South Africa’s old three-pronged plug is a killer – here’s how we ended up with a notoriously dangerous electrical system

The large, open socket holes - perfectly sized for baby and toddler fingers - proved lethal. But as of January the upgraded SANS 164-2 standard is compulsory.

The Land Bank says expropriation without compensation could cost the government R41 billion overnight – or it could be amazing

The Land Bank says it built-in protection against expropriation plus cross-default agreements could make its entire R41 billion in debt "due and payable immediately". But it is quite optimistic that land reform will be a good thing, as long as certain conditions are met.

The brand-new Fitbit offers guided meditation and sleep tracking

Fitbit has unveiled the Charge 3, its latest fitness tracker.

US president Donald Trump appeared to misname a government agency in his remarks during a ceremony to honour US immigration officers.

The collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 was undoubtedly the most memorable moment of the devastating financial crisis that struck between 2007 and 2009.

"Please don’t do anything, I am just thinking out loud."

Tsogo Sun has vowed to get rid of plastic straws at over a hundred hotels and casinos to help reduce global plastic waste.

The bright blue coelacanth, weighing as much as an average-sized man, were thought to be extinct until they were rediscovered. Now there are fears SA's only known colony could be wiped out due to new offshore drilling.