Architects and restorers are working to save old buildings
Emma Raducanu, the British 18-year-old who has changed the landscape of world tennis, has a Chinese mother and a Romanian father
Zimbabwe’s biggest labour union has taken the state and several firms to court for insisting that employees be vaccinated against Covid before reporting for ...
Mozambique’s biggest corruption trial begins this week
The Nokia 9000 Communicator, referred to as ‘the office in your back pocket’, was a smartphone even before the term was invented. It was launched in August 1996
Football maestro Lionel Messi’s decision to leave Barcelona may, ironically, be the best thing that’s happened at the Spanish club
This week it was revealed that he had assets of R46m. Even if he had saved every cent of his R1m-plus a year salary from when he became an MP in 1999, he ...
Prince Harry, not known for his literary abilities, has struck a publishing deal that would make even blockbuster authors envious
The government of Tanzania will review a new levy imposed on mobile money following a public outcry
US regulators have added a new warning to Johnson & Johnson’s Covid vaccine about links to a rare and dangerous neurological reaction called Guillain-Barré ...
Rwanda has plans to deploy troops to help Mozambique fight an insurgency in its northern Cabo Delgado province
Raees and Ameer Cajee, the founders of Africrypt, have skipped the country
Four of SA’s neighbours are considering breaking away from the UN Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species to set up a parallel organisation to ...
Scientists say they have finally sequenced the full human genome, which is made up of nearly 3.06-billion letters
Chinese lawmakers plan to pass legislation this week to retaliate for sanctions imposed by Western governments on Chinese companies and officials.
Married couples in China will for the first time be allowed to have three children, up from two
SA is among 19 countries thought to be most at risk of running out of oxygen as surging Covid cases push supplies to the limit, says a report