Lebogang Khitsane’s tombstones were the stuff of legend. Nobody will forget his memorial service in a hurry, either.
South Auckland played host to an emotional service as Lomu family members and friends gathered to pay their respects to the big man.
In an effort to promote health by taking a pic on a visually appealing memorial, this fitness guru forgets to mention anything about the Holocaust.
Joan Rivers’ death has certainly left a gaping hole in many lives – I know I had a little cry at the thought of no one ever again tearing apart badly dressed celebrities.
A nine-meter tall statue of our storied former President was yesterday unveiled at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
This series of behind-the-scenes photographs inside Air Force One give you an idea of just how well equipped this big-bird is, but they also give us a view into the seemingly amicable relationship between the Bush’s and the Obamas.
When the world’s elite gathered inside the FNB stadium on a rainy Tuesday afternoon, South Africans inside the stadium took the opportunity to voice their concerns over Jacob Zuma’s leadership capabilities.
After Barack Obama delivered a stirring speech celebrating Mandela’s life, he saw it fitting to celebrate by taking a little presidential selfie with Denmark’s foxy prime minister, Helle Thorning-Shcmidt.
It’s a big event, and with big events come some very specific details. Wise up here.
The memorial service of one of the world’s most-loved politicians will be taking place on Tuesday at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, and scores of politicians from across the planet are expected to arrive in this week in order to pay their respects.
Just after midday on Saturday, at Camps Bay, hundreds of surfers paddled out into the bay to celebrate the life of David Lilienfeld. He passed away last week after being bitten by a shark at Koegel bay. Sea Rescue boats from Bakoven and Table Bay were also there on behalf of the NSRI. See a full gallery of the very moving event after the jump.
When Apple released the statement announcing Steve Jobs’ death, it also set up a public email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, where people could vent their memories and thoughts about Jobs. These have all been uploaded to Apple.com’s “Remembering Steve” page, a crowdsourced memorial to the company’s founder.