SA’s top marine scientists are shocked by the Environmental Department’s (DEA) recent decision to allow fishing in the Tsitsikamma Marine Protected Area (MPA) and have announced that they will be using the Public Access to Information Act (PAIA) to demand an explanation from the Department which they say has ignored scientific data and put SA at risk of losing one of its most significant fish stock reserves.
Free higher education in South Africa is possible, according to Statistician-General Dr Pali Lehohla.
Reports have confirmed that South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed is alive, following his kidnapping in Syria.
In a move clearly supporting the canned lion hunting industry, the South African Government plans to permit the annual export of 800 lion skeletons to manufacturers of fake tiger wine. This lifeline to an increasingly discredited hunting practice follows a US ban on the import of hunting trophies from the country.
South African rapper AKA has something to celebrate after his latest single The World is Yours was announced as the number one single in the country.
The prime minister confirmed the country’s focus on finding the “greatest possible access” to markets through free trade agreements, rather than remaining in the single market of the EU.
Even though the exact conditions regarding the parole of Molemo ‘Jub Jub’ Maarohanye were not made public by The Department of Correctional Services, Times Live has reported that neighbours at the star’s mother’s home have revealed certain details.
Legendary SA gospel producer Sizwe Zako is saddened by the sudden death of gospel legend S’fiso Ncwane.
Senior officials at the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) are accountable to parliament, says Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe.
The Chancellor’s visit to SA is part of the UK’s strategy to strengthen partnerships with countries outside of the EU region in preparation for their exit.