Real take Hernandez on loan from United
Javier Hernandez is surplus to requirements at United as the English Premier League club agreed to take striker Radamel Falcao on loan from AS Monaco.
Thabane on his way back to Lesotho following talks
While Lesotho’s prime minister is on his way home, SADC is expected to send a team to monitor the situation in the country.
Manufacturing sector contracts for fifth month in a row
New data has shown that the manufacturing sector has contracted for the fifth month in a row, while new vehicle sales came under pressure yet again.
8 things you probably didn't know about Lesotho
It's an unusual coup in Africa's unusual 'kingdom in the sky': From a dinosaur to a ski resort, here are 8 things you didn't know about Lesotho.
Thabane asks SADC to send troops into Lesotho
Lesotho's now exiled Prime Minister Thomas Thabane says SADC must send peacekeeping troops to Lesotho, as the situation is "out of hand".
Despite battlefield losses, Hamas is 'simply not defeated'
Hamas suffered heavy military losses during its 50-day conflict with Israel, but it has still emerged with enhanced political standing, say analysts.
China opposes sanctions against Russia
China says the EU's proposed additional sanctions on its key ally Russia will not solve the current problems in Ukraine.
Nude photos of celebrities leaked in apparent hack
Nude photos of stars such as Jennifer Lawrence and Rihanna have surfaced online, raising questions about hacking, leaks and invasion of privacy.
The PIC favours platinum shares over gold
Despite tough times of late for South Africa's platinum sector the Public Investment Corporation is betting on the precious metals' comeback.
Zuma to head talks on Lesotho crisis
Talks between SADC officials are expected to resume on Monday to discuss a peaceful solution to Lesotho's attempted military coup.
Ebola takes its toll on healthcare workers
A growing number of healthcare workers have been infected by the Ebola outbreak, which will affect healthcare services to more than 20 000 people.
Mugabe's latest visit boosts China-Zimbabwe relations
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has returned from China with optimistic reports on plans to work together on energy, infrastructure and transport.
Loss to Zimbabwe raises Australia's alarm bells
Sunday's "embarrassing" loss to Zimbabwe has left Australia red-faced and worried a mere five months before they host the World Cup.
Sundowns back to winning ways after defeating AmaZulu
Mamelodi Sundowns have come back from a mauling by Orlando Pirates to beat AmaZulu 2-0 in their bid to defend their title.
New P2P lending platform gives SMEs a boost
The evolution of peer-to-peer lending platforms has given small businesses another way to access financing despite renewed lending scrutiny.
SADC, SANDF and the Lesotho coup that wasn't
SA has called a SADC meeting to discuss the recent Lesotho "coup", while the SANDF has refuted claims that it was involved in foiling the attempt.
Economic week ahead: Mind the banks
Central banks in Europe, the UK, Japan, Egypt and Kenya are among those expected to announce policy decisions in the week ahead.
Fears for Lesotho's future after 'coup'
The attempted assassination of a military commander has plunged Lesotho into turmoil after an apparent coup that forced the prime minister to flee.
Ukraine rebels prepare attack as EU threatens new sanctions
Pro-Russian separatists are preparing a fresh offensive in Ukraine as EU leaders give Moscow one week to curb support for rebels or face sanctions.
Israel plans to expropriate 400 hectares of West Bank
Israel has announced plans to expropriate 400 hectares of Palestinian land in the Bethlehem area in the south of the occupied West Bank.
Western Province cement top spot
Two tries within five minutes gave Western Province a crucial 23-18 victory over the Bulls to cement their place at the top of the Currie Cup log.
SAHRC investigating racism complaints over anti-Indian song
The human rights commission is probing complaints of racism by the South African Hindu Maha Sabha organisation over AmaCde's song "Umhlab' Uzobuya".
Ombudsman rejects Transnet tender boss's complaint
The Press Ombudsman has dismissed a complaint brought by Iqbal Sharma against the Mail & Guardian, saying the publication was justified in its report.
Emerging stocks poised for longest monthly rally in nine years
Emerging-market stocks are on a winning streak as slow recovery in the developed world offsets concerns over geopolitical tensions.
Chiefs' winning streak confounds expectations
Kaizer Chiefs will be seeking to stretch to eight games their winning start to the new season that has put them at the top of the league standings.