Features

Growing up in the township of Umlazi, south of Durban, Slindile Mdlalose had a number of dream careers.

The woman at the helm of the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) is making serious moves in a traditionally male dominated industry.

The transport sector is at the heart of the country’s development and it is Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters’ duty to ensure that it accommodates everyone.

No one can deny the intrinsic beauty and rich history of South Africa - a country which is blessed with natural beauty and cultural diversity. As part of our Heritage Month feature series, reporter Neo Semono recently visited the Cradle of Humankind, in Johannesburg.

South Africa is known for its scenic beauty, beautiful mountains, magnificent outdoors, friendly people, sunny climate and cultural diversity.

The onset of spring and summer sees many South Africans putting on their traveling gear and taking to the roads, adventure bound, to explore and experience the sights, tastes and smells of our beautiful country.

South Africa’s living legends in the fields of arts say there is a need to revive all the different cultures and traditions that exist in South Africa to preserve the country’s rich heritage.

Former Miss South Africa, Suzette van der Merwe, can never forget the year 1990.

With most councils having been constituted following the 2016 Local Government Elections, the focus now shifts to another important aspect of the local government system in South Africa -- the formation of ward committees.

Anti-apartheid activist Caroline Dunga concedes that women did not enjoy all the rights enjoyed by their male counterparts during the apartheid years.

Durban - It was former President Nelson Mandela at the Aids conference in the year 2000, who used his influence to unite more than 12 000 delegates under one common goal.

In a country with over one million pregnant women each year and with an HIV prevalence of nearly 30 per cent, South Africa has made notable strides towards the prevention of mother to child HIV infections, writes Chris Bathembu.

In a community where over 50 percent of the population rely on government grants and over 20 percent of households live below the poverty line, a fish farming project in a rural Eastern Cape town is changing lives and has brought hope of a better future to many of its residents.

When Nteseng Mogorosi finished matric in 2004, he always knew that he wanted to be in business because he believed it would give him the freedom to own his life.

While many municipalities around the country are battling with various challenges - financial mismanagement being among the topmost - one small municipality in Gauteng is among those that are proving to be an inspiration to others..

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