The World Wide Web celebrated its 28th birthday yesterday.
Dinosaur bones may have been discovered right in your area.
This map shows that in the last 24 hours, over 214 000 people around the world have posted on Twitter about their inability to sleep.
Four South African journalists have been killed while on the job locally since 1992.
How much has your city or town transformed in 30 years? Let Google Earth’s Timelapse show you.
US coder, Glenn McDonald has created an amazing series of music genre maps which basically connects 1 500 genre to its listeners, locations and artists.
Next time you fly abroad, keep this list of WiFi passwords and connection instructions from airports around the world handy.
Venezuela’s inflation is expected to skyrocket to over 3.900% in 2020, while South Africa can expect to see a decline, the IMF has predicted.
Thousands of people in Cape Town’s informal settlements who have been living in deplorable conditions since before democracy are yet to see improvement.
Kyalami, Tembisa, Kaya Sand, Emdeni and other areas in four provinces in South Africa will officially be renamed by the Department of Arts and Culture.
A Cape Town-based consultancy mapped all the South African addresses implicated in the Panama Papers leak.
Yes! Another article on race, but we’re not about to go expose another racist social media post, so bare with us this time
New York Times posted a cool interactive map of directors who’ve cast a Hollywood actor in four or more of their films.
South Africa is ranked the second most stressed out of 74 countries.
The country with the world’s largest country-code domain is an island you’ve probably never heard of.
The last major battle fought on South African soil was in April 1902.
Alleged UFO sightings reported by citizens in the US increased from the time The X-Files first aired on television until the last season.
There are 189 public WiFi zones across the Mother City.