South African pupils are “the most bullied kids in the world”, according to the country’s education minister. The Africa Check team sharpened their pencils to verify the claim.
Scientists are working on a flexible, organic, decomposable battery that moves with the body and could change how we power medical implants and other electronics.
Twitchers wishing to make the most of the birding nirvana that is Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site need look no further than Limpopo Forest Tented Camp.
Residents across multiple provinces have been urged to conserve water as dam levels across the country drop. Here is your weekly water and dam update.
South Africans will be experiencing yet another massive fuel hike this October. Here’s a comparison of the petrol rates this year.
We rounded up some off-the-grid park stays where your impact on Mother Nature is minimal.
Knowing the tricks of the trade around the kitchen might just be the key to saving you time when preparing food. Here are some hacks to help you along.
This restored Victorian homestead in the Mountain Zebra National Park near Cradock in the Eastern Cape has a scenic view of the Doornhoek Dam. It was originally built around 1838 and was the first farmhouse in the area.
Fancy a breakaway off the beaten track, sleeping far away from bustling rest camps? If you have an off-road vehicle, you have the perfect excuse to get those wheels moving to your next adventure – whether you want to rough it, or long for a bit more comfort.
When darkness falls, there’s no more exploring to be done on your own outside of the rest camps in South Africa’s national parks. But nightfall is the time when many animals come out to play.
This year marks a decade of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) ongoing work in Masisi, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, and today they share powerful photos depicting the harsh conditions the people face due to the continued fighting in the North Kivu region for 24 years.