Brian from Montevista says he had endured bullying for most of his primary and high school years.
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75% of all cases of blindness is avoidable through prevention or through treatment.
The DA's Beverley Schafer says the ferrying of tourists to Robben Island has to run properly without risking any lives.
Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries says these protests seems to be more about service delivery than fishing quotas.
Little Aqeel Davids’s distraught aunt Misqah Davids relived the tragic event which left her nine-year-old nephew dead.
Siya Khumalo, author, social and political commentator chats with Africa Melane about Cyril Ramaphosa and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
Founder of the Men’s Foundation says men should find themselves safe spaces to open up about their mental health issues.
David Nhlapo was left wheelchair-bound after he jumped in front of a bullet to save his pregnant partner and their unborn child.
South Africa's first ever Bachelors Degree course in Paralegal Services will kick off next year.