Pop superstar Madonna will make a guest appearance at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel next month, her representatives said on Monday.
Hailed as a breath of fresh air in a stuffy institution, Prince Harry's wife Meghan is set to test the limits of the British monarchy's desire to modernise when their first baby arrives this month.
Desperate Housewives star, Felicity Huffman and 13 other people have agreed to plead guilty to participating in what prosecutors call the largest college admissions scam uncovered in United States (US) history.
"Smallville" actress Allison Mack on Monday pleaded guilty to blackmailing two women as part of an alleged New York sex cult that prosecutors called a racketeering operation that carried out sex trafficking and other crimes.
DNA test shave shown that American Revolutionary War hero Casimir Pulaski was almost certainly intersex, a documentary to be broadcast on Monday will reveal.
A new Netflix series billed as the teenage "Breaking Bad" is inspired by a real-life German youth who ran an online drug empire from his bedroom, its creators told AFP.
Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote told a forum in Ivory Coast on Saturday how he once took $10 million in cash out of the bank just to look at it and get it into his head that it was real money.
Last May, millions across the world tuned in to watch Queen Elizabeth's grandson Prince Harry tie the knot with his American actress girlfriend Meghan Markle, with the media feting the couple as the epitome of glamour and royal modernity.
Productions about gay men in New York City, friendship after the September 11 attacks and love in Mississippi dominated Britain’s prestigious Olivier Awards for best theater on Sunday.
MalaMala is the oldest and most historical private game reserve in South Africa and the first to make the transition from hunting to photographic safaris.
A church in Mahikeng, North West has held a special prayer session for the May 8 poll. The event however was only attended by three political parties and IEC representatives.
Sunday marks World Health Day and the United Nations has called on governments around the globe to invest more in primary health care for mothers and babies.
With poems and speeches, Ethiopians have held an emotional farewell for murdered rapper Nipsey Hussle, whose roots in neighbouring Eritrea won him admirers in both countries.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger saidon Friday he was "on the mend" after undergoing surgery that caused postponement of the band's planned North American tour.
Convicted sex offender Bill Cosby on Friday settled a federal defamation lawsuit brought by seven women who said the former actor and comedian sexually assaulted them.
Smart Nation Concepts has developed a solar school bag for disadvantaged learners.
Amazon.com Inc Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos will retain voting control of his entire $143 billion stake in the company under a divorce settlement with his wife, MacKenzie Bezos, who will own 25% of those shares, the couple said on Thursday.
A unique collection of personal items of the late former foreign affairs minister, Pik Botha will on Saturday be auctioned in Pretoria.
Chicago will sue actor Jussie Smollett for the costs of police overtime spent investigating his claims that he was the victim of a hate crime, which prosecutors say were false, a city official said on Thursday.
Adidas has teamed up with singer Beyonce and will relaunch her Ivy Park brand, as it aims to attract more female consumers after rival Puma's deal with Rihanna helped boost sales.
South Africa will finally get the chance to see Eric Benet live in South Africa for one night only, at the Sun Arena, Time Square on 6th April 2019, where the show is aptly titled "Soulful Night with Eric Benét".
In the run-up to the country’s May 8th national and provincial elections, a handful of political parties are taking a musical approach to their campaigning - by releasing music albums.
Canadian singer The Weeknd has been sued by three British songwriters over allegations he copied their work to produce his hit “A Lonely Night,” according to U.S. court documents.
The Travel Indaba will this year showcase everything Africa has to offer to the world.
The Afrikaans community in Stellenbosch has welcomed the book, "The Rise and Demise of the Afrikaners”, written by author Hermann Giliomee.
Beauty might only be skin deep, but for those wondering how to keep that skin young, scientists may have found an answer in the form of a protein that encourages cell competition.
Freedom fighter Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu's home in Mamelodi, East of Pretoria, will soon be a National Heritage site.
A Polish priest apologised Wednesday for burning "magic" Harry Potter books, after his actions sparked a wave of protest and comparisons with totalitarian regimes and the Inquisition.
The three-day festival received more than 5,000 entries, of which organisers said they retained 3,694 submissions that met the required format.
The Clinical Director of the The Star Academy Jenna White says Autism it is a prevalent disorder. Speaking in an interview with SABC’s Full View White says it is caused by a genetic preposition and it is triggered by environmental factors