Spoek Mathambo explores the ancient music of the San and gets hip to maskandi for his latest project.
Alcohol abuse breeds apathy and joblessness, and fuels abuse in an ever more vicious cycle.
Northern Cape ANC heavyweights charged with corruption, fraud and money laundering in the Trifecta trial are blaming the victim of a plane crash.
The Northern Cape government entered into lease agreements with the Trifecta Group without advertising any tenders, a court has heard.
Trade union UASA says while the national Infrastructure Development Plan is being implemented, mines are shutting down and employees are losing jobs.
If the new Dr Harry Surtie Hospital has all the latest tech, why are patients complaining?
The ANC deputy president has made some big promises to Northern Cape residents if their vote helps the party achieve its goal of a majority win.
Women in South Africa are waking up to the dangers posed by fetal alcohol syndrome.
Clinical associates are changing the medical sector by freeing up doctors to do more.
Renewables projects have provided new jobs with higher salaries and brought new economic activity into the Northern Cape.
The Boekbedonnerd festival has just finished in Richmond, Northern Cape. I return home to Johannesburg with a heavy heart.
While Anene Booysen's rape and murder caused an international outcry, Letty Wapad's similar case went under-reported and almost unheard.
Faculty of theology makes an impact with its distance learning programmes.
Northern Cape Premier Sylvia Lucas's office has defended using her government credit card on reportedly buying fast food at outlets like KFC and Spur.
The Square Kilometre Array, the biggest scientific endeavour in the world, is under construction in SA. We went to see the ground-breaking project.
The Northern Cape bureaucrat linked to the Vryburg housing scandal breaks her silence over the missing millions.
The health department could face litigation for not taking adequate interim measures to care for psychiatric patients.
Thirty allegedly crooked leases are central to the latest fraud, corruption and money-laundering charges brought against ANC politician John Block.
Northern Cape matrics, barred from their schools earlier this year, have been forced to relocate to a remote hostel, but there is a silver lining.