Pupils will again sing their hearts out at the South African Schools Choral Eisteddfod (SASCE), which will get underway next week.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday expressed sadness at the death of 24 people, who lost their lives in a road crash in Limpopo.
As South Africa continue to commemorate Youth Month, Parliament says there is a need to speed up the realisation of a better life for young people.
Deputy Transport Minister Dikeledi Magadzi and Limpopo MEC for Transport and Community Safety Namane Masemola are scheduled to visit the crash scene that claimed the lives of 24 people in Limpopo.
South African Express (SAX) has dismissed rumours of its imminent liquidation as it continues to make progress in turning around its fortunes.
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Quick Cape Town Fact: The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway is nearly a century old? Before then, the only way up the mountain was by foot and only the most adventurous—or foolhardy—had been to its summit. On 4 October 1929, after two years of difficult and dangerous work, the first Cable Car chugged its way to the top filled with excited and probably very nervous visitors. It’s been upgraded a number of times since, and today the trip to the top is smooth sailing.