Chamber of Mines challenges mining rights freeze in court
The chamber's Charmane Russel says they want the notice set aside for a number of reasons.
Alphabet adds to cash pile despite higher costs, antitrust fine
Alphabet, the owner of Google and YouTube, said it made $3.5 billion in net income on sales of $26 billion.
SAA asked for R10bn injection - Gigaba
The airline was provided state funds in July to help it repay loans of about R2.3 billion to Standard Chartered.
Report: China preparing for potential crisis with North Korea
The Chinese government has repeatedly said there can be no military solution for the North Korea issue.
Car bomb kills seven civilians in Egypt’s North Sinai – army
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. Four gunmen were inside the vehicle, the army said.
Olympic champions lead powerful US world team
The Americans won 32 medals at the Rio Games, 13 of them gold, and similar overall numbers are forecast for London.
Mercedes commits to Formula E, to leave DTM
Mercedes has won 10 drivers’ and 13 team titles in their 26-year involvement in the DTM, with 183 race wins.
Dengue outbreak kills 300 in Sri Lanka, hospitals at limit
They blamed recent monsoon rains and floods that have left pools of stagnant water and rotting rain-soaked trash.
Report: Elbow injury may rule Djokovic out of US Open
Serbia's Sportski Zurnal reported that the 30-year-old could face up to 12 weeks on the sidelines.
James Bond set for 2019 return, no word on 007 star
The 2015 film took some $880 million at the global box office, according to film tracker BoxOfficeMojo.com.
Proteas quick Rabada raring to go after suspension
Rabada was handed one demerit point for giving Stokes a send-off after the all-rounder was caught behind in the first test, which England won by 211 runs.
Justin Bieber cancels rest of 'Purpose' tour without explanation
Bieber started the tour in support of his "Purpose" album in March 2016 and has performed more than 150 shows across Europe, Africa, South America, Australia and parts of Asia.
'Game of Thrones' author teases two possible new books in 2018
George RR Martin, whose 'A Song of Ice and Fire' novels were adapted into the fantasy series 'Game of Thrones,' is working on the sixth instalment 'Winds of Winter'.
Turkey’s Erdogan ends tour with no sign of Qatar progress
Turkey has been Qatar’s most powerful ally in the dispute, rushing through legislation to send more troops to its base in Doha as a sign of support.
Venezuela crisis enters pivotal week, Maduro foes protest
For months, youths have blockaded streets and used slingshots, stones, homemade mortars and Molotov cocktails to battle National Guard troops.
Trump son-in-law details Russia contacts, denies collusion
Kushner, 36, a senior White House adviser, met Senate Intelligence Committee staff behind closed doors for about two hours.
US judge halts deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals
US District Judge Mark Goldsmith granted a preliminary injunction requested by lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Israel to replace metal detectors in Jerusalem with smart surveillance
Israel installed metal detectors at entry points to Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem after two police officers were fatally shot on 14 July.