YouTube channel DaddyOFive has deleted all its videos after accusations of child abuse.
The channel, headed by dad Mike Martin, consisted of videos in which the parents “pranked” their five children — often pushing them to the point of mental breakdown.
It's often hard to tell why a film doesn't make you feel the way you thought it would. Sometimes it's because the characters on screen feel like echoes of other fictional characters, and not like real human beings.
For those who are sick of summer in Cape Town, this week won't bring much comfort.
Temperatures peaking in the upper thirties are forecast for the remainder of the week, as the city desperately scrambles to save water and keep its cool.
Bonang Matheba is trending on Twitter once again today, and that's largely thanks to SAA.
The airline, in a month that has seen viral customer care gaffes from others in the industry, responded to a tweet from the 29-year-old socialite.
Burger King just couldn't let Pepsi and United steal all the attention this week, could it?
The fast food chain published an advertisement this week, touting the “fresh ingredients” included in its Whopper burger.
It's Easter this weekend, and ShowMax's timing is seemingly impeccable.
The streaming service has this week announced that it has acquired exclusive rights to The Young Pope, the HBO and Sky hit show that made quite a splash late last year.
Oh South Africa. It's your President's birthday today and this is how you wish him?
#WhyIHateZuma has been on our watchlist for much of the day, leading the charge alongside #NationalDayOfAction and #BusStrike as the country's big three trends this Wednesday.
Naspers has invested R960-million in Takealot, the online retailer announced today.
It's not the first time Naspers has conducted a major deal with the online retailereither, having merged its Kalahari online store with Takealot back in 2015.
It's finally here. Today is the final day that Microsoft will support Windows Vista.
From 12 April, Windows Vista will effectively be disowned by Microsoft, thrown out of the house by its parents, and forced to get a job of its own.