Sol Plaatje: intellectual giant, politician and journalist17/10/2014 3:04
The capital city of the Northern Cape, Kimberley, is not only home to shiny diamonds, but also to one of this country’s most famous sons. Scholar, journalist, linguist, politician, translator and writer, Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje known as Sol Plaatje.
Heritage SA heads to Karoo17/10/2014 2:43
Those attending will get to enjoy field trips in and around town with expert travel guides who would point out all the sites of interest.
Roodepan’s Project Skaters get inspiration8/10/2014 23:31
Ever since The New Age highlighted the plight of the desperate youth of Roodepan who needed skateboards and a place to skate, the Project Skaters from this community keep on getting better.
Upington team in quarterfinals8/10/2014 23:29
The national finals of the Sanlam Kay Motsepe Schools Cup tournament are under way at the Giant Stadium in Soshanguve bringing together over 300 of the top Under-19 players in the country.
Lil Jon wants to collaborate7/10/2014 23:46
Born Jonathan Smith, Lil Jon is an American rapper, record producer, entrepreneur and international DJ who was a member of the group Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz. He went solo and released a new album in 2010 called Crunk Rock.
Hannah to rock Flamingo7/10/2014 23:42
The emerging Kimberley songstress, Hannah and her band, Unigma, have been confirmed for the holiday entertainment line-up this week at the Flamingo Casino.
Witnesses sought7/10/2014 23:39
Police in Kimberley have appealed to witnesses to come forward with information after a man was killed in a hit-and-run accide
15 killed in Hartswater accident29/9/2014 7:12
Two more people have died after a bakkie accident on the N18 near Hartswater, bringing the death toll to 15, Northern Cape police said on Monday.
NFP welcomes opening of Kuruman schools27/9/2014 14:23
The NFP welcomed on Saturday the opening of schools in the Kuruman area, in the Northern Cape, following months of disruptions due to protests.
Huge blow for EFF26/9/2014 2:08
The Economic Freedom Fighters were dealt a major blow yesterday when about 100 of its members in the Northern Cape defected to the ANC after branding their leader, Julius Malema a dictator.
Kuruman pupils return to school22/9/2014 11:59
Pupils in Kuruman in the Northern Cape returned to school on Monday after months of protests and disruptions to get a new road built.
‘EFF thrown into disarray’22/9/2014 2:02
Members of the EFF in the Northern Cape are said to be resigning in droves as the party is allegedly in disarray because of poor leadership.