Ways of giving on the agenda

There are different ways of giving in community philanthropy, was one of the discussions held at the Global Summit on Community Philanthropy in Johannesburg. Melissa...

Infographic: Know your copyrights on World Book and Copyright Day

To celebrate Unesco’s International World Book and Copyright Day on 23 April, an annual event that promotes reading and highlights the importance of creative ownership, we bring you an infographic on the basic concepts of copyright.

The NBA comes to Africa

In a leap forward for basketball in South Africa and the continent, the NBA's first game in Africa will be played in August. The captains have been announced for the Team Africa versus Team World play off, with the African side led by Luol Deng.

South African chardonnay judged best in world

Groot Constantia's 2013 Chardonnay beat more than 800 other entrants from around the world to be judged the best overall chardonnay at the 22nd annual Chardonnay du Monde competition held recently in France.

South Africa’s Chad le Clos is world’s best

In the week he was crowned as the world's best swimmer for 2014, South Africa's Olympic champion Chad le Clos set a new world record in the 100m butterfly - and won gold in the 200m freestyle - at the World Short-Course Swimming Championships in Doha.

Big game and big luxury make Londolozi the best resort in the world

South Africa’s natural beauty and sophisticated tourism industry was lauded this week with the announcement that the country’s famed Londolozi resort was voted the best in the world in the annual Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards.

SA surf star third Down Under

South African surfing star Bianca Buitendag employed her trademark vertical backhand manoeuvres to clinch third place in the Hunter Ports Women's Classic, a six-star rated ASP Qualifying Series event in Newcastle, Australia, on Sunday.

Bafana’s Nthethe eager to face Brazil

Bafana Bafana defender Thabo Nthete says he cannot wait to take on five-time world champions Brazil in the "Celebrating 20 Years of Freedom" friendly international at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on 5 March.

Aiken wins playoff to claim Africa Open

South Africa's Thomas Aiken captured the Africa Open, co-sanctioned by the European and Sunshine Tours, at the East London Golf Club on Sunday after a playoff against England's Oliver Fisher. It was Aiken's third European Tour win, but his first on home soil.

Coetzee claims maiden European Tour title

South Africa's George Coetzee captured his first European Tour title on Sunday when he lifted the Joburg Open at the Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club.