rapist, Siphenathi Ntantiso is yet to be found after he and five others escaped from Pollsmoor prison on Sunday.
R25 billion in outstanding SABC licence fees
DA Shadow Communications Minister Phumzile Van Damme outlines reasons why the public not paying their TV licences.
This NGO uses canine therapy to help abused kids brave the courtroom
Teddy Bear Clinic works with Top Dog to create a therapy programme, which helps children prepare for taking the stand in court.
Hundreds destitute after Dunoon shack fire
About 500 people have been displaced after the blaze gutted dozens of shacks in Site 5.
[WATCH] Kieno Kammies: We're not proposing a township for Rondebosch Common
Kieno explains what 'affordable housing' really means.
No fan of the DA's SMSes? Here's how to stop getting them
The party has been in hot water recently over an SMS saying the ANC and EFF wanted to expropriate private homes and property.
Gauteng Health Department 'getting a grip on listeria'
Some 183 people have died of the bacteria since January 2017, most cases have been reported in Gauteng.
Meghan Markle makes her first appearance with Queen Elizabeth
Prince Harry’s fiancée, Meghan Markle, appeared for the first time at an official event with Queen Elizabeth II on Monday.
Could you be a workaholic?
Experts say workaholism is a serious process addiction which can destroy the lives of sufferers.
Govt declares national state of disaster to deal with drought
Cooperative Governance Minister Zweli Mkhize says that a stringent process will be followed to allocate drought relief funds.
Proof of payment
What happens when you've paid an account but it hasn't registered on the company's system?
Woman gives birth at Joburg shopping centre
It’s understood the mother went into labour at the mall on Monday night and was assisted by security personnel.
Moving back in with your parents is often a last resort - clinical psychologist
Psychologist Khosi Jiyani speaks to Stephen Grootes about the dynamics of moving back home.
Police apprehend three of six Pollsmoor prison escapees
On Sunday night, six inmates escaped from Pollsmoor Prison's medium B section by forcing their way through burglar bars.
CT City to auction Clifton 4th beach bungalow to pay for water projects
Mayco member for Assets and Facilities Stuart Diamond says a Recreation & Parks employee was living there and paying rent.