The country has 14 universities and literacy rate at over 90 per cent
Chaos broke out at a joint meeting in Parliament between finance committee chairman Yunus Carrim and Black First Land First leader Andile Mngxitama.
On Wednesday, millions were disgruntled to find that their favourite (and for some only) instant messaging app, WhatsApp, had crashed.
A Facebook page has started to help with expenses
Minister of Sport, Thulas Nxesi, said that the hosting of the 2023 Rugby World Cup in SA could make a huge impact on the country.
The Edcon Group plans to appeal a ruling by the National Consumer Tribunal which stated the club fee it charges its credit customers is unlawful
President Jacob Zuma was ushered away by minders on Wednesday as he was bombarded by questions about the fiasco on May Day.
President Jacob Zuma tours the venue for WEF Africa 2017 meeting, and bats away questions around the May Day incident in Bloemfontein.
Justice Leona Theron was born in Durban