The new trial of Pastor Timothy Omotoso from the Jesus Dominion International Church and two co-accused is continuing at a slow pace.
Business strategist, Tawanda Dube, says boards at state-owned enterprises (SOE) earmarked for curatorship will become irrelevant once the Chief Restructuring Officers (CRO) are appointed.
King Mohammed VI is preparing to mark 20 years on the throne of Morocco, a North African country seen as a regional island of stability but bedevilled by economic inequality.
Mexico's government said on Saturday it would help Honduras create 20 000 jobs this year and support its coffee farmers as the two countries seek to curb migration to the United States that has created tensions with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Kenyan Finance Minister Henry Rotich was arrested on Monday on suspicion of corruption related to the construction of two dams.
The family of a 34-year-old man accused of attempting to kill two homeless men at Muckluneck Park in Pretoria, has broken its silence.
Rahul Gandhi quit Wednesday as head of India's main opposition Congress party, taking the blame for a second-straight election humiliation by right-wing Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The European Parliament on Wednesday elected an Italian social democrat as its new president, filling the final top EU job a day after Brussels named two women to key posts for the first time.
Italy's unemployment rate dropped below the symbolic 10% threshold in May to 9.9%, provisional data from the national statistics agency showed Monday.
UN chief Antonio Guterres said climate-related devastation was striking the planet on a weekly basis and warned Sunday that urgent action must be taken to avoid a catastrophe.
Central banks grappling with fast-changing financial technology and companies like Facebook moving into finance will aim to work together more closely through an innovation hub approved on Sunday by the Bank for International Settlements.
With the signing of the EU-Vietnam free trade agreement on Sunday, Christmas has come early for holiday card-maker Dang Trong Trung who says business could double with duty-free access to European markets.
Leaders of the member states of the Economic Community of West African States, known as ECOWAS, formally agreed Saturday to name a planned common currency the "ECO".
A top Sudanese general warned Saturday that he will not tolerate any vandalism at a planned mass protest, even as army rulers insisted they would hand over power to a civilian administration.
The Inkatha Freedom Party’s KwaZulu-Natal conference is finally under way in Ulundi in the north of the province after being delayed for about six hours.
Four years after the landmark Paris deal, international consensus on strong action to tackle climate change risks crumbling, with the issue among the biggest sticking points at this week's G20 summit.
Ethiopia has released a recording of the state militia commander it says led a failed coup attempt last week in which dozens of people, including five top officials, were killed.
The 14th summit of the Group of 20 (G20) concluded in Osaka, Japan on Saturday.
India skipper Virat Kohli on Saturday unveiled the orange-and-dark-blue jersey that the team will wear in their World Cup match against England in Birmingham.
The government of Lesotho has issued a temporary reprieve to the troubled wool and Mohair farmers
Venezuela's socialist government says it has derailed a coup bid, claiming the United States, Colombia and Chile colluded in a plot to assassinate President Nicolas Maduro.
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu says dysfunctional municipalities will top the next cabinet meeting.
At least 36 artisanal miners were killed on Thursday when part of a copper and cobalt mine owned by Glencore collapsed in southeast Congo, the provincial governor said.
The City of Cape Town has allocated millions of rand to upgrade libraries in the city.
Britain on Thursday became the world's first major economy to adopt the tough new target of lowering fossil fuel emissions to a level of net zero by 2050.
France re-opened a revered but long-closed archaeological site in the heart of Jerusalem on Thursday, but a dispute over access immediately disrupted its reopening.
International Relations Director General Anil Sooklal says like most countries, South Africa has been severely affected by the ongoing trade tensions between China and the US.
Hosts of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, Egypt, confirmed their place in the knockout stages after a 2-0 win over the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Jeremy Hunt took aim at Boris Johnson's "do or die" pledge to take Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31, saying his rival in the race to become prime minister could destroy the Conservative government and stop Brexit from happening.
Limpopo police have issued a stern warning to illegal initiation school operators. Police spokesperson Moatshe Ngoepe says they've opened cases of culpable homicide after the deaths of three initiates.