International News

3 weeks ago | September 23, 2018

Chelsea drop first points

CHELSEA dropped their first Premier League points after a frustrating London derby at West Ham. The visitors enjoyed 71% ...

Survivor found inside capsized Tanzania ferry; toll hits 209

A survivor has been found inside a capsized Tanzanian ferry two days after the disaster on Lake Victoria, an official ...

British PM Theresa May ‘planning snap election’

British Prime Minister Theresa May is planning an early general election in November to save her leadership and to ...

Rebels carry out deadly attack in Beni city

At least 16 people have been killed and eight others injured in a rebel attack in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s ...

AU calls for eSwatini to end ban on political parties

African Union election observers urged eSwatini on Saturday to lift a ban on political parties and allow candidates to ...

DRC vote could be a threat to Africa’s stability: Katumbi

Exiled Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) presidential aspirant Moïse Katumbi has given the clearest indication yet that ...

4 weeks ago | September 22, 2018

126 dead in Lake Victoria ferry disaster

The death toll in a ferry capsize in Lake Victoria climbed to 126 yesterday, as Tanzanian rescue workers pressed on with ...

4 weeks ago | September 21, 2018

Indian girl (19) unable to speak after rape ordeal

A 19-year-old student was abducted from a bus stop and then raped by up to 12 men for eight hours in the latest sexual ...

UK woman feeling unwell in Tenerife stunned to discover ‘dead ...

A British woman has reportedly been questioned by police on Tenerife after doctors found a dead tortoise inside her ...

4 weeks ago | September 18, 2018

UPDATED: SA court decriminalises dagga possession

The highest court in South Africa lived up to its name yesterday and upheld a Western Cape High Court decision that it ...

1 month ago | September 14, 2018

Egypt court suspends return of bearded police

An Egyptian court has suspended a ruling that allowed the return to work of policemen with beards which are usually ...

1 month ago | September 13, 2018

‘Rugby in dire straits’

RUGBY needs to have a plan in place over its future both on and off the pitch ahead of the 2019 World Cup if it is to ...

Hamilton energised by busy schedule

LEWIS HAMILTON insisted yesterday that he had been energised by racking up the air miles while his title rivals were ...

Mansour has put £1.3bn into City

SHEIKH MANSOUR bin Zayed al-Nahyan of the Abu Dhabi ruling family has spent more than £1.3bn directly investing into ...