The Karoo Array Telescope

Although the host country of the Square Kilometre Array is yet to be announced, South African science is already reaping the benefits of the massive international radio telescope project in the form of a prototype, the Karoo Array Telescope.

Museum that bridges past, future

The Red Location Museum of the People's Struggle in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth - winner of three major international awards - was designed both to mirror South Africa's fight for freedom and to form an integral part of community life in a township that acted as a crucible for the struggle.

JSE launches International Derivatives

The JSE has partnered with Deutsche Bank to launch International Derivatives, a new asset class that allows South African investors to trade single stock futures on internationally listed companies for the first time.

Joint venture to boost SA auto industry

South African auto parts supplier Feltex and Luxembourg-based International Automotive Components have formed a joint venture to support and grow production requirements for Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota and Volkswagen South Africa.

Lennox sings for HIV/Aids

Renowned international pop star Annie Lennox is set to dazzle fans during a one-night performance in Johannesburg, to raise funds for her HIV/Aids charity organisation, Sing.

Rollsing from Cape to Cairo

Driving from Cape Town to Cairo is hardly considered radical these days, but if you’re in your seventies and attempting to do so in an ultra luxury sedan, then perhaps it is.

New hotel slated for V&A Waterfront

With South Africa's tourism sector expected to grow by around 5% this year comes the news that the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town plans to develop a mid-market, internationally branded hotel to add to the popular tourist attraction's suite of 10 hotels.

Organisation that cares for needy

The World Aid Support Organization is an international humanitarian aid organization dedicated to tackling poverty and suffering in the world’s poorest countries – for all people around the world, irrespective of race, creed or political persuasion

Regulated horn trade ‘could save rhinos’

Establishing a well-regulated international trade in rhino horn could help to curb rhino poaching, if implemented along with other interventions, says South African Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.

Nicholas Hlobo: art as dialogue

Nicholas Hlobo, winner of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Arts 2009, is gaining an international reputation for his experimental use of materials to "create conversations" around issues of masculinity, gender, race and ethnicity.