Hunting and game drives allowed as tourism sector opens up at level 3

Hunting and game drives are among the economic activities that will be allowed in the tourism…

Google Trends: Here’s what South Africans searched for on Africa Day

Africa Day is commemorated annually on 25 May 2020 and celebrates the foundation of the Organisation…

Pictures: Last remaining vacant lots in Clifton set to be auctioned

Some of the country’s most luxurious beachfront villas are set be auctioned, with some of the…

Cape tourism sector expected to shed over 90 000 jobs

A report published by Cape Town Tourism paints a grim picture of the industry’s future. The…

‘Stay home or dance with us’: Ghana pallbearers applaud health workers

Watch as the popular pallbearers from Ghana warn people to ‘stay home or dance with us’…

SA has some of Africa’s most expensive data, a new report says – but it is better for the richer

South Africa has amongst the most expensive mobile data in Africa, says a new report, though…

Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer Tony Allen dies aged 79

Allen, who was one of the world’s greatest drummers and worked closely with Fela Kuti, passed…

Opera music brings comfort from South African student in Germany

In Germany, South African opera student Ipeleng Kgatle conveys a message of hope through opera. The…

Freedom Day celebrations move online amid lockdown regulations

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Freedom Day celebrations will be marked using online platforms,…

Facebook offers a long-distance hug with emoji update

The ‘care’ emoji will start appearing in Facebook’s main app this week, while the Messenger’s emoji…