Erasmus feels there is room to improve following win against Australia
Erasmus said he didn't want to give too much individual credit but admitted that Jantjies had a stellar performance.
'Avengers' to break 'Avatar' all-time record this weekend: Disney
The smash-hit was just $500,000 behind the decade-old $2,789.7 million record set by James Cameron's "Avatar" as of Friday, and "will close this gap by tomorrow," it said.
Australian woman allegedly beheads mother in 'horrific' crime
Police said the body of a 57-year-old woman was found inside her Sydney home on Saturday night, in what they described as one of the "most horrific" crime scenes they had seen.
SOS Mediterranee relaunches migrant rescue missions off Libya
SOS Mediterranee and Doctors Without Borders (MSF) "are back at sea with a new vessel, the Ocean Viking, to conduct search and rescue activities in the central Mediterranean", it said.
Female suicide bomber kills six in northwest Pakistan
The attack happened at the entrance of a hospital in Kotlan Saidan village on the outskirts of the northwestern city of Dera Ismail Khan.
IMF/World Bank: 75 years as the world's financial firefighters
The IMF and World Bank were created 22 July, 1944 in the shadow of World War II to help rebuild Europe and later Japan, and to try to head off the kind of economic strife that had led to the war.
Zelensky: two months as Ukraine's most unusual president
The 41-year-old has played a twofold game, underlining that he is a man of the people while attacking the traditional political class that he has denounced as corrupt.
Boris v Jeremy: Who are the rivals to be Britain's next PM?
As the race to become Britain's next prime minister draws to a close, here is a look at the two rival candidates, their campaigns and their main Brexit and domestic policies.
Libya government fears Haftar prepping new push on Tripoli
The Government of National Accord said on its Facebook page it was 'concerned over reports, confirmed by the UN and the media, on preparations for a new military escalation'.
Saudi Arabia has decided to host US troops: Saudi defence ministry
Saudi Arabia has not hosted US forces since 2003 when they withdrew following the end of the war with Iraq.
'It's our America,' reminds Michelle Obama
Trump has come under intense fire after he attacked four first-term Democratic congresswomen known as the "Squad."
'El Chapo' enters US supermax prison in Colorado
Guzman - who escaped Mexican prisons in 2001 and 2015 - will find it nearly impossible to slip out of the ADX, built in 1994 and located in a remote mountainous desert region of the western US state.
Ramaphosa rebuked for misleading Parliament
Analysts said the damning report by the country's ombudswoman, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, could boost Ramaphosa's opponents within the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party, which is riven by in-fighting.
Trump says Johnson would do 'great job' as British PM
Johnson is tipped to replace Theresa May as prime minister next week, when the results of a postal ballot by the governing Conservative Party are revealed.
Swedish court extends US rapper ASAP Rocky's detention
Fans and fellow artists have campaigned on social media for the artist, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, to be freed since his arrest shortly after midnight on 3 July.
Huge blast rocks China gas plant, 'many injured': state media
The number of casualties was not immediately known following the blast in Henan province, but official news agency Xinhua said "many people" were injured at the site of the explosion.
New EU chief must piece together diverse top team
The former German defence minister will need all her political and diplomatic skill to knit together a commission from different countries and parties.
15 killed in dark day for Mumbai daily train commute
Some of the victims were hit while trying to cross the tracks illegally while others fell from packed trains on Thursday, police spokesman S.R. Gandhi said.