Do you know about the fastest growing areas of crime? One that knows no borders, yet whose threats cause harm world wide? Well, you should.
As South Africa’s electricity prices soar, it’s in everyone’s interest to be aware of just which appliances are sucking the life out of your household.
There’s nothing as satisfying as an underdog winning a race – especially when it was acquired just weeks before.
Those ruffians in the UK might think they’re hard as nails, but over in Serbia they’ve really taken things up a notch.
The story of the MH370 debris may finally be drawing to a close, a local lad’s find confirmed as debris from the Malaysian plane.
The Cape Town Sevens was the cause of many a two-day hangover last year, and now a new and exciting tournament is headed our way.
Plucking up the courage to ask your doctor those awkward questions can be tough, which is why you should be sending yours to this man.
Mitchell Hunter had a full face transplant five years ago, and has finally decided to speak about his experience.
For TIME Magazine influence means activism‚ innovation and achievement – so which South African could it be?
Not a bad triple threat I think you would agree, the Purple Prince tearing it up with Michael and the Godfather of Funk.
As the nights grow longer and the clouds settle over the mountain a tasty meal can go a long way towards lifting the spirits.
It’s almost time for the Game of Thrones frenzy to kick into overdrive once more, which is why we should also enjoy this truly South African parody.
Most of us know that throwing your boss under the bus isn’t the wisest move, so are we surprised that Cell C employees are rallying around their CEO?
Norwegians are a rather sensible bunch at large, and they are certainly big believers in treating their citizens with respect. To what extent though?
The old saying goes ‘when pigs can fly’, but the flying dildo might be taking the cake in the ‘oddest things you’ll read today’ category.
Having a long and storied history is wonderful, but what happens when it ticks over to 2016 and you haven’t rolled along with the times?
It was the movie that spawned millions of interesting Google searches, and it turns out making your own racy recording is easier than you think.
Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos has had himself a shocker, and he has only dug a deeper hole with his feeble attempt at an apology.
Zapiro has never been one to shy away from controversy, which is why he is taking the Sports Minister on in a public Twitter battle.
When you’re cruising down the road the last thing you expect to see is a rocket come past, although this does happen close to the Kennedy Space Centre.
It’s the fake apology heard around the world, and now late night host Stephen Colbert feels that he too owes them Ozzies some video repentance.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so it should come as no surprise that Bob saw fit to pay respect to a painting in his likeness.
It appears this former professional rugby player didn’t take kindly to being served a warm drink, the poor barlady on the receiving end of a kopstamp.
We always love seeing a Saffa doing well overseas, and local lad Richard Hardiman is now making waves with his latest invention.
If you want to cause heated debate make a ‘best of all time’ list, then ensure that you buck the trend and throw some lesser known names into the mix.
Don’t worry, it’s probably not the Paul le Roux you know from back in the day. This guy is kind of a big deal in the arms and drug smuggling game.
Back in the day, before he was worth untold billions, Mark was just a barefoot college bro who liked the golden nectar.
Going to AfrikaBurn this weekend and need some outfit inspiration? Here are all the latest “trends” all the way from the East Coast.
Radovan Krejcir wasn’t shy of throwing around some cash, although the list of those he allegedly bribed doesn’t bode well for local law enforcement.