An officer who swapped places with a hostage in a supermarket siege dies of his injuries.
Only 17 balls are bowled on day three as rain continues to affect the first Test between England and New Zealand in Auckland.
The shadow NI secretary’s dismissal is described by one former minster as a ‘Stalinist purge’.
Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe says South Africa could have done “much more” to save him politically during last year’s military takeover.
From Rex Tillerson to Sean Spicer, Al Jazeera looks at the most notable Trump administration departures so far.
Even the life of a small injured bird is worth trying to save for Warrant Officer Charles Lamola of the Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria.
Thousands rally in Barcelona and other cities after a Spanish judge puts five Catalan leaders in jail.
In an announcement on Friday night ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service said it would keep its assessment of the nation’s debt unchanged, placing sovereign debt at above investment grade, and changing the country’s outlook to stable.
According to FIn24 If Moody’s had downgraded the credit rating on SA’s debt, ‘the country would have automatically been removed from the Citi World Government...
South Africa has the capacity and resources to mitigate the devastating water crisis it is facing. In a recently released, insightful report by the Water Research Commission in collaboration with the Institute for Security Studies, titled A Delicate Balance – Water Scarcity in South Africa, evidence shows that South Africa can manage its national–level water system by using policies and...
The SABC’s acting CEO Nomsa Philiso is planning to meet unions to discuss proposed changes at the public broadcaster that have upset many staff members, SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago said on Friday.
“The issues around that engagement with unions and the SABC are done directly with each other,” said Kganyago.
In an effort to resolve the impasse, Philiso will meet the unions to discuss the...
Social media is fun. It is the way we share stories, stay connected with friends and family, and record our (sometimes ridiculous) lives. But increasingly, it can also be damaging – the way you get yourself fired or the thing that stops you from being hired in the first place.
“There are many ways social media can promote or destroy careers,” says Professor Arne Krokan, a social media expert at...
Sebastian Vettel leads Kimi Raikkonen to a Ferrari one-two in a wet-dry final practice, with qualifying at 06:00 GMT.
Steven Spielberg reckons Hollywood is currently having a ‘watershed’ moment, whilst promoting his futuristic film Ready Player One.
Jo Garner was determined to go to university but she couldn’t afford the fees.
A school friend says Sergei Skripal was shunned by ex-classmates but did not see himself as a traitor.
A former classmate says the spy told him he even wrote to Vladimir Putin asking to come back to Russia.
Measurements show the entire bulk of Europe’s most active volcano is edging eastwards, Scientists say.
This is Lucy’s journey of transitioning
Andy Murray, Geri Horner, David Ginola and many other stars took part in the TV fundraiser.
The Duchess of Devonshire says she is “thrilled” by the work, which has taken 10 years.
A woman with three children says she is still suffering from the after-effects of extreme morning sickness.