If you are a little lost over where to go, what to do, and how to get involved this Friday, here’s a handy guide to what will be happening around the country.
Some say the writing is on the wall for Pravin Gordhan, although he has been handed a temporary stay of execution. So what’ll happen with the rand?
At least once a week I hear someone talk about leaving the hustle and bustle behind and moving to ‘the country’, and I’ll admit to echoing similar sentiments from time to time.
Knitting is generally considered an older woman’s hobby.
South Africans were asked what their biggest worry about their country is, and the average answer is not that surprising after the year we have had.
International visitors are pretty lucky when it comes to travelling South Africa – all the best indulgences are pretty affordable.
Yesterday was a rough one for many South African sports fans, although some number crunching shows that representation might be around the corner.
South Africa may be suffering from a variety of financial woes, but our living expenses are the cheapest in the world.
As we bare the brunt of the effects of our poor-performing rand by maintaing a fake smile for the influx of tourists that have decided to visit our shores, we just have to accept that at the moment, we’re kinda screwed.
Are you ready to ‘run’ yet? You never were before, and you laughed at your panic-stricken friends claiming random heritage and taking the first plane to Sydney. But now, strangely, you find yourself considering the discussion. That’s probably why you clicked this story.
It was a rather embarrassing evening for the folks over at Cricket South Africa, although some Facebook users may have liked what they saw.
Ever wanted to know how you and a couple of mates can nick a phone without getting caught? Here’s your easy how-to guide.
Necktie Youth is a black-and-white drama with a documentary feel that attempts to capture the Zeitgeist of South African youth culture. We’re thrown into an experimental haze of young, affluent and disillusioned South Africans, whose journeys intersect with the deeply affecting live-stream suicide of a local Jo’burg girl.
If you’re trying to escape a string of convictions for violent crimes you’re going to need to grease a few palms along the way. The cost might surprise you though.
When you’re tasked with ensuring the safety of South Africa’s political bigwigs you get to see the good, the bad and the ugly. These bodyguards are gatvol.
If you thought the Springboks would be leaving our shores with the support of the entire country you would be wrong. These guys are even trying to stop them leaving.
Impunity (Freedom from Punishment) is a South African outlaw romance thriller based on a story by Trish Malone and adapted to film by director Jyoti Mistry. We trace the exploits of a love-struck, ultra-violent, on-the-run couple, who are connected to the murder of a politician’s daughter, as Impunity tries to get by on titillation and experimental style.
That’s a pretty sweet title to have bestowed upon you, which is why it’s no surprise to see this youngster sporting a big smile.
If you’ve never experienced the simple joy of owning a pet you might wonder why you would take them on holiday with you. The rest of us know better but it isn’t always easy.
We know that Jacob Zuma has a frosty relationship with large sections of our local media, that is no secret. Will that anger ever boil over into any kind of intimidatory action?
There is a great deal of planning that needs to go into hosting a Formula One race, something the folks down here in the Cape would do well to remember.
As those interested slowly sift through the 9.1gigs of raw data, names of people of some importance are making their way to the surface.
The sun is creeping closer and closer Cape Town, spring is looming with beautiful summer short it its heels. Can someone say picnic time?
If you were intending to spend your weekend in Durbanville imbibing illicit substances you might be in for a nasty surprise. Gotcha criminal masterminds.