We still have a long way to go

In fact, the easiest way to gauge a person’s social or economic status is through the things they pride the most in.

Manyowa’s Safari-themed Worship Moments draws huge crowd

The gospel diva said this was her first time doing an outdoor and recording event.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira May. 20, 2024

Collaborating for Change: Enlit Africa Reimagines Energy Security in Africa

In addition to the expertise provided on the free-to-access floor, the conference programme is designed to tackle issues facing C&I companies.
By Own Correspondent May. 14, 2024

School Ties flags abuse signs to save victims

Schoolchildren in South Africa are experiencing rampant sexual abuse and grooming largely at the hands of those who are in charge of their care and education at school.
By Life & Style Reporter May. 14, 2024

Spotlight on South Africa’s democracy

“For South African citizens, however, the equation has evolved in a totally different way.
By Emmanuel Koro May. 10, 2024

SA turns on heat on Zim smugglers

Ledwaba said the border patrol had also discovered abandoned cargo worth thousands of South African rands and dagga weighing about 9,5kg along the borderline during patrols.
By Rex Mphisa Apr. 24, 2024

SA political parties ignore rural communities’ needs

The communities’ demands for benefits from natural resources are supported by South Africa’s constitution.
By Emmanuel Koro Mar. 8, 2024

Police crackdown on border smugglers

His Toyota Hilux vehicle that was used to commit the crime was forfeited  to the State. 
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 3, 2024

Zimbos in court over R5m cigarettes smuggling scam

TWO Zimbabweans have been remanded in custody after they appeared in a South African court on a charge of smuggling cigarettes worth R5 million.
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 1, 2024