Rihanna made her long-awaited return to the stage at the Super Bowl with a career-spanning medley of pop bangers, but it was her baby bump that dominated the conversation. The megastar appeared in the stadium midair on a floating stage, donning a clingy, all-red ensemble featuring a molded bustier — and a belt below what […]
The 7.8-magnitude pre-dawn quake, whose epicentre was near the Turkish city of Gaziantep, wiped out entire sections of cities in Turkey and war-ravaged Syria, killing more than 1,200 people in their sleep.
The main nursing union accuses the government of failing to negotiate seriously on improving their pay deal for the current year, which they say is crucial given the economic situation.
The airline has admitted it imposed a requirement for South Africans flying to Britain and Ireland to fill out a questionnaire issued in Afrikaans “due to the high prevalence of fraudulent South African passports”.
China views Taiwan as part of its territory.
The complaint states that the background checks on journalists were “neither ordered nor authorised by any magistrate”
Club’s parent company awarded global record valuation after United States investment
In the face of the climate emergency, it is critical for investors to show companies the path to follow
‘Better than a Ford F-150, faster than a Porsche 911’
Faf de Klerk captained the challenge to team mates and other men to get themselves screened
The sea level can be expected to rise by at least a metre by 2300 in the unlikely event greenhouse gas emissions fall to zero in the next 11 years
Games were not shown on the Chinese network on Wednesday morning.
Rights group criticised the ruling, saying “no one should be detained for having organised or called for a peaceful demonstration”.
The Manchester United manager has funds to beef up his squad with ‘ready-made’ players
Richard Keedwell claimed he ‘could not believe’ he had been speeding and that he had ‘no case to answer’
The bizarre row has prompted a police investigation
Zimbabwe was once the breadbasket of Southern Africa, but its economy has been on a downturn for more than a decade with perennial food shortages
The Kolpak ruling means that citizens who are lawfully working within an EU country have the same free movement rights as EU citizens
Despite president pulling out of election race, demonstrators continue to call for his departure
Move draws condemnation from both the president’s rival Democrats and fellow Republicans, who warned it was an abuse of presidential powers
Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report confirms Russian collusion and obstruction of justice in Donald Trump’s 2016 presidental election.
Super Rugby resumes after mosque attacks, with Stormers travelling to New Zealand for Saturday’s game against the Wellington Hurricanes.
American Karen Uhlenbeck has won the Abel Prize in mathematics for her work on partial differential equations, the first woman to win the prize
The young predator is thought to have entered the henhouse at an agricultural school at dusk last week
The struggling young nation needs heroes and two people are hoping to make dreams come true
At his current pace, the superstar may soon become the highest-scoring player in the NBA
The ongoing Ebola outbreak is the 10th in the country’s history and the second largest ever recorded worldwide.
Around a thousand lawyers breached police cordons to march on the Constitutional Council in a bid to stop the re-election of the current president.
The stalemate has put a brake on Tshisekedi’s declared ambitions of reforming a country marked by corruption and rights abuses.
French Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet waded into a debate over the marketing of a sports version of the Muslim hijab headscarf
Here are some of the new signings to keep an eye on in Spain this season
All the young boys and their football coach have been rescued from the Tham Luang cave following a harrowing 18 day ordeal