Clinton did not comply with federal email policy, watchdog finds
The report said Hillary Clinton should've discussed the arrangement with the department's security officials.
#RandReport: SA stocks rally, rand softens on downgrade fears
Gold Fields was the biggest decliner, shedding 7.55 percent to 55.01 rand.
Moscow frees Ukraine pilot in swap for Russians held in conflict
Ukrainian servicewoman Nadiya Savchenko has officially been pardoned by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Toyota invests R6.1 billion to expand production at SA car plant
Toyota South Africa said it aims to increase output at the plant by 20,000 units a year and boost exports.
Saudi Arabia's rulers adapt message for social media age
Saudi Arabia's dynastic leaders have historically courted public opinion via informal councils with tribal.
Energizer lawsuit over Duracell's pink bunny can keep going
Energizer said it has spent hundreds of millions of dollars using its bunny to market its batteries.
Swedish court upholds Assange arrest warrant
Julian Assange is wanted by authorities for questioning over allegations that he committed rape in 2010.
#EgyptAir to contract French, Italian companies for black boxes search
The plane and its black box recorders have not been located.
Kenya says its troops kill 21 al Shabaab fighters in Somalia
Kenyan troops struck a group of al-Shabaab fighters in the west of the country, near the Kenyan border.
Euro zone hails 'breakthrough' with Greece, IMF debt deal
Eurogroup finance ministers gave a nod to releasing €10.3 billion in new funds for Greece.
Booker International Prize winner urges fellow Koreans to read more
Han Kang won the prize for fiction last week with the novel story about a woman who gives up eating meat.
Apple rehires prominent security pro as encryption fight boils
The FBI & law enforcement maintain that tech companies need to help the government hunt criminals.
Twitter revamp to take place in 'next few months'
User names and media attachments such as photos and videos will no longer count toward the length of a tweet.
US queries AB InBev on incentives amid merger probe
AB InBev tops the US beer market, with 45.8 percent, followed by MillerCoors.
Drop in deaths in Mediterranean 'is a hopeful sign'...
So far this year 1,370 migrants & refugees have perished at sea, nearly 25% fewer than last year.
Investigators raid Google Paris HQ in tax evasion inquiry
Google, which said it was fully complying with French law, is under pressure across Europe & public opinion.
10 killed in suicide attack near Afghan capital
A suicide attack on a bus carrying staff from an appeal court killed 10 people and wounded four.
Old Mutual confirms approaches for stake in US fund arm
Old Mutual yesterday confirmed it’s received multiple approaches from potential buyers of its stake.
Japan an alluring target for Standard Bank ATM thieves
The thieves who stole millions of dollars from automatic teller machines across Japan are still at large.
Afghan Taliban appoint new leader after Mansour's death
Haibatullah Akhunzada is a former head of the Taliban’s judiciary and was deputy to Mansour.
SA met S&P team, spoke to Fitch last week - Treasury
The meeting was held ahead of a review which could see the country’s debt rating cut to junk.
Govt mulling judgment allowing domestic rhino horn trade
Environmental Affairs will study a court ruling dismissing its bid to uphold a 7-year ban on the trade.