Despite semi-final disappointment, the future of South African cricket has hope once more
Woolworths is in a better position now than it was when it bought the Australian department store
France are missing key midfielders, which makes Denmark strong candidates for the top spot in this group
The Proteas are in the T20 World Cup with a fighting chance but all is not well in game
The Local food pioneer has been drawn into a dispute with the department of agriculture, which has an issue with how meat alternatives are labelled
Boris Johnson’s plan to ‘offer’ migrants a ‘choice’ between returning to their war-torn countries and Rwanda mimics Australia’s ‘Pacific Solution’ where people were dumped for years on islands
The Greens made good gains, as did the ‘teals’ standing as independents in conservative bases
If graduates did not get their qualifications from the list of top 50 universities, 40 of which are in the US, France, China, Hong Kong, Australia, Germany, Canada and Japan, they will be excluded
No cricketer before or since has had such wide-ranging demand of the dramatics, of the emotional and existential possibilities of making people sweat.
The magnetic spinner brought his ebullient forthrightness, sense of mischief, and above all, cricketing brain into the commentary box
Warne’s management said he died in Koh Samui, Thailand, of a suspected heart attack.
The Legal Resources Centre hails court order as stunning victory for indigenous communities along the coast
Tonga has been inaccessible since Saturday, when one of the largest volcanic explosions in decades cloaked the nation in a layer of ash, triggered a Pacific-wide tsunami and severed vital undersea communication cables
The world number one said his team had offered fresh information to the Australian government, which is pondering whether to cancel his visa, again, and throw him out of the country
Doubts have emerged over the accuracy of Djokovic’s travel declaration, reportedly filled out before he flew in from Spain.
The last days of COP26 have been marred by backtracking and what human and environmental rights watchdogs are calling ‘weak texts’
Proteas steer course twixt hope and dread
Greenpeace team says it has obtained leaked records of countries asking scientists to water down upcoming scientific report on climate change
With a third of their habitat burnt, scientists feared the silver-headed antechinus had not survived
An installation and a documentary about the notorious residential school system amplify calls to define such deaths worldwide as genocide
The team has displaced the world champions England in the rankings and has the World Cup in its sights
The night before Australia’s Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) final, fiery South African fast bowler Shabnim Ismail lay awake pondering how to take the prized wicket of Aussie gun batter, Meg Lanning. Twenty-four hours later, Ismail was the toast of her Sydney Thunder team, as they upset the favourites, Melbourne Stars, bowling them out for […]
Their dramatic overnight exit came following days of secret wrangling that had seen both men holed up in Australia’s diplomatic missions to escape the clutches of China’s feared security police
Australians would be stopped from posting local and international articles on Facebook and Instagram, the company said, claiming the move was “not our first choice” but the “only way to protect against an outcome that defies logic”.
The prolific interdisciplinary scholar who worked on the periphery and challenged Eurocentrism also drew attention to the El Niño phenomenon and global warming concerns in Victorian times
This entails putting them at the centre of national strategies, but doing it without high CO2 releases
Australia’s new regulations will also cover the sharing of data, and the ranking and display of news content, to be enforced by binding dispute resolution mechanisms and penalties
They took time, but the International Olympic Committee have finally done the responsible thing and postponed Tokyo 2020
Confusion about who should check a vessel meant to pick up 60 000 sheep has exposed fissures in the Covid-19 regulations
Motosport’s top competition is dropping hints of coming back, but would we want this to happen?
One man is pushing for a change to labour legislation that will allow workers to take paid time off to look after their parents
Western media has racialised the coronavirus outbreak, leading to increased Sinophobia in several countries. Such dehumanisation of a race has no place in functioning democracies