NPA's decision to drop Zuma charges 'irrational', set aside
The high court in Pretoria has ruled that the decision to withdraw 783 criminal charges against President Zuma was not justified.
Shades of Leicester in Atlético Madrid's manic desire
Atlé;tico and Leicester are obviously not identical but the teams do have startling similarities.
Reserve Bank to stay out of Gupta saga
The central bank has stated that it has no intention of intervening in the Gupta family's battle against the banks that have closed their accounts.
Ten inconsistencies in Trump's foreign policy
How closely the Republican frontrunner’s first big foreign policy speech stands up to detailed scrutiny is already the subject of fierce debate.
Landmark US event on women's reproductive rights
On April 28 in Washington DC a landmark event will be hosted to highlight links between reproductive health services and women’s economic well-being.
Trump attacks Clinton as victories set stage for brutal election
Battle lines appear drawn for general election as Republican frontrunner says Democrat has nothing going for her except ‘the woman’s card’.
Global music icon Prince dead at 57
The Purple Rain superstar was found unresponsive yesterday in the elevator of a US studio complex.
Gupta-Denel deal 'makes no sense'
Denel's focus on Southeast Asia is misguided and its joint venture with Gupta-linked VR Laser suspect, say analysts.
Hundreds arrested after xenophobic attacks erupt in Lusaka
Zambian police have arrested more than 250 people after widespread riots and looting prompted by rumours of alleged ritual killings by Rwandans.
Military, political leaders behind murky Angola deepwater oil deals
Leaks from the Panama Papers reveal a web of intrigue about how companies got the rights to drill for oil.