Pakistani police say two gunmen have shot and killed a police officer and wounded two others in an attack on a patrol.
Efforts to rescue three workers trapped inside Lily Mine, in Louisville outside Barberton, have been suspended following a second collapse at the site, Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza says.
The mass influx of refugees and other migrants into Europe spells a “near existential threat” to the continent, says US Secretary of State John Kerry.
After losing out on his love interest, a wild elephant in southern China has turned his attention to cars and dented 15 cars.
Further 10-million energy-saving lamps will be distributed in all nine provinces following successful first phase of roll-out
It’s difficult to imagine now, in the age of mass global travel, that building an aeroplane to carry hundreds of people at a time was once seen as a huge risk.
Taylor Swift will open the 58th annual Grammy Awards with a performance from her nominated album, 1989.
Rights group AfriBusiness warns against land ownership plan envisaged by President Jacob Zuma in his state of the nation address
Breytenbach and her lawyer will appear in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on charges of obstruction and defeating ends of justice
Company owned by Gupta family and a venture fund in which president’s son is an investor is on the lookout for new opportunities to grow the business
Instead of contemplating having one capital‚ president could rather have announced that the Cabinet would be slashed, says COPE’s Dennis Bloem
The mother of a teen involved in the 1999 Columbine high school massacre says she saw no signs of mental distress.
A man and a woman have drowned in two separate incidents on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast.
A member of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s protection unit was hurt when the vehicle he was in was involved in an accident at an intersection in Cape Town on Friday.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille says that it would be more cost effective to move the administrative capital to Cape Town than to move Parliament.
It’s not practical to ban your kids from the online world, but it is possible to teach them more responsible habits.
Shopping around for a Valentine’s Day weekend made in heaven? Loured, the town in France that has attracted “miracle” seekers, is welcoming all lovers.
Humanitarian relief is being provided to 600 people whose homes were destroyed in a fire at the Masiphumelele informal settlement near Fish Hoek on Friday.
The boy told his mother about what the man had done, shortly after the assault occured on Thursday.
The cause of the fire and the incident remains unknown and is subject to further investigation
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says tension between Russia and the West have plunged the world into a “new Cold War”.
UN experts have raised the alarm over enforced disappearances in Syria, which has been ravaged by conflict for nearly five years.
Six people have been arrested in the last two days during a sting operation in Maake and Letsitele areas in Tzaneen for possession of firearms and drugs.
The incident occurred approximately 20 kilometers outside Potchefstroom.
It turns out that only 26.3% of cheating women want to spend the day with their husbands, while more than half of them would rather spend it with their lover (53.7%).
Councillor Benedicta van Minnen, mayoral committee member for Human Settlements, said seven “unoccupied and illegally erected structures” had been removed.
Police announced that a suicide note was found at the scene of the shooting on Friday morning near the cafeteria area of Independence High School in Glendale. They said the girls each were shot once, were declared dead at the scene and a weapon was found near the bodies.
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British police say they have arrested a teenager on hacking charges, which included hacking the personal accounts of top US intelligence officials.
A man has been arrested for allegedly raping an eight-year-old boy in the toilet of a Gauteng school.
Ben Stiller has praised Anna Wintour for making Zoolander 2 “happen” as she has been an “incredible partner and supporter” of the movie.
Two soldiers and four suspected militants were killed Saturday in a fierce gun battle in Indian-administered Kashmir near the de facto border with Pakistan, an army spokesman said.
A person has been killed and six others injured when a taxi rolled on the N12 about 20km outside Potchestroom in the early hours of the Saturday morning.
A day after Julius Malema clashed with Parliament’s presiding officers, the Economic Freedom Fighters leader faced another tough crowd.
Spokesperson for acting police commissioner, Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said “A lead vehicle of the deputy president’s was hit by a bakkie which allegedly drove through a red robot [on Friday afternoon]”.
The Lily Mine in Barberton, where three miners have been trapped for more than a week, has reportedly had another collapse.
The five KwaZulu-Natal learners accused of gang-raping a 15-year-old girl at a Durban school last week have been denied bail.
A member of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s protection unit was injured in a crash at a Cape Town intersection when a bakkie drove through a red robot, according to police.
A shack fire at the Masiphumelele informal settlement near Hout Bay, Cape Town has left about a thousand people homeless.
Police have concluded that a shooting at a suburban Phoenix high school that killed two 15-year-old girls and caused panic among parents was a murder-suicide.