Morning clouds. Mild.
Ferdi de Vos joined Rugby World Cup partner Land Rover on the eve of the final for a trip to serene Mount Fuji, regarded as the soul of Japan and also the home to the deity Sakuya-hime, the goddess of all volcanoes.
The Springboks, newly crowned Rugby World Cup winners, spent the day showing off the Webb Ellis Trophy to fans on the streets of Cape Town. If you missed it, here's everything you need to know, in one minute.
Gauteng police have arrested two suspects for theft at OR Tambo International Airport.
Supporters' level of emotional investment helps determine how much they drink.
We Germans have learned our lesson from history: Only if our neighbours, friends and partners thrive as we do, we will do well in the long-run. In Africa, this is called Ubuntu, writes Martin Schäfer.
Powerful Typhoon Hagibis has slammed into Japan, killing at least two people and prompting authorities to issue their highest level of disaster warning over "unprecedented" downpours that caused flooding and landslides.
DStv is the only platform with television rights for the Rugby World Cup in South Africa.
A Blue Bulls rugby player allegedly beat up a man, are SA's anti-corruption crusaders racist? and Ezra Miller talks to Channel24 about The Flash.
South Africa has come a long way since 1995. These were the words of South Africa's deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa when he led a presentation to World Rugby on Monday, in a bid to win hosting rights for the Rugby World Cup in 2023. Watch.
For three weeks running #FeesMustFall has dominated media coverage, closely followed by the Rugby World Cup, media monitoring company ROi Africa says.
What those who echo such sentiments fail to appreciate is that one can be both critical and complimentary of the team, writes Kamva Somdyala.
'Siya! Beast! Mapimpi! Faf!' These were some of the screams and cheers from the young and old as the Springbok tour bus drove through the streets of Soweto on Thursday.
Long-term exposure to acid in all the booze players tend to drink out of trophies can cause them to to start peeling.
Scalped tickets – which organisers promise will get you kicked out of the stadium – currently start at around R6,000, but the good seats are a lot more pricey than that.
Eskom has promised only stage 1 load shedding on the weekend – but said the same thing about Friday, before going ahead with stage 2 blackouts.
If played correctly, DSTV could have effectively become South Africa's national broadcaster, rather than a yet another private subscriber channel looking desperately for significance in a fast-changing landscape, writes Howard Feldman.
They're "not in it for the money", the developers behind Ruggerbot say, but they'll "place a few bets" on their creation's predictions.
Evidence has shown that the cost of putting on mega events, like the FIFA World Cup or Olympics far outweigh the benefits. So why do countries remain eager to host them?
Hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2023 will bring South Africa R27.3bn in direct, indirect and induced economic impact.
Nine months after South Africa hosted the 2010 football World Cup a disproportionately higher number of male babies were born compared with the previous eight years.
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