Ferguson congratulates old rival Dalglish on Liverpool's title win
Liverpool won the title after second-placed Manchester City were beaten 2-1 by Chelsea on Thursday, leaving the new champions with an unassailable 23-point lead with seven games left.
L'Oreal to drop words such as 'whitening' from skin products
Unilever and L’Oreal are two big players in the global market for skin whitening creams used in many Asian, African and Caribbean countries where fair skin is often considered desirable.
Margot Robbie to star in female-centric 'Pirates of the Caribbean'
Robbie, the star of 'Suicide Squad' and 'I, Tonya,' is to head a female-driven “Pirates” movie which is in the early stages of development, a source with knowledge of the project said on Friday.
Liverpool's history not a burden anymore, says Klopp
The Anfield club, who dominated English soccer in the 1970s and 1980s, last won the old First Division title in 1990, but have finished as runners-up five times since.
Swiss prosecutors widen FIFA probe to former UEFA president Platini
Swiss prosecutors have been probing Blatter over accusations he arranged a payment of two million Swiss francs from FIFA to then UEFA president Platini in February 2011.
Hamilton condemns Ecclestone's 'ignorant' racism comments
Ecclestone had earlier told CNN in an interview that “in lots of cases, Black people are more racist than what white people are.”
Justin Bieber files $20 million defamation lawsuit over sexual misconduct claims
The lawsuit said the accusations by the two women were 'outrageous, fabricated lies' and seeks a jury trial and $20 million in damages.
Some lessons learned as world approaches 10 million coronavirus cases
While there is still no simple answer to that question, a lot has changed in the six months since an entirely new coronavirus began sweeping the globe.
Rand weakens, markets down as virus worries persist
At 1500 GMT, the rand traded at 17.3300 per dollar, 1.11% weaker than its previous close.
Dixie Chicks drop Dixie from name; country group tries to 'meet the moment'
The word 'Dixie' is associated with the US southern states where chattel slavery was legal and which seceded from the union and fought as the Confederate States of America during the Civil War.
Next year's Africa Cup of Nations finals could be postponed
CAF’s executive committee will meet in an online conference on Tuesday to decide what to do, and also set out a possible process for completing this season’s two continental club competitions.
All Blacks coach open to cross-code Kangaroos clash
The All Blacks and Kangaroos are among the most successful international teams in any sport, dominating their respective codes for much of the past three decades.
Ex-Scotland forward Strauss leaves Bulls after pay cut
Cape Town-born Strauss captained the Lions in Super Rugby before moving to Glasgow Warriors in 2012.
Coric still without symptoms after COVID-19 infection
Djokovic, Coric, Grigor Dimitrov and Viktor Troicki all tested positive for COVID-19 after playing in the event in Serbia and Croatia, which drew big crowds and saw the players pose for pictures together.
Malawi's opposition appears to win presidential election re-run
A win for Lazarus Chakwera would be a dramatic reversal of last year’s discredited result handing the presidency back to the incumbent, who has been in power since 2014.
Bournemouth raises alarm as crowds ignore COVID-19 advice & flock to the coast
Social distancing measures have been in place in Britain since March to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, although the rules are due to be significantly relaxed from 4 July.
Moody's says South Africa unlikely to stabilise debt by 2023
The Treasury on Wednesday presented a supplementary budget in response to the coronavirus crisis that projected a wider budget deficit, while public debt was estimated to be more than three-quarters of gross domestic product in the medium term.
Rand little changed amid rising virus cases
The rand had regained ground after the budget speech, which forecast ballooning debt and a higher government deficit, as well as fading hopes globally of a quick economic recovery.