French prosecutor recommends dropping probe of 1994 Rwanda president killing
The probe, opened in France in 1998 following demands by relatives of the French crew who died when Habyarimana’s plane was downed, has led to major tensions between France and Rwanda over the past two decades.
Nicole Kidman radically transforms for drama 'Destroyer'
The Oscar winner swaps her blonde locks for a short bob and rugged style to play Erin Bell, a detective whose past continues to haunt her years after infiltrating a criminal gang.
Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle is pregnant, Kensington Palace says
The couple married in May and are currently in Australia on their first overseas tour.
Steinhoff asks creditors for restructuring extension
An accounting scandal wiped more than 90% off Steinhoff’s market value and forced it to sell assets to generate working capital.
Nedbank to buy back shares from minority shareholders
Odd-lot holders are shareholders who hold less than 100 Nedbank shares, estimated to be 1.5% of its ordinary shares in issue.
Rand firmer, stocks down in early trade
The rand firmed against the dollar in early trade on Monday as markets digested news that ratings agency Moody’s opted to hold off publishing a review of the country’s debt on Friday, 12 October, as planned.
Vunipola brothers both injured in Saracens' win
Brothers Billy and Mako Vunipola both went off injured in Saracens’ 13-3 Champions Cup victory over Glasgow on Sunday, putting their participation in England’s Autumn internationals in doubt.
Bumper All Blacks squad all part of World Cup planning
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has made no secret of the way he prepares for the Rugby World Cup and the selection of 19 additional players to join his squad ahead of their test against Japan next month is the continuation of a long-standing policy.
Spain coach Luis Enrique heaps praise on opposite number Southgate
Spain coach Luis Enrique declared himself an admirer of England manager Gareth Southgate ahead of the two sides’ meeting on Monday in the UEFA Nations League, saying that he even studies his counterpart’s news conferences.
Congolese migrants flood home, Angola denies claims of brutal crackdown
Congolese migrants and officials said dozens of people were killed this month in neighbouring Angola in a crackdown on artisanal diamond mining, an accusation Angolan security forces strongly denied.
Trump says he is 'comfortable' as president despite political battles
During an interview, Trump would not say whether he intended to return to the contentious policy of separating immigrant children from their families at the border, but gave no ground on what he saw as the need for tough policy.
Indian minister denies allegations of sexual misconduct
Many journalists have called for Indian minister MJ Akbar to be sacked and have threatened to boycott events he is attending until he resigns.
Australia were ‘too aggressive’, says England’s Anderson
England have often been on the rough end of Australian aggression, an approach which culminated in three players being banned following the ball-tampering scandal in SA.
Ten-wicket Umesh flays Windies as India complete 2-0 sweep
The tourists got off to a nightmarish start with opener Kraigg Brathwaite and Kieran Powell both departing for ducks.
US wants ‘regime change’ in Iran, says Hassan Rouhani
Tensions have increased between Iran and America after President Donald Trump withdrew from a multilateral agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme in May.
Former minister urges May to change course on Brexit
With less than six months before Brexit day, former Brexit minister David Davis pressed British PM Theresa May to abandon her proposal for leaving the European Union.
‘Beautiful Boy’ tackles family’s battle with drug addiction
The tough and at times tear-jerking film sees Steve Carell’s character struggle to come to terms with the problem.
Hopes fade for more survivors of Hurricane Michael
Search and rescue volunteers have already located hundreds of people reported missing last week.