Former president Jacob Zuma recently travelled to Qatar and the visit raised some eyebrows and questions. There is speculation that Zuma went to Qatar to get financial backing for his plans to oust the current president.
Obtaining your desired degree takes months of dedication, hard work and determination. A 24-year-old young lady recently shared her enthusiasm about submitting her thesis for her PhD in Engineering Business Management.
A video has been circulating on social media that allegedly shows white South Africans training to 'defend the land'. However, a member of parliament took to social media to try and inform people they shouldn't believe it as real.
Former Bafana Bafana player Eric September is disappointed and frustrated that he hasn't received his R1.4 million from the Road Accident Fund yet. September was involved in a car accident in 1994 and his injuries killed career.
Rapper Nadia Nakai is often called South Africa's very own Nicki Minaj and her fanbase is growing bigger every day. Nadia recently shared a post on Instagram, thanking Bonang Matheba for sending her some lingerie.
Looking at these lovely ladies, you'd think they have it all, but they've had their own share of pain caused by the actions and words of others. Lady Zamar, Makgotso, Gigi LaMayne and Dineo Moeketsi all suffered under bullying.
The DA came under scrutiny after their decision to replace Helen Zille and Patricia de Lille with men. Zille will be replaced with Alan Winde and de Lille's replacement is Dan Plato.The decision is seen as an example of inequality
The SAPS informed the public that a document, claiming that people can carry up to 3kg dagga without being arrested, is fake. The document has been widely shared on social media since the recent ruling that smoking dagga is legal.
According to a survey conducted during August and September, the EFF is gaining supporters as the ANC is losing them. The survey showed that the ANC lost 10% of their support and EFF support doubled since 2014.
South Africa's Minister of Environmental Affairs passed away on Saturday. The details of the minister's death have not been released but she passed after a short illness. Minister Edna Molewa served in her role since 2014.
A South African living in New York asked the South Africans 'who are you?' in a YouTube video that has since gone viral. Dan Mace, a YouTuber created the video that made South Africans feel proud to be human and South African.
With South Africa going from Ramaphoria to Ramapression and experiencing all the emotions that go along with such a roller-coaster ride, it's likely most people asked this question before: Who would you choose as president?
Actress, Motsoaledi Setumo is considered one of the toughest women in the South African entertainment scene. Mo Setumo always wanted to be an actress and she bravely overcame many obstacles to achieve this dream.
SA female celebrities are powerhouses and inspirations. They show us how to be awesome - Not only are they successful in their careers, they're wonderful mothers as well. These ladies clearly adore their girls.
Muvhango's Teboho Mukhwevo, Liteboho Molise, is more than a pretty face South Africans enjoy seeing on their screens. She's a very private person, businesswoman and mother when she's not doing her thing in front of the camera.
Actor Christian Bennett puts a lot of importance of family and family traditions. Christian, who is well-known for his role as Gif (Poison) in Noem My Skollie (Call Me Thief), visits his parents siblings as often as he can.
3 Police officers were arrested after trying to bribe a complainant. The officers held the man at gunpoint and demanded R190 000 in return for not opening a case of money laundering. The incident was reported to the Hawks.
Magashule said he will face the state capture inquiry commission if he is implicated of wrongdoing. The ANC secretary-general added that it would give him a chance to tell the commission some other interesting 'stories'.
Nadia Nakai just dropped her latest track and it's got South Africans split between absolutely loving it or absolutely hating it. Tweeps have no mercy as they downright call the song trash. But there are fans that say its hot.
Who can forget the many tongue-in-cheek Nando's adverts we've enjoyed over the years? One of their classic 90s adverts is once again making the rounds after the recent decision by the Constitutional Court to make weed legal.
The president announced on Friday what plans he has to reverse South Africa's technical recession and while Ramaphosa is confident that his plans will turn things around for SA's economy, most South Africans don't have much faith.
The EFF's leader says there's no plot against President Ramaphosa and that he's just paranoid. Malema added that Ramaphosa wants the country to feel sorry for him so he can use the state's resources against his enemies.