Research shows that air pollution caused mainly by burning fossil fuels shortens life expectancy worldwide by more than two years.
Although she doesn’t blame the jury for siding with Johnny Depp, Amber Heard says the ‘hate and vitriol’ she suffered online was not ‘fair’.
Disney’s ‘Lightyear’, which contains a lesbian kiss, has been banned from UAE cinemas for violating their media content standards.
Robert Sobukwe, founder of the PAC, was once perceived to possess more revolutionary potential than Nelson Mandela.
People depending on social grants say they are struggling to make ends meet with their grant money and have to resort to loans.
The reverence afforded him by photographers in his orbit speaks volumes about his passion for photography, music and passing on knowledge.
Rebel Wilson says the Sydney Morning Herald put her in a ‘hard situation’ after fans accuse the newspaper of forcing Wilson to out herself.
The 75th Tony Awards saw wins for a play about the Lehman Brothers, a Michael Jackson biopic and a musical about a black and queer author.
A report said that Prince Charles has called the British government’s plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda ‘appalling’.
Art’s next big thing: Creating artworks with the help of AI is part of the new generative art movement. Humans create rules for computers.
McDonald’s restaurants in Russia have been renamed ‘Vkusno i tochka’ (‘Delicious. Full Stop’) after the fast food chain left the country.
Lewis Hamilton is doing well off the circuit after being made an honorary citizen of Brazil and is working on a film with Brad Pitt.
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken both shared an appreciation for Bob Marley at the summit
A rare model of Stradivarius violin, the most famous in the world was sold a at auction in for just below the record for such an object.
The American Film Institute has awarded Julie Andrews with a life achievement award. An accolade which Andrews didn’t think would come.
Drag queens dressed as Marilyn Monroe called for action on climate change out the Summit of the Americas in LA.
The Kabareh Cheikhats troupe resurrect the musical art of ‘Aita’, challenging gender stereotypes in the conservative Muslim-majority Morocco.
The 2023 Grammys will have new categories including best video game soundtrack and Songwriter of the Year.
Prince William spotted selling copies of the homeless magazine in London. The royal wore the magazine’s cap and jacket to lure buyers.
‘Sesasedi sa Tsodio’ explores the sociopolitical contexts of one of kwaito’s biggest songs, honouring music as an archive of migrant culture.
English has failed often as the main language of court in proceedings – this impacts testimony and must be addressed.
Portuguese-born, British artist Paula Rego has passed away in London aged 87. Rego’s is regarded as ‘the most international of artists’.
Foo Fighters will play a pair of tribute shows in honour of their late drummer Taylor Hawkins this September in London.
Malian Yambo Ouologuem, once a huge star of African literature whose career imploded in scandal after he was accused of plagiarism.
Uber and the UN’s World Food Programme are coming together to deliver aid to people in urban areas of war-torn Ukraine.