Top triathlete lords over Banhoek
Top South African triathlete, Michael Lord (Jeep Team) showed his class at the 2017 Banhoek Duo Challenge, successfully defending his title to claim his fourth consecutive title win. The Banhoek Conservancy was established in 2013 by a group of farmers in an attempt to protect the environment and to... Read more
Alleged rhino horn smuggler arrested at OR Tambo airport
Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa has welcomed the arrest of an alleged rhino horn smuggler at OR Tambo International Airport in Ekurhuleni. Minister Molewa on Friday congratulated members of the Environmental Management Inspectorate (“Green Scorpions”) for their assistance in the arrest of the 30-year-old Zimbabwean woman at the airport... Read more
Campaign boost for Cansa
Organisers of the Bestmed Cycle4Cansa Championship have launched a new initiative to boost funds for the Cancer Association of South Africa when the event celebrates its 20th anniversary at Sun City this month. The cycling festival in the North-West Province has raised more than R3.6-million for Cansa since its... Read more
Limited Beetle launching in SA
The New Beetle is one of the world’s best known, most loved and most individual cars. Volkswagen has refined the lifestyle icon’s design, engineering and technology. For the South African market, Volkswagen is launching a limited edition Beetle R-Line model with only 50 units being made available to participating... Read more
Finland CEO joins ranks of top international women
As Women’s Day – and month –  both celebrate and highlight the role of exceptional women across South Africa, Finfind is proud to announce that the organisation’s CEO – Darlene Menzies from Kwa-Zulu Natal  –  has been selected by CoCreateSA as one of the top 50 inspiring women in... Read more
TransCape ‘It’s Time’ campaign launched
Billed as a special journey, the TransCape mountain bike race has positioned itself as one of the most iconic adventures on the South African cycling calendar in a new promotional video. Taking place from Knysna to Franschhoek in the Western Cape, the seven-day, 614km route delivers a hard-core mountain... Read more
SA to bid for 2023 Rugby World Cup
Cabinet has approved South Africa to submit its bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup (RWC), says Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo. “Cabinet has approved the overall proposed package for this tournament which is an economic bid, that would minimise the demands on the fiscus as well as stimulate economic... Read more
Peugeot releases its first SUV in SA
The SUV market is booming! All too often these days travelling is seen as a chore. Drivers are looking for time in their vehicles which is enriched by experiences, emotions and sharing. With the all new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV the brand is positioning itself in the C-SUV segment with... Read more
2018  South African Car Of The Year jurors announced
The South African Guild of Motoring Journalists (SAGMJ) today announced the jury and trainee jury members for the 2018 WesBank South African Car Of The Year. Following a vote by the Full membership of the SAGMJ, the following members of the Guild have been nominated and vetted as the... Read more
Sign language on its way to becoming official
The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) has welcomed steps taken by the Constitutional Review Committee of Parliament to finally recommend that South African Sign Language (SASL) be given official status. The committee is recommending that section 6 (1) and (5) (a) be amended to include SASL as an... Read more