After disappearing into obscurity for more than a decade, Jani Allan is back - and writing a book on South Africa. Oh, and she wants your help.
An ambitious project to map the human brain has vast medical potential – if it's possible.
Carol Holly lives a Mrs Doubtfire life in Boston in the United States, but there is more to the South African engineer than meets the eye.
Ten years ago Stephen Hawking made a bet with the man in the office next door at Cambridge University: SA's Neil Turok, the son of ANC MP Ben Turok.
Light spectrum from the atmospheres of two Earth-like planets could provide evidence of life, writes Rowan Philp.
They make up but a handful of the immigrant population to the US, but an impressive number of South Africans have risen to the top of their fields.
Echoes of 1960s counterculture live on, as Rowan Philp discovers during a mind-altering boating lesson in San Francisco.
Last month, the California Court of Appeal has ordered that a pair of South African parents be barred from visiting their grandchildren.
South Africans will be reminded of how unique they really are when reality show "Being Mandela" - about members of SA's first family - airs in April.
A US computer salesperson who supplied sensitive equipment to MTN's mobile network in Iran has been jailed for violating US economic sanctions.