Joseph, who has made a name for himself as South Africa's first qualified blind barista was not born this way. His eyesight started to deteriorate when he was about three years old because of glaucoma
The Cape Town cycling tour was cancelled on Sunday (March 12) due to gale-force winds blowing in excess of 100 km per hour across parts of the cycling route.
Cape Town’s 40th annual Cycle Tour has been cancelled due to extremely high winds that made it hard for cyclists to even stay on their bikes.
In South Africa, roads leading to Johannesburg’s airport have been disrupted by taxi drivers protesting against Uber.
Rescuers have been continuing the search for possible victims after the collapse of a roof at a hospital in Johannesburg.
The unrest in Pretoria broke out despite a condemnation of anti-foreigner violence and call for calm from President Jacob Zuma.
The world of rugby was sent into shock on Sunday following the news that former Australia international Dan Vickerman has died at his home in Sydney.
‘Thick Time’ is the title of a new exhibition of the works of William Kentridge.
There were violent clashes inside South Africa’s parliament on Thursday, (February 9), as members of the Economic Freedom Fighters, (EFF), were forcibly removed.
Brawls have broken out inside South Africa’s parliament after opposition MPs were thrown out of the chamber during President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation…
Joost van der Westhuizen, South Africa's scrum half at the 1995 World Cup, has died aged 45 from motor neurone disease.
Designers in Africa have seen their craft suffer during an economic crisis which has hit the continent.
South Africa says it is concerned about the volatile political situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and has expressed the willingness to assist in any way to restore peace asking the in
Thousands of South Africans took to the streets to demand the resignation of President Jacob Zuma.
A report by an anti-corruption watchdog is recommending a commission of inquiry be set up within 30 days to probe claims of influence peddling in government
South Africa’s President has come under fire from the Nelson Mandela Foundation, which has called for him to be sacked for bad leadership.
The country's Justice Minister, Michael Masutha, says the court's obligations are no consistent with legislation granting diplomatic immunity to sitting leaders.
The leaders of the so-called Brics nations – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – are meeting in the Indian beach resort of Goa.
The crisis in South African higher education shows no sign of abating as clashes once again erupt between police and students.
Violent clashes have erupted between students and police officers in South Africa.
Police and students have engaged in running battles at Wits University in Johannesburg.
The veteran anti-apartheid campaigner is backing assisted dying for terminally ill people, which is opposed by his own Anglican church.
Protesters and police clash as demonstrations over tuition fee increases at Wits University escalate.
Tensions were running high at South Africa’s Rhodes University on Wednesday (September 28) as police and students scuffled during a demonstration over tuition…
A surge in elephant and rhino poaching in Africa is the backdrop to the latest meeting of CITES – the UN’s Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species in…
Rescuers are working to recover a group of illegal miners who became trapped in a South African gold mine last Wednesday (September 7).
A South African court has dismissed an appeal to increase Oscar Pistorius’ six-year murder sentence by state prosecutors.