SOUTH Africa’s motor industry must avoid following its Australian counterpart into oblivion, or risk losing not only tens of thousands of jobs but also scarce manufacturing skills.
South Africa is prepared for a potential case of Ebola, the health ministry said on Wednesday.
THOUSANDS marched in Africa and around the world on Saturday world Saturday to pressure governments to do more to stop the poaching industry that many fear is driving rhinos and elephants to the brink of extinction.
The Dalai Lama on Thursday accused South Africa of “bullying a simple person” after authorities failed to give him a visa to attend a summit of Nobel peace laureates.
SINCE my arrival at an institution of higher learning in 2008 until my departure in last year, and even today,
CHINA today thanked South Africa and praised its “correct position” for apparently denying a visa to Nobel Peace Prize winner and Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
LISTEN carefully to the South African conversation this week and you will realise that we are not this beautiful rainbow people that the lovely little archbishop would like us to believe we are. We are united in many ways. We carry a similar colour IDs, the same passports, love our meat and pap and generally like to donner each other when we have had one drink too many.
THIRTEEN young men and women from East London joined three million Catholics at a World Youth Day pilgrimage in Brazil last month.