By TJ Strydom JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Africa's largest provider of pay-television services Naspers has kept prices on the continent unchanged to halt a decline in subscriber numbers, its chief executive said on Monday. Naspers, theShow More Summary
Fordsburg, a neighborhood in Johannesburg, is a vibrant blend of spice, colour, aroma and a constant buzz of activity.
AB InBev has moved one step closer toward gaining approval for the takeover of SABMiller in South Africa. ||| Johannesburg - Anheuser-Busch InBev cleared a hurdle toward gaining approval for the brewer’s takeover of SABMiller in South...Show More Summary
One evening in September, 2013, two amateur cavers, Steven Tucker and Rick Hunter, drove into a swath of semi-wilderness an hour northwest of Johannesburg and parked at the foot of a stony slope. Wearing jumpsuits and helmets with headlamps, they ducked into the mouth of a cave, descending into a maze of jagged limestone. Show More Summary
Folk rock stars team up with African musicians for sincere new EP.
Uber hasn’t exactly had the easiest of times in Africa because, like in the U.S. and Europe, it disrupts local taxi businesses. In Nairobi, Uber cars have been set on fire. In Johannesburg, drivers have been attacked. Can a more localized approach make things work better for one upstart ride-sharing company? Read more...
Global miner BHP Billiton has outlined the path for its coal business to improve returns. ||| Johannesburg - BHP Billiton on Tuesday outlined the path for its coal business to improve returns, which involves unlocking productivity, reducing costs and releasing latent capacity. Show More Summary
CANNES, France—Ogilvy & Mather Johannesburg took home the Grand Prix in the Radio Lions contest at the Cannes Lions festival here tonight for a KFC campaign that humorously reassured men that they are still manly even if they occasionally...Show More Summary
Pamela Mondliwa, University of Johannesburg and Tamara Paremoer, University of Johannesburg Telecommunications clearly facilitate economic growth and participation. As such, countries should care about competitive outcomes in this sector. Show More Summary
Johannesburg (AFP) – Democratic Republic of Congo beat Mozambique 1-0 on Sunday in Namibia in the only Cosafa Cup quarter-final not decided by a penalty shootout. Nelson Munganga scored the lone goal of the southern Africa championship tie after 37 minutes at Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek with a looping far-post header off a corner. Show More Summary
Joe Schmidt admits he will face a tough task in raising Ireland's morale for the Test series decider against South Africa.
Ireland have the first of two chances to earn a first series win in South Africa on Saturday in Johannesburg.
With only days to go before the referendum on whether the UK should leave the EU, some London-domiciled companies are considering relocating their head offices should a so-called Brexit occur. ||| Johannesburg - With days to go before...Show More Summary
This five-track "mini-album" is the fruit of two day-long sessions the recently electrified arena-folk stars held with co-producer Johan Hugo (half of the London-based, Afropop-influenced electronic duo the Very Best) during an early 2016 South African tour. The African collaborators add a wrinkle or two to the group’s sound: Senegalese...
Forty years ago, the streets of the Soweto township in South Africa’s economic capital Johannesburg turned bloody. Thousands of mostly black students lined the streets, refusing to go to school until a controversial law ordering that...Show More Summary
Ireland vice-captain Jamie Heaslip says his side face a "daunting task" to secure a series victory by beating South Africa on Saturday.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - An estimated 41 million people are food insecure with 21 million people requiring immediate assistance in Southern Africa, a regional economic bloc said on Wednesday, after a drought ravaged the region.
South Africa’s Citizen Artists: Malcolm Purkey and Johannesburg, from Soweto to Hillbrow This is the fourth and final essay in a series of “We the Audience” posts designed to introduce my readers to the citizen artists working in some of South Africa’s most challenged areas. … read more AJBlog: We The Audience Published 2016-06-13 A lesson […]
Andrew Trimble says he expects a backlash from South Africa when the sides meet in the second Test in Johannesburg on Saturday.
For his first solo show with Gallery MOMO in Johannesburg, Congolese photographer Maurice Mbikayi draws on futuristic ideas and concepts of the body in relation to physical and/or virtual space. The artist has used obsolete technological...Show More Summary