Harry and Meghan embark on new life in Los Angeles
The pair, who formally stepped down as senior members of the British royal family this week, have reportedly already relocated to sunny California.
Kenya president sorry for coronavirus cop violence
A 13-year-old boy died in the capital Nairobi on Monday after being shot while standing on his balcony as police forced people into their homes on the street below.
China reports 1,300 asymptomatic virus cases after public concern
Of 36 new cases reported on Wednesday, 35 were imported from abroad.
UK govt promises more virus tests as criticism grows
Housing Minister Robert Jenrick told Sky TV that it was targeting 25,000 daily tests by "mid-April", after the latest figures revealed the UK death toll was almost 1,800.
New Zealand Rugby slashes salaries, fears huge losses
NZR chief executive Mark Robinson said under a worst case scenario Super Rugby teams and the All Blacks would not be able to take the field this year.
Beijing 2022 Olympics face 'special situation' after Tokyo delay
The Tokyo Olympics are now scheduled to run from July 23 to August 8, 2021 after they were put back a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus the worst global crisis since WW II, says UN chief
Guterres said that the scale of the crisis was due to 'a disease that represents a threat to everybody in the world and... an economic impact that will bring a recession that probably has no parallel in the recent past.'
Jordan NBA documentary finished early for April debut
The documentary will be available outside the United States on Netflix on five consecutive Mondays starting 20 April, in each case one day later than its US premiere on ESPN.
Five things we still don't know about the coronavirus
Here are five key questions that remain unanswered about the virus officially known as SARS-CoV-2 that leads to COVID-19.
UK reports record 381 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours
The patients were aged between 19 and 98, and all but 28 had underlying health conditions, NHS England said in a statement.
UPDATE: COVID-19 deaths at 5, cases at 1,353 in SA
Minister Zweli Mkhize addressed the media in Durban, saying the spread of the virus was not as rapid as expected.
In an African forest, a fight to save the endangered pangolin
Their target is the long-tailed pangolin -- a little mammal also called the scaly anteater, which will be lucky to survive to the end of this century.
Russia's top coronavirus doctor who met Putin tests positive
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov swiftly told Russian news agencies that Vladimir Putin took regular tests and there was no reason to worry about his health.
Water crisis could sabotage Zimbabwe's coronavirus lockdown
The water-short southern African country is starting to enforce a 21-day lockdown to try contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
This is where handwashing at home is always not an option
Access to basic handwashing facilities (soap and water) at home in developing countries, surveyed by the WHO and Unicef.
South Africa sets deadlines for tours
South Africa are due to tour Sri Lanka in early June for three one-day internationals and three Twenty20 internationals.
From winners to worriers: isolated athletes face mental health risks
While some housebound athletes have posted upbeat videos of themselves training or attempting internet challenges such as juggling toilet rolls, the stress caused by the extreme adjustment and uncertain future looks likely to take its toll.
Scenarios for a potential return of the Premier League
The Premier League campaign has been postponed until at least April 30 because of the pandemic, but the chances of a return in May look bleak.