Some of us have attractive bodies but don't show our thighs: Grace Mugabe

Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe has once again blasted Vice President Joice Mujuru for her dress sense.

Raven Symone disgusted by Cosby molestation rumour

Raven Symone has come out in defence of Bill Cosby, slamming rumours that he molested her after the Cosby Show's finale.

New PetroSA boss 'ran away with my money': Skweyiya

A businessman who once allegedly swindled top ANC leaders out of millions in an investment scheme has been appointed chairman of the PetroSA board.

'Man of God' faces arrest for no-show

Lawyers for Nigerian preacher TB Joshua have mounted a legal challenge against a coroner who has ordered Joshua to testify about the building collapse at his Lagos megachurch.

ANC MPs using Zuma to feather their nests: ANC veterans

ANC veterans believe President Jacob Zuma should do the honourable thing and pay back some of the R246 million in state funds used to upgrade his private Nkandla home in KwaZulu-Natal.

Life sentence for forensic auditor Lawrence Moepi's killers

Two men convicted of the murder of forensic auditor Lawrence Moepi were handed life sentences in the High Court in Johannesburg, according to a media report.

Mugabe marking Grace's doctorate 'can only make news on Mars': official

A senior Zimbabwean government official on Friday criticised reports that President Robert Mugabe marked his wife Grace's doctorate.

PetroSA boss storms newspaper

Controversial PetroSA chairman Tshepo Kgadima stormed into the Times Media Group's Johannesburg offices yesterday demanding to speak to the editor of Business Day, Songezo Zibi, who had published a story that painted him as an alleged fraudster.

Shot poo protester flings mud at ANC

Minutes after being discharged from hospital yesterday, chief poo protester Andile Lili took aim at the men he claims plotted to kill him.

Ex-ex-gay church leader marries male partner

John Smid used to be the director of the Memphis based ex-gay ministry "Love in action", now he is married to his partner, Larry McQueen.

Eleven die in Zimbabwe stampede at prophet's crusade

Eleven people were killed in a stampede at a crusade held by a popular prophet in Kwekwe, central Zimbabwe, on Friday, police and a religious organisation said.

Al-Qaeda officer linked to 9/11 mastermind killed in US Drone strike

A former Pakistani army officer convicted for sheltering 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was killed in a US drone strike in the country's north-western border region, officials said on Friday.

Top 0.004% own 13% of world's assets and they're getting richer: UBS

A bare 0.004 percent of the world's adult population controls nearly $30 trillion in assets, 13 percent of the world's total wealth, according to a new study.

Wigan sponsor pulls out over appointment of 'racist' Mackay

Wigan has suffered the loss of one of their shirt sponsors, just 24 hours after the controversial appointment of Malky Mackay as the club’s new manager.

Cadillac has BMW in its sights with the new ATS-V

The ATS-V is the first 'hot' high-performance Cadillac ever to get a turbocharged engine and as if to make up for lost time the company has decided to go with two turbos, rather than just one.

Struggling Swiss club fires all the players after embarrassing defeat

In most cases, the manager is the one sacrificed when a club struggles immensely.

Two rhino poached in Namibia's Etosha National Park

Two dead rhino were found with their horns removed in Namibia's Etosha National Park, the environment and tourism ministry said on Friday.

Taxi and bakkie collision claims six lives in Tembisa

At least six people died when a taxi and a bakkie collided in Tembisa on the East Rand on Friday morning, Gauteng paramedics said.
Australia v South Africa: Game 1

South Africa set Australia a target of 268 to win

AB De Villiers fell just short of a century after laying the platform for an impressive South African batting performance in their fourth one-day international with Australia on Friday.

South Korea jails dementia patient for 20 years for hospice arson

An 82-year-old man suffering from dementia was jailed for 20 years by a South Korean court on Friday for setting a fire at a hospice for the elderly in which 22 people died.

Crisis-hit Italian football set for reforms in 2016

Serie A chiefs have welcomed a new package of reforms by the Italian football federation (FIGC) that will see squads limited to 25 players in a move designed to boost the flagging Italian game.
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