Find out how this CEO's wants to equal the educational play ground
Letitia de Wet says though born into a middle-class family, she realised very early in her life that schools seemed to favour kids from rich families.
Read more
OPINION: Room for growth for KZN tourism
KwaZulu-Natal and South Africa as a whole is blessed with an abundance of natural environmental beauty writes Palesa Phili.
Read more
Six cool features of Facebook's three new Portal devices
Facebook has expanded their range of Portal home video-calling devices with three new models: Portal, Portal Mini and Portal TV.
Read more
African insurance firms urged to embrace technology to grow sector
Hope Murera, ZEP-RE managing director said the insurance industry was ripe for innovation and that disruption through adoption of technology.
Read more

Fans called disrespectful for response to the All Blacks haka
There was displeasure at how fans reacted to the haka ahead of the clash against the Springboks.
Read more
Shame on you not to honour Sam Tshabalala
The men and women in charge at the Fezile Dabi Municipality which runs the Zamdela township, the home of the 1989 Comrades Marathon winner, could not be bothered.
Read more
Hansen welcomes HIA modification after Cane confusion
New Zealand's Steve Hansen has welcomed World Rugby's slight modification to timing regulations for Head Injury Assessments (HIAs).
Read more
How the Boks rated against the All Blacks
Rugby Writer Jacques van der Westhuyzen shares how good or not so good the players did against New Zealand.
Read more

Solidarity defends plan to build Afrikaans-only university
There has been mixed reaction to trade union Solidarity’s plan to build an Afrikaans-only university in Centurion, Gauteng.
Read more
How crime intelligence slush fund was looted
An internal report indicates that the division’s top brass looted money from the account on the pretext that they were infiltrating the EFF and Fees Must Fall leaders.
Read more
8 people injured in Vereeniging head-on collision
Eight people were injured, three seriously, when a car and a minibus collided head-on in Vereeniging in the south of Gauteng late on Saturday afternoon, paramedics said.
Read more
Cape Town companies sign export deals worth over R1.8 billion
Over R1.8 billion worth of export deals have been signed by Cape Town-based companies in the 2018/19 financial year, the city said on Sunday.
Read more



First name:
Authorisation Key
(Please enter numbers from image below)