Hollywood undermines Africa’s struggles, creating a false impression of the continent to please western viewers.
A pair of killer whales are hunting and preying on South Africa's great white sharks, forcing the sharks to flee.
Time out of school erased a year’s worth of schooling for public school learners in South Africa.
The study revealed a link between youth, troubled behaviour and a lack of access to recreational spaces in marginalised communities.
The progressively earlier flowering places the daisies at greater risk of failed flowering seasons. This would be a blow to biodiversity and tourism.
Labour migrants from other provinces into Gauteng and the Western Cape are more likely to be employed than the two provinces’ permanent residents.
The election will not change the government, but may change the balance of power between the two factions of the governing ANC, led by Cyril Ramaphosa and Jacob Zuma.
Easy access to alcohol and exposure to alcohol advertisements affect social and health outcomes.
Breaking the cycle of illegal abalone poaching in South Africa is going to be tough, but not impossible.
The ANC has lost so much support among its traditional voters it’s now forced to look beyond them to retain power.
Comic contracts can meet all the requirements for contracts to be legally binding.
More than 90% of violent crimes in South Africa fall outside the categories named in the police’s new anti-crime strategy.
Governing parties and officials need to take note of the frustration being expressed by ordinary South Africans.
The Rose’s mountain toadlet adapts its breeding habits according to the weather.
South Africa is a water-scarce country where inequity and a lack of fairness and justice pervades water distribution.
Mass hysteria and lawlessness during disasters are remarkably rare, contrary to Western Cape Premier Helen Zille’s prediction of anarchy when Cape Town’s taps run day.
The experiences of other countries can provide valuable lessons for Cape Town on how to better cope with its water crisis.
People with the same condition can respond differently to the same treatment. This is why personalised treatment is so important in all fields of medicine, including psychology.
Reggae in South Africa has lost its visibility and prominence inside the country after apartheid. But local artists have built up extensive international links.
For Western Cape Premier Helen Zille to invite black South Africans, in a casual manner, to differentiate the legacies of colonialism is asking a lot.