England coach Eddie Jones is not in favour of how Rassie Erasmus influenced officials through his controversial video ‘stunt’.
Mitigating the emotional strain on his family was one of the reasons Rassie Erasmus opted to withdraw the appeal against his ban.
A 26-year-old man from South Africa was shot and killed in Jerusalem during an attack by the Palestinian Islamist movement, Hamas.
Due to an alleged IVF swap, a mother from the US breastfed and bonded with a child who was not her own and who ‘she was forced to give away’.
A Thai woman living in a high-rise building cut the support rope of painters that were hanging above the 30th floor. Local media reports say she did it because she was annoyed.
Prosecutors say a 28-year-old man could be linked to the deaths of at least 33 people who died after he sold them ‘suicide powder.’
A 37-year-old Danish citizen was arrested following a bow-and-arrow attack in Norway, which left five dead and two seriously injured on Wednesday night.
A rare toilet, which is more than 2700 years old and dates back to the Days of the First Temple, was discovered in Jerusalem. At the time, a toilet was considered one of the most luxurious items.
Fully vaxxed Brits will have to take three tests and quarantine for 10 days if they wish to travel to India – the same restrictions the UK will impose on Indian travellers from 4 October.
A man from Turkey was reported missing after he wandered into a forest while drunk before he joined a search party looking for himself.
With its picturesque mountains, forests, deserts and coastlines, it is no surprise that South Africa is among the top trending travel destinations on Travel TikTok.
A woman reportedly lost control of her Hilux bakkie while turning and the vehicle sped across seven lanes of traffic before crashing into a shop.
The Guinness World Records announced Umeno Sumiyama and Koume Kodama as the oldest identical female twins ever on ‘Respect for the Aged Day’, a national holiday in Japan.
New Zealand police said the murder would be “incredibly distressing” for Timaru residents as five boys from the town died last month.
Tons of explosives were used to blow up 15 buildings in a south-western Chinese province. It is reportedly the largest one-time demolition in the country.
All children aged between 12 and 15 years should be offered but not required to take vaccinations against coronavirus, the chief medical officers who advise the UK’s four governments, said on Monday.
The most important catch at a football match on Saturday took place off the field. Somehow, a cat made it into the stadium and fell from a great height.
A fire that broke out at Tangerang Prison on Wednesday killed 41 inmates. Two foreigners, including citizens of South Africa and Portugal, were among the deceased.
With his devil-may-care charm, Jean-Paul Belmondo, who has died aged 88, was the poster boy of the New Wave, France’s James Dean and Humphrey Bogart rolled into one irresistible man.
The United States is considered to be the richest country in the world. Here’s where South Africa fits in when looking at the world’s best economies.
A 43-year-old man sued his parents for destroying his porn collection while he lived with them for 10 months after going through a divorce.
It is said that the world’s ‘strongest beer’ should only be enjoyed in ‘small doses’, with a recommended measure of 35ml.
An Australian sheep farmer unable to attend his late aunt’s funeral because of travel restrictions in the country paid tribute to her with this breathtaking video.
The world’s fastest-accelerating rollercoaster, capable of hitting 180 km/h in 1.56 seconds, was closed by the Japanese government after several riders reported injuries.
San Lorenzo supporter, Pope Francis, was presented with a foosball table by a Tuscany-based club after an address in the Italian city.