Russians do not smile at strangers as many Westerners do. For this reason they are being trained to welcome the thousands of fans expected for the Fifa World Cup and to smile.
Ipsos has released its latest ‘What Worries the World’ study and it looks as if South Africa has one of the largest drops in national optimism. Here’s why.
A recent study has shown that our dietary choices play a large part in this destruction. Prof Ron Milo of the Weizmann Institute hopes that the results of the study will affect the way people consume.
He will not be serving his sentence in the notorious Pollsmoor Prison as expected and will be transported to Drakenstein Prison on Friday, 8 June.
Facebook Inc. has sparked more concerns after it was revealed that they shared users’ personal information with consumer device-making companies such as Apple, Samsung and Chinese company Huawei Technologies Co among others.
Life in Pollsmoor Maximum Security Prison, said to be run by gangs who will not go easy on him, will be a far cry from his erstwhile lazy life of luxury. Here’s the lowdown.
TV personality Somizi Mhlongo is considering court action against a woman who posted a racist tweet about him.
It’s been another good week for the Western Cape as rainfall increased the average dam levels for the province. Here is the weekly water and dam update.
Motorists and commuters will not be getting any relief this month as yet another petrol hike is expected due to a weaker rand and rising oil prices.
Petrol prices have been on the rise for the past few months and it doesn’t look like there will be any relief any time soon so it might be time to save up on petrol with these hacks.
The South African Music Awards took place over the weekend at Sun City Resort where music industry heavyweights came together to celebrate the country’s most talented. Here are some highlights from the event and the award winners.