Hugh Masekela, the trumpeter, composer and anti-apartheid activist known as the “father of South African jazz” has died at the age of 78 in Johannesburg. No more pain! ?? — Hugh Masekela (@hughmasekela) January 23, 2018 A statement by released by his family Tuesday said Masekela, affectionately called “BraRead More →

At 36,000 feet, it was a marriage almost made in heaven. In the first such ceremony on a papal flight, Pope Francis performed a wedding for a steward and stewardess while flying between two Chilean cities on Thursday. Paula Podest Ruiz, 39, and Carlos Ciuffardi Elorriga, 41, who had aRead More →

PayProp says that in analyzing the percentage of income spent on rent in South Africa’s Rental Index for Quarter 3 of 2017, it discovered that this tends to increase as income increases. Tenants in the three upper rental brackets were all paying above the recommended percentage of income as rent.Read More →