Anderson sets sights on top three ranking
On Monday, Kevin Anderson became the first South African tennis player to be ranked in the top five in over three decades.
ANC leadership outcome receives attention in Britain
The African National Congress election has been making world news for several days now.
May says more police to be deployed after tube explosion
An improvised explosive device hidden in a builder's bucket appears to have failed to detonate fully on one of the carriages but a flash of fire still left 22 people injured.
Bell Pottinger clients moving to other companies as firm crashes
A statement released by the newly-appointed administrators describes a rapid financial crash of an organisation founded 30 years ago.
Bell Pottinger could be forced to shut down by end of 2017
There are also reports of major clients, including HSBC Bank, abandoning the company that met its own PR nightmare by working with the Gupta family on a racially divisive campaign.
Ottery Youth Centre boys hope facility won’t shut down
The centre faces an uncertain future as government decides on whether to keep it open following a legal battle and a change of laws governing such institutions.
Future of Ottery Youth Care Centre hangs in the balance
The centre is home to around 60 boys who either fell afoul of the law or were pulled out of troubled or violent homes.
[FEATURE] The factory of second chances
In Cape Town’s ganglands, second chances are rare. One youth centre in Ottery is offering a fresh start to boys caught up in the violence, a safe space where kids can learn to be kids again.
Queen’s speech: Focus on Brexit, fight against terror
The British monarch says despite Brexit, her government seeks to maintain strong ties with its European allies.
London ‘terror attack’ overshadows start of Brexit talks
One man died and 10 others were injured near a mosque in north London, in what has been described as a ‘sickening’ act of terrorism.
Police ‘not searching for more suspects’ in London mosque attack
A 48-year-old man in a white van drove into a crowd of worshippers outside a mosque north of the city centre.
London's Grenfell Tower blaze death toll now stands at 12, says police
More than 200 firefighters, backed up by 40 fire engines, have spent more than 12 hours trying to extinguish the Grenfell Tower blaze.
May to finalise Cabinet, prepare for Brexit talks
Theresa May was defiant in addressing the nation and committing herself to getting the best Brexit deal.
UK politician Nigel Farage under spotlight in FBI Trump investigation
The Guardian newspaper reports that Nigel Farage’s proximity to key individuals under investigation has made him a person of interest.
Dramatic developments in UK in wake of Manchester bombing
Police are holding eight people in custody in connection with the attack on a packed concert hall, which killed 22 people.
Queen condemns ‘barbaric’ deadly Manchester attack
The aftermath of the Manchester bombing has seen global outrage, calls for unity, an arrest as news that one of the victims was eight years old.
[UPDATE] Isis claims Manchester attack, police arrest man (23)
At least 22 people we killed and 59 others injured in the blast which took place on Monday night shortly after the end of the US singer’s performance.
Julian Assange 'feels vindicated' after rape investigation dropped
Wearing a leather jacket and with his fist in the air, Assange described the decision as a victory.