Black Panther film hits South African cinemas

The Black Panther has been a protector of Wakanda for generations. And now, it is time to show the outside world who we are."-...

Black winemakers to benefit from new agro-processing incentive

The Department of Trade and Industry’s Agro-Processing Support Scheme aims to stimulate investment in the agro-processing sector, and black winemakers in particular are being...

SA commits R1bn to supporting black industrialists

A R1-billion government incentive scheme aimed at developing black industrialists will help South Africa achieve radical transformation of its economy, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said at the Black Industrialists Indaba held in Midrand this week.

Black WWI soldier reburied alongside white comrades

Private Myengwa Beleza, a South African who died on the battlefields of France almost a century ago, on Sunday became the first black soldier to be buried alongside 600 of his white compatriots at a South African World War I memorial in northern France.

John Kani: grandfather of SA theatre

John Kani speaks of how he came to the realisation that he could use the arts as a "cultural AK-47" in a short film that forms part of 21 Icons, a nation-building project honouring extraordinary South Africans.

Video: SA’s first black female vintner

Ntsiki Biyela is living proof that you can do whatever you set your mind to. South Africa's first black female winemaker shares her story with Zoopy TV.

Honouring black dead in Boer War

Over a hundred years later, black South Africans who died in the Anglo-Boer War are finally to be honoured, as part of an agreement between the UK and South Africa to renovate and maintain the graves of some 25 000 Commonwealth soldiers who lost their lives in the war.

Hastings: forgotten hero of 1976

June 16 1976 is a day deeply etched in the memories of many South Africans, symbolised in the form of 12-year-old Hector Pieterson, who was shot and killed by police. But another boy, Hastings Ndlovu, was probably shot before Pieterson, although no photographer was on hand to record the moment.

South Africa, please, taxi driver

Ten London taxis, with more than a splash of South African colour and wit, have taken to the streets of London for a 12-month zig-zag promotion of South Africa as one of the world's most exciting destinations for tourism, trade and investment.

New breed of top black chefs

How many black chefs are there in South Africa? Not enough, says James Parker, from the Tourism, Hospitality, Sport Education and Training Authority, a skills development body. But the cream of the crop are rising to the top.