Minister Nomvula Mokonyane is holding a press conference on 13 December to address media over the outstanding debts of municipalities. Here is your weekly water and dam update.
The holidays are around the corner so here are some essential life hacks you could use during the silly season.
From a promised ban on ivory exports and imports to a possible solution to plastic in our oceans – here’s some good news to brighten up your day.
The holiday season is here and we’re allowed to spoil ourselves with special ingredients like pistachios. Use them in desserts or to perk up a pasta dish.
The Progress in International Reading and Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2016 released a report that shows the failure in South Africa’s education system. Here are some of the highlights from the study.
According to recent research by PowerCompare.co.uk, the amount of electricity used by computers mining Bitcoin surpasses the annual usage of most African countries.
The City of Cape Town is reportedly pushing a drought levy that will see people pay more for water according to the value of their property. Here is the water and dam update for the week.
The Labour Laws Amendment Bill, which seeks to regulate the rights to paternal leave, was passed by the National Assembly last week. Here are five things you need to know about the new bill.
Eating the right foods can assist your pancreas with functioning optimally. Here are seven foods, herbs and remedies that support your pancreas.
Between Donald Trump’s excluding communities that are most affected by HIV/Aids in the USA and European infection rates rising, here is an overview of the HIV/Aids epidemic today.
Tiny peacock spiders (genus Maratus) dance their way to mating rights, but more than that – if their performance does not impress their potential mate, they may get eaten.