Everyone has been freaking out about the massive flames licking at Table Mountain this morning, Wednesday, March 29.
A beloved CrossFit coach from Phoenix is now being honoured as a hero after he died saving his wife from drowning.
On Sunday, a man was rescued after falling into the water at the V&A Waterfront while on Tuesday an elderly hiker’s body was lifted from Lion’s Head.
A man in Far North Queensland, Australia had his leg grabbed and his dog taken by a crocodile while on the banks of a remote river.
It is understood that the dam can typically contain an overflow of up to 115%, and as it stands, the dam is 120% full.
The greater Kruger National Park has been lashed by heavy rains since Friday, with rivers overflowing and roads being cut off by the surging water.
Oz authorities are losing their minds over a tiny cylinder of radioactive material that went missing on a stretch of highway in Western Australia.
“I don’t think anybody understands, this is basically like winning lottery odds that they found him,” someone commented on the now-viral video of a diver who was momentarily lost at sea.
A couple both die in a plane crash – 16 years apart.
Yesterday (Monday), a fire raged on the mountain slopes along Boyes Drive in Lakeside.
The harsh lightning and thunderstorms began in the Mother City on Sunday night and continued into Monday, causing major floods and damage in some areas like Gordon’s Bay and Paarl.
Residents were in awe (and a little fear) as they witnessed funnel clouds forming in the stormy sky on Sunday.
Mauna Loa, the planet’s largest active volcano, began erupting late on Sunday. This is the first time it has done so in almost 40 years.
A poor hiker in Japan had this experience first-hand and managed to capture the whole hair-raising scene on a GoPro camera attached to his helmet.
A fire had broken out in the religious building, and the dome came tumbling down shortly afterwards, sending smoke and debris billowing into the sky.
The simulation, exploring what would happen if a 500-kilometre-wide asteroid collided with Earth, doesn’t really make for cosy viewing.
The moment the unhinged ride took its tumble was caught on camera, showing the dozens of people on board bounce out of their seats as debris flew.
In just a couple of days, with extreme bouts of torrential rain, the death toll soared past 1 100 and water overwhelmed as much as a third of the country, satellite images show.
A particularly powerful bolt of lightning, which darted upwards from a thunderstorm in Oklahoma, delivered the largest charge transfer to space on record.
Two shocking videos reveal the devastating extent of wildfires in the country.
Remarkably, the British tourist and his fellow trekkers came out unscathed after a massive avalanche raced over them from the mountains they were just about to climb.
The doccie has already received Oscar buzz and has been referred to as the “greatest lava story ever told” and “hands down, the documentary of the year”.
A hauntingly rare phenomenon took over the skies with residents in and around Sioux Falls speculating whether they were being transformed into The Upside Down from ‘Stranger Things’.
The tragic stand collapse was caught on drone footage, showing the falling wood and bamboo structure, trapping hundreds of people and children.
China has been dealing with one of its more devastating rainy seasons, with two vicious tornadoes tearing through the south in a matter of days.
Somerset West remained under siege over the weekend, with emergency services personnel, animals, and private houses beginning to sustain damage after five consecutive days of fire.
The City of Cape Town’s epic firefighters deserve a long round of applause – and several rounds of beer on the house.
There are some things you cannot control, like a freak storm, but planning can still be put in place to try and mitigate the impact of such weather conditions.
A storm chaser used a relatively small drone to capture the immense devastation of a tornado that hit parts of Kansas.
How the BBC managed to get the location of South Africa so wrong when reporting on the floods in KwaZulu-Natal is beyond understanding.