EU, Japan sign world's biggest free-trade deal
The agreement covers nearly a third of the world’s economic output and affects 600 million people.
Calls for changes to Wimbledon deciding set format
At Wimbledon, South African beat Roger Federer in the quarter-finals in a lengthy and thrilling five-set match and then beat John Isner in the semi-finals in a match that lasted over six hours.
Kremlin rubbishes novichok attack accusations by UK
Novichok is a Russian-designed and made nerve agent but the Kremlin is denying any involvement and says it’s deeply concerned about the incident.
UK to introduce stringent measures for air passenger hand luggage - report
Make-up, baby powder and coffee may all be banned from being carried on to the plane on all flights leaving Britain.
Brexit: Theresa May meets Cabinet to discuss trade plan with EU
The aim is to achieve trade, without tariffs or barriers, but how best to secure that is subject of huge disagreement.
Second British hospital added to probe into baby deaths
Officers have arrested nurse Lucy Letby on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of another six at one British hospital where she is currently employed.
Man convicted of planning attack on UK politicians
Khalid Ali was apprehended outside Parliament in London, caught carrying three knives.
Macron and wife embroiled in new dinner service row for Élysée Palace
According to officials, the 1,200-piece set chosen by First Lady Brigitte Macron cost R800,000, but critics say the real cost is almost ten times that figure.
4 men get 25 years behind bars in migrants truck case in Austria
A court in Hungary heard the accused must have known the migrants and refugees were going to die in the sealed container as the oxygen ran out and they ignored their pleas for help.
Princess Diana’s letter to designer set to fetch R17k at auction
Princess Diana wrote the letter in 1990 to thank designer Bruce Oldfield and his business partner for a jersey they had given her for her 29th birthday.
Denmark's immigration minister criticised over Ramadan comment
She says that because those observing Ramadan can’t eat or drink for up to 18 hours, that it is a potential safety risk to the rest of society.
Commemorative gifts given at royal wedding selling on eBay
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as the couple are now known, invited 1,200 so-called 'community champions' to the wedding.
Austrian peacekeepers under UN investigated over Syrian policemen ambush
Nine Syrian security force members were killed in the attack and some are speculating the Austrians could be prosecuted for being accessories to murder.
Jewish groups protest against Labour Party at British parliament
Suspicions of prejudice in the political group are long-standing but have resurfaced because of the party leader's support for a street mural many see as anti-semitic.
5,000 modern slavery victims reported in UK in past year
A third of the cases involved sexual exploitation, a half concerned forced labour. The number of children thought to be victims totalled more than 2,000 and rose by 66% from the previous year.
Russia claims Britain could be source of nerve agent in attack
Russia’s ambassador to the European Union says the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Sweden or the United States might also be to blame.
Former Save the Children chief executive has resigned from Unicef
Earlier this week it was revealed Justin Forsyth faced three complaints of inappropriate behaviour towards female staff at Save the Children.
Shrien Dewani's publicist Max Clifford dies
The 74-year-old collapsed in his prison cell while serving an eight-year sentence for historical sexual offences unconnected to the Dewani family or the Cape Town trial.