• Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm

    South Africa to procure still more renewable energy

    South Africa's Department of Energy is to increase the amount of energy it will be procuring under the third window of its renewable energy programme for independent producers, adding further to the 3 900 MW of wind and solar power that is already set to be added to the country's energy mix.

  • Nigeria, South Africa partner for African growth

    SA sends condolences to Nigeria, condemns terrorism

    South Africa has sent condolences to the government and people of Nigeria, and reiterated its condemnation "of all forms and manner of terrorism", following a bomb attack at a bus station on the outskirts of Abuja on Monday which reportedly claimed over 70 lives.

  • South Africa steps up fight against rhino poachers

    Busy week for South Africa's anti-poaching units

    Last week was one of the busiest on record for anti-poaching units in South Africa's Kruger National Park, with three heavily armed groups of suspected rhino poachers being detected and eight arrests being made.

  • Broadband4All comes to Learamela Special School in Kuruman, Northern Cape

    Wireless internet for Northern Cape schools

    South Africa's Department of Science and Technology has launched the Northern Cape phase of its Wireless Mesh Network project, providing broadband internet access at 56 public facilities, including 52 schools, in the province's largely rural JT Gaetsewe District.

  • Kgothatso Montjane

    SA wheelchair tennis stars seek home success

    South African wheelchair tennis players Kgothatso "KG" Montjane and Evans Maripa, back home following strong performances in the United States, are feeling upbeat ahead of two major international tournaments taking place in Johannesburg.

  • Banyana Banyana vs Zimbabwe

    Banyana share spoils with Zimbabwe

    South Africa's women's football team, Banyana Banyana, showed plenty of character to come from behind to draw 2-2 with Zimbabwe in an entertaining friendly international played in Soweto on the weekend.

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