South Africa is known as the rainbow nation that holds a rich history and legacy of racial mixing. Our DNA and genealogy gives us great insight about where we come from. Here are five interesting facts around our heritage and ancestry.
It’s Braai Day again and it’s hot out there. Don’t feel guilty because you don’t really want to braai. Here are 10 good excuses you can use.
No one is really sure where the term barbecue originated, but the word barbacoa has been around for centuries since Christopher Columbus landed in the Americas. Here’s the lowdown.
This recipe consists of maize porridge layered between a mixture of bacon, mushrooms, onion, tomato and cheese.
Spend some quality time with friends and family over this exceptional lamb dish in a potjie over the coals to celebrate our rich and diverse heritage. It’s worth it.
World Alzheimer’s Day: A study from Rush University in Chicago has found that following the MIND diet may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by as much as 50 percent.
WATCH. Today is World Alzheimer’s Day. Scientists have found preliminary evidence that THC and other compounds found in marijuana can promote the cellular removal of amyloid beta, a toxic protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
You’ve seen what goes on above the ground, but what lies beneath will blow your mind.
Public comments have just been closed for the proposed Automotive Industry Code of Conduct. What changes does this new Code of Conduct contain?
From 3D printing to agricultural drones, Africa is fast becoming a hub of innovation that could improve people’s lives using technology. Here are a few of our favourite African inventions.
It would seem that as one inexcusable incident of blatant racism recedes from public view, another reprehensible rant emerges – much to the disgust and outrage of most South Africans.