Botswana has suspended routine patient referrals to South Africa, acting on the advice from the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s as the wave of xenophobic attacks continue in some parts of South Africa.
An autopsy showed no wounds to Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died after being chased and arrested by the Baltimore police, except for the injury to his spinal cord that killed him, officials said Monday.
The Democratic Alliance will on Tuesday lay criminal charges against the CEO of the Road Accident Fund (RAF)‚ Eugene Watson‚ on behalf of all those road accident victims who have waited and are still awaiting payouts.
Former fast bowler Matthew Hoggard has accused England of being "very English" and too "timid" - and is urging his country to follow Australia coach Darren Lehmann's lead by encouraging a more positive and aggressive approach.
Qatar's hopes of joining the Formula One calendar in the near future appear to have receded after commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone indicated he was unlikely to add a third Middle Eastern race to the schedule just yet.
Telkom is at the mercy of the North Gauteng High Court, which will decide on Friday whether the state-controlled company must hand back 6000 vans it has been leasing from Daimler Fleet Management for its field technicians.
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