- Australian senator threatens to grab PM's testicles
- Lionel Messi devastated by new defeat in final
- The world's oldest man dies in Japan, aged 112
- Tanzania's ruling party to pick presidential candidate
- Cellphones set us free: IRR
- Chinese 'Walter White' nabbed for selling ecstasy substitute
- Mark Mayambela joins Chippa United
- Justin Bieber's cheeky hello from Bora Bora
- Kourtney Kardashian dumps Scott Disick
- Barcelona agree to sign playmaker Arda from Atletico Madrid
- South Carolina senators take step to remove Confederate battle flag
- FIFA bans World Cup bid inspector Mayne-Nicholls for seven years
- Watch: Nascar racer flips into the catchnet at almost 200mph
- App promotes Mandela's principles
- Greece faces last chance to stay in euro as cash runs out
- SA's Kevin Anderson gives king Djokovic a mighty scare
- Suspected Shebab kill 14 in northern Kenya attack
- Spanish police arrest women accused of recruiting girls for Islamic State
- Japan reactor refuelled for restart, despite opposition
- SACP: Lack of popular activism threatens ANC rule
- Mdluli case struck off the roll
- 'Books, not bullets' battle cry
- Aboriginal recognition on way in Australia
- Thai military court releases 14 student protesters
- Islamist militants kill 44 in two attacks in Nigeria
- Bid to stop the hunt
- Galaxy eaters rampaging throughout the universe
- Obama told to drop gay talk
- Westville warders quit posts
- 'Door open to discussions' on Greece: Hollande, Merkel
- Redetermination of boundaries indicates fewer nonviable municipalities
- Mental illness in workplace costs companies millions each year
- Pope hints at a big gathering of Christians
- Warhead prank backfires
- UCT denies SRC acting president axed over anti-gay statement
- Hope dies last in Greece after defiant 'No'
War has been declared on online taxi service Uber, with metered taxi operators intimidating drivers and passengers and threatening to slow traffic nationally in protest.
Reports that the Passenger Rail Agency of SA spent R600-million on locomotives that cannot be used because they exceed height restrictions have been countered by the head of the agency, Lucky Montana.
The Treatment Action Campaign and the minister of health are at loggerheads again.
Attempts by police to arrest a festive Johannesburg milliner, for alleged drunk driving at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown on Friday night, could have been lifted from a scene at the Mad Hatter's tea party after she allegedly kicked a policeman in the groin as she resisted arrest, refused to have her blood drawn and provided false information.