Cambridge beat Oxford to win the Women’s Boat Race on the River Thames in London.
Australia’s captain Steve Smith and rookie opener Cameron Bancroft have admitted to ball tampering in the third Test against South Africa at Newlands.
Fired up with passion after a high school massacre, crowds gathered in Washington for what is expected to be the biggest US gun control protest in a generation.
QPR’s Paul Smyth scores on his debut to give Northern Ireland a 2-1 win in Saturday’s international friendly against South Korea.
Demolition teams have been working to tear down five homes in Hemsby, Norfolk.
Standing in a T-shirt, jeans, and socks after giving his boots, Bible, jacket and shirt to a group of gangsters, evangelist Angus Buchan had the thousands of people who had trekked to his prayer meeting in Mitchell’s Plain crying, praying and shouting loudly “Praise Jesus”.
Police chiefs condemn the “appalling” behaviour of a “large number” of England fans in Amsterdam, calling the trouble a “worrying trend”.
Australia batsman Cameron Bancroft is spoken to by umpires in the third Test against South Africa about an object in his pocket.
Australia batsman Cameron Bancroft’s pants was under scrutiny during the third day of the third Test at Newlands.
Former president Robert Mugabe says he spent nearly four decades in power because he “listened to the people” who wanted him to carry on ruling Zimbabwe.
A potential ball-tampering row involving Aussie player Cameron Bancroft is the latest flashpoint in the controversial Test series, writes Rob Houwing.
The Edinburgh demonstration follows a mass shooting at a school in Florida which left 17 students and teachers dead.
Newlands security is on high alert on day three as spectators are being watched closely after being accused of abusing Australia’s cricketers.
March For Our Lives events are being held nationwide, with hundreds of thousands expected to protest.
Various political and civil society groups have reacted to the decision taken by the Constitutional court to allow CPS to continue distributing social grants to beneficiaries who receive their grants in cash.
Egyptian authorities have arrested a British journalist and deported her as part of an escalating crackdown on media ahead of this month’s presidential elections.
Advancing technology may light up the road ahead but it dazzles other drivers, an RAC survey suggests.
The latest instalment in South Africa’s longest-running political soap opera played out dramatically on March 16 when Shaun Abrahams, the head of South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), announced that 16 criminal charges against former president Jacob Zuma must stand and be tested in court.
The charges relate to 783 counts of corruption, fraud, money laundering and racketeering....
Maxhosa by South African designer Laduma Ngxokolo left the fashion lovers in awe at day three of AFI Cape Town fashion week. The line celebrates various facets of Ngxokolo’s Xhosa heritage and upbringing in Nelson Mandela Bay. Xhosa beadwork inspired the first designs created by Ngxokolo, and has since come to inform his whole label, which is stocked in stores around the world.
The new line was...
The company says very few of the current emojis “speak to the life experiences of those with disabilities”.
Evangelist Angus Buchan and his followers’ prayers seem to have been answered as a light drizzle fell over his It’s Time mass prayer meeting in Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town.