In a three-part series of articles, we ask South African artists and educators the same six questions about their experiences of Berlin, Germany. Here’s what Johannesburg-based performance artist/educator Kieron Jina had to say.
Following the rise of the #DataMustFall campaign on social media this past year, we investigate possible reasons why your data is “disappearing”.
16 August 2017 marks the fifth anniversary of the Marikana Massacre that claimed the lives of 47 people. We look back at this day through these tweets.
Here are this week’s dam levels across the country and updates on the city of Cape Town’s drought crisis.
Designed by Victoria Skye, this optical illusion has been widely shared on social media. Can you see why?
For Women’s Month, meet three South African fieldworkers for Doctors Without Borders (MSF) who share their experiences after returning from war-torn Mosul in Iraq.
The internet is an ever-evolving space with new tools everyday. Here are three internet hacks that will make your browsing so much easier.
The rand can be quite a limiting currency when traveling to Europe but there are ways to stretch that buck and make the most of it. Here are some ways you can travel around Berlin on a budget.
China consumes more than 90 percent of Mozambique’s timber and most of the logging is illegal.
August is the official month dedicated to women in South Africa. Here are some great hashtags that encapsulate the struggle for equality and recent trending topics.
Mushrooms and thyme are natural companions, add garlic butter and you’re in heaven.