|South African car 'spinner' wants to conquer sport|
Added: 21.08.2019 16:19 | 1 views | 0 comments
Teenager Zameer wants to become the best car spinner in South Africa.
|South African court rules display of apartheid flag constitutes hate speech|
Added: 21.08.2019 12:42 | 11 views | 0 comments
A South African court on Wednesday ruled that displaying the country's apartheid-era flag in public constituted hate speech that discriminated against black people and violated equality laws.
|England Netball announce three-match South Africa series|
Added: 21.08.2019 12:01 | 11 views | 0 comments
England Netball announce three-match test series in South Africa in November, coach Jess Thirlby's first since taking charge.
|South African court sets aside arms deal inquiry findings|
Added: 21.08.2019 11:53 | 7 views | 0 comments
South Africa's High Court on Wednesday set aside the findings of an inquiry that found no evidence of corruption in an arms deal in the 1990s linked to former president Jacob Zuma.
|Traditional horse-racing in South Africa's Eastern Cape|
Added: 21.08.2019 8:21 | 1 views | 0 comments
Traditional horse-racing by Xhosa men in South Africa's Eastern Cape.
|Uber-rival Bolt enters European food delivery business|
Added: 21.08.2019 4:56 | 1 views | 0 comments
Estonia's Bolt, a popular ride-sharing service in Eastern Europe and Africa, on Wednesday launched food delivery service in its home town of Tallinn, the nation's capital, and said it plans to roll out Bolt Food this year in South Africa, Latvia and Lithuania as well.
|MSC Cruises to base two ships in South Africa for 2020 season|
Added: 20.08.2019 16:28 | 19 views | 0 comments
MSC Cruises has announced it will bring two ships to South Africa’s shores for the 2020/2021 cruise season. This will mark the first time that two different classes of MSC Cruises’ ships will be deployed in South Africa, MSC Opera (Lirica Class) and MSC Musica (Musica Class).
|The Troubles: Does South Africa hold lessons for Northern Ireland?|
Added: 20.08.2019 14:19 | 0 views | 0 comments
The BBC's Johannesburg correspondent asks if NI can learn lessons about handling of the past.