A series of images capturing the warts and warmth of Africa’s tallest housing block is up for a 2015 Deutsche Börse Photography prize.
Renowned Russian ballet company, the St Petersburg Theatre, has brought their production of Giselle to Johannesburg.
Mayor Parks Tau's greatest success is an electricity plan that makes Johannesburg less dependent on Eskom.
SA's de facto capital has announced bold plans to change the lives of its citizens. But not everyone is on board, as events on the same day showed.
People from all backgrounds marched in their thousands through Johannesburg CBD on Thursday in protest against the recent xenophobic attacks.
South Africans and foreign nationals share their thoughts about the on-going xenophobic attacks, while attending a vigil at Constitution Hill.
The M&G brings you striking images from the violence in Jeppestown, Jo'burg, over the weekend and the thousands of immigrants who have sought refuge in camps.
Foreign nationals are pleading with the government to do something after they received smses that "Zulus are coming to kill foreigners".
Johannesburg’s long-running legal battle over its obligations to evictees have increasingly become uncomfortably clear to its functionaries.
The City of Gold’s ever-evolving architecture symbolises the values of a society in flux.
A taste of the platteland could also include some hard work.
The City of Gold has retained its position as Africa's most visited city internationally, a study has shown.
A look at a series of books by two authors who mission onto the streets of Johannesburg to discover the vibrancy that makes the city a home for many.
Township youth mentored by top SA brand houses have produced thought-provoking work for the latest Umuzi Photo Club exhibition, "Ke Nna Mang - Who Am I?"
Can the Streetlight Schools project in Jeppestown improve the quality of education in inner city Jo’burg with a different way of schooling?
The M&G's Victoria John visited The Bike Hospital in Jo'burg –home to several million-motorbike parts of a biking hobbyist’s heaven.
Hundreds of thousands across the globe joined marches and rallies as part of the People's Climate March ahead of the UN Climate Summit in New York.
The first Social Media Week Johannesburg will join dozens of other cities in an event to aid people to achieve more in a "hyper-connected" world.
We don’t help each other because of a lack of trust but we must stop being so suspicious – we have to help each other; we need each other.