Cyril Ramaphosa

Ramaphosa Launches National Sex Worker HIV Plan to “Fight the Scourge...

JOHANNESBURG - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says the newly launched National Sex Worker HIV Plan is about citizens’ rights and affirming the equal worth...
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First Case of Zika Virus in South Africa – No Cause...

The National Department of Health (South Africa) says although South Africa has recorded its first case of someone infected with the Zika virus, there is...
Table Mountain, blue for Childhood Cancer awareness

Table Mountain Turns Blue for International Childhood Cancer Day

In honour of International Childhood Cancer Day 2016, Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain - one of the Seven Wonders of the World - was lit up in...
Stillbirth

African Stillbirth Tragedy – More Than 160 Years to Catch Up

It will take 160 years before a baby in Africa has as much chance of being born alive as a baby in a high-income country,...

Tshepo M: “I Suffer from Depression”

I suffer from depression. These are some of the hardest words to say out loud. They may appear like just another utterance but in...

The New Age of the Old African Baobab

The iconic, mysterious and magical African baobab, probably the most identifiable and prehistoric-looking tree on earth, suddenly seems to be coming into its own...

She was diagnosed with cancer. Now she’s Dancing in the Rain…

For World Cancer Day today (4 February 2015), we thought we'd share one of our favourite South African videos ever - the morning that...

Africa Stop Ebola – in song

African music, Nelson Mandela once said, is about the aspirations of Africa. “The curious beauty of African music is that it uplifts even as...
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SA team develops HIV monitoring tool

A software application developed by the University of Cape Town to monitor patients on treatment for HIV and TB treatment is being implemented by...

World deaf congress comes to SA

The Deaf Federation of South Africa (Deafsa) will host two international events in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal in July 2011. The 16th World Congress of the World Federation...

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Carte Blanche Investigates Over 40 Dogs Poisoned in 1 Night. What’s...

Over 40 dogs were shockingly poisoned in one day in the small Johannesburg suburb of Florida, Roodepoort, earlier this month. According to experts about...

WATCH Lenasia Land Grabs as Tensions Rise Between Residents and Alleged...

From Gauteng to the Western Cape, land grabs have become part and parcel of South African life, threatening to leave once peaceful communities divided....

Carte Blanche Recounts the Strijdom Square Massacre, and More

Here's the line-up of hot South African topics that the Carte Blanche team are investigating this Sunday 4 August (and available for South Africans...