A pathologist hired by Oscar Pistorius says he won't testify at the murder trial amid suggestions his post-mortem findings supports the prosecution.
Africans pay some of the highest charges in the world for interational money transfers - in sub-Saharan Africa it's almost double the global average.
Uganda's Parliament will probe reports that some female runners were subjected to sexual harassment and abuse while taking part in a training camp.
After taking six medals at the 2012 Olympics, it has been announced that retired Olympic swimming superstar Michael Phelps is returning to the sport.
The UK has enforced the inspection of 15 schools in Birmingham after an anonymous letter alleging a plot to force leaderhip change at four schools.
The United States is polarised over whether newspapers that exposed the extent of the NSA's spying network should be lauded or condemned.
An ancient piece of papyrus that contains a mention of Jesus's wife is not a forgery, according to Columbia, Harvard and MIT scientific analysis.
A judge has ordered that a warrant of arrest be issued to the "Nation" editor Thulani Maseko and lawyer Thulani Maseko, who were released on Sunday.
Woolworths has pledged a $4 per share cash offer for Australia's David Jones, which the store operator's board says will be recommended unanimously.
In an interview to mark the 20th anniversary of the 1994 genocide, Paul Kagame has criticised France for its "direct role" in the mass killings.