We have a right to die with dignity. The medical profession has a duty to assist, writes Anton van Niekerk
Populations have plunged almost 60% percent since 1970 and will have fallen by two-thirds by 2020. Alister Doyle reports from Oslo
World Stroke Day highlights even the fit and young are vulnerable, writes Robyn Leary
The organisation's job is to regulate trade in wild and captive species.
The Olympiad, which is held by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, drew entries from 350 schools around the country.
Truck owner applying to have charges dropped
Praise for Hillcrest school’s progress
After a turbulent two years in charge of the Sharks Gary Gold is quitting the franchise for an opportunity closer to home.
UKZN students unveil novel vehicles
At least 20 cruise vessels, including the Queen Mary 2 and the Queen Elizabeth, are set to dock in South Africa’s ports in the next six months.
Teacher unions call on KZN government to intervene in Msinga where faction fights have prevented terrified boys at four schools ...
Two constitutional rights groups file further affidavit suggesting that the NPA was casting about for information to bolster the case.
Businesses are struggling to survive as rising energy costs and drought take effect and cash-strapped consumers cut back on spending.
A pupil on her way to write a matric exam was dragged into bushes and raped near Camperdown.
The days are gone of state-owned entities receiving guarantees from the government without tough conditions, says Pravin Gordhan.