The decision to appeal the Pretoria High Court's ruling that the government was legally bound to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir might be an attempt to "remedy" similar predicaments in the future, political analyst Mzoxolo Mpolase said.
Burundians voted yesterday in elections that have been condemned internationally as unconstitutional amid an opposition boycott and grenade attacks - but the electoral commission claims that there had been an "enormous" turnout despite many stations being quiet.
World number one Novak Djokovic has admitted on Sunday that players do find a way to bend the rules to their advantage but denied flouting the game’s rules by receiving illegal coaching during his matches.
British-based satellite broadcaster Sky is mulling over a £4.5-billion bid to take a controlling stake in Formula 1, potentially trumping a Qatari-backed consortium's plan to seize control of the sport, the London Sunday Times has reported.
Rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs took a tumble, Janet Jackson made an emotional appearance, and the BET TV network paid tribute on Sunday to campaigners across the United States demanding better police accountability after a troubled year.
Dr Michael Mol and John Berry's new cookbook is aimed at the everyday family cook who has their eye on healthier meals, but that doesn't mean dessert is off the menu. Try their recipe for chocolate tartlets
David Tretheway couldn’t understand why his two-year-old daughter’s Pampers nappies were suddenly not keeping her dry at night, that is until he discovered a slightly older stash of Pampers and made a startling discovery.