South Africa's powerful new radio telescope MeerKAT captured the Milky Way's center with extraordinary detail and unparalleled clarity. It's the clearest ever view of its heart, which could answer so many questions astronomers have on the Milky Way and beyond.
A woman was declared dead along with two others following a car accident in South Africa. Hours later, a morgue technician found her breathing and unmistakably alive inside a freezer.
In a strange twist, killer whales begin targeting sharks for their livers and hearts.
New discoveries challenge pre-conceived notions on human's rich history.
Fungi might have lived on Earth for two billion years earlier than scientists believed.
The court's recent decision to overturn the moratorium will let the trade commence as soon as the legislation is final.
Humpback whales, often seen swimming solo or in small groups, but now they're gathering in "super-groups" up to 200. Why?
One of the 94 died from mental illness while the others died of medical negligence.
Africa is set to launch its first private satellite into space this May 2017, courtesy of the design from two teenage girls from Cape Town, South Africa.Brittany Bull and Sesam Mngqengqiswa, high schoolers from Cape Town, have designed and built payloads for such a satellite that will orbit over the planet's poles and scan Africa's surface.
After years of study, the first HIV vaccine efficacy clinical trials will begin in South Africa, with thousands of local adult volunteers.
Iron sulfide mineral pyrite cystals provides evidence showing the presence of life on land 300 million years ealier than previously thought.
South African airport in the small town of George is being recognized worldwide as the first solar-powered 'Green' airport in the continent.
NGOs' call for the termination of hunting captive-bred lions have been accepted in IUCN and acknowledged by the South African goverment during the World Conservation Congress in Hawaii.
The severity of elephant poaching in South Africa has escalated through the years, and this could still worsen. A new study reveals that it would take about a century, 90 years to be exact, for elephants to re-breed and overcome what they have lost.