- Young Saudis, bound by strict social codes, find freedom on their phones
- Nhleko’s Nkandla report to face legal scrutiny
- US removes Cuba from terror blacklist
- Live anthrax found in US military shipment to Australia
- Silk Road mastermind faces lengthy jail term
- Palestine drops motion to suspend Israel from FIFA
- FIFA suspects face quick extradition to U.S., Swiss experts say
- Rapper Lil Mama tries to make a comeback with new video, Black Twitter tells her to stop it
- Watch: 'Bone to be wild' - schnauzer strapped to biker's back
- Watch: Scarecrow used as nest by birds
- US cops kill man who threatened to commit suicide
- Nigeria starts new chapter as Buhari sworn in
- Clive Barker confirms talks with Mauritius for head coach job
- Forgotten by the state: apartheid's uncompensated thousands
- UN plans to raise $1.6 billion for Zimbabwe development
- Federer, Sharapova take centre stage at French Open
- Japan push into Africa resources sputters, helps China
- Swiss police confirm bomb threat at FIFA Congress
- Rain‚ winds close Chapman’s Peak drive
- Grahamstown child porn accused gets 10 years
President Jacob Zuma will not have to pay a cent for the security upgrades at his Nkandla residence, but taxpayers will cough up much more for the president's homestead in future.
The widow of a Stellenbosch paediatrician prays every day for her husband's killer.
South African soldiers aren't just keeping the peace - they're also spreading the love.
The face of Cape Town's lower city centre is set for a major change with the development of a new R1-billion five-star hotel and apartment block.