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A former pastor in rural Tanzania reckons he’s found a cure for just about everything. Thousands have flocked to his village, to try the treatment. East Africa correspondent Soni Methu is among them.
Russell Domingo has been named the new Proteas coach. Cricket SA President Chris Nenzani made the announcement at a media briefing in Kempton Park, east of Johannesburg, on Saturday. Domingo takes over from Gary Kirsten.
Former SA cricket Administrator Dr Ali Bacher says he is not surprised by the shock announcement made by the current coach, Gary Kirsten.
AMCU President, Joseph Mathunjwa, speaks to eNCA on the Amplats job cuts.
Some relief for the more than one-million South African women who have endometriosis Although it’s a common ailment, to date, treatments have been largely unsuccessful. Doctors are excited about a new drug, launched this week.
South Africa’s heritage and culture tourist attractions are taking centre stage at this year’s South African Tourism INDABA hosted in Durban. The Indaba is the largest travel and tourism trade show and marketing event on the African tourism calendar.
Big-spending visitors from Africa are helping boost the tourist trade. The industry brought in R76 billion last year. That's almost as much as gold mining. And more and more entrepreneurs are positioning themselves to take advantage.
The Tshwane Metro Police Department has been left red-faced yet again. Two more officers have been suspended for their role in what's become known as Guptagate. The 11 officers are likely to be charged with contravening the Firearms Control Act.
Two elderly pilots have set off on a two-month adventure. Louis Cole and Paul Van Schalkwyk plan to fly thousands of kilometres in a microlight to raise funds for the Reach for a Dream Foundations.
Two of the three women who were freed from a Cleveland house this week have returned to their family homes. For a decade they were held on a residential property, where police found chains and ropes used to keep them captive.