`Poo protest` topples British imperialist in South Africa

A bucketload of human excrement flung at a statue has toppled a symbol of British imperialism in South Africa, marking the emergence of a new generation of black protest against white oppression.

Top courts of BRICS countries to expand judicial cooperation

Top judges of BRICS countries on Saturday held their first meeting and called for equitable governance and inclusive growth while asking emerging economies to expand cooperation for sharing experience on judicial reforms.

Cricket World Cup: The 'God' knew it, Tendulkar prediction on semis spot on
Cricket World Cup: The 'God' knew it, Tendulkar prediction on semis spot on

He isn't called the 'God of cricket' for nothing and Sachin Tendulkar lived up to the title by accurately predicting the cricket World Cup semifinalists.

Sushma Swaraj visit to Tanzania, South Africa postponed

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has postponed her March 28-31 visit to Tanzania and South Africa as the 8th IBSA Trilateral Ministerial Commission scheduled to be held in Johannesburg has been re-scheduled.

US diplomat for Africa will observe Nigeria elections

 The top US diplomat for Africa will travel to Nigeria to observe presidential elections, the State Department said Thursday, an unusual move for Washington that is closely monitoring the country`s Islamist crisis.

Michael Clarke warns Kiwis of MCG factor in World Cup final
Michael Clarke warns Kiwis of MCG factor in World Cup final

Skipper Michael Clarke says Australia`s experience playing at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will be a major factor in Sunday`s World Cup final against New Zealand.

Church of England to have first bishop couple

The Church of England will have its first husband-and-wife team of bishops after appointing Alison White its second female bishop.

No choke this time: South Africa goes easy on cricket team
No choke this time: South Africa goes easy on cricket team

Led by unexpected praise from the nation's outspoken sports minister, South Africa went easy on its cricket team after another painful loss at the World Cup.

World Cup 2015: South Africa`s comedy of errors is no laughing matter
World Cup 2015: South Africa`s comedy of errors is no laughing matter

Another World Cup semi-final but another failure to get to the final has left many South Africa fans questioning what their side must do to reach one-day international cricket`s showpiece match.

ICC World Cup 2015: Balance and composure the keys to New Zealand progress
ICC World Cup 2015: Balance and composure the keys to New Zealand progress

The calm, assured manner in which New Zealand chased down South Africa`s imposing total on Tuesday to advance to their first cricket World Cup final is a hallmark of a team that has developed into a cohesive unit over the last two years.

ICC Cricket World Cup: Look what Aamir Khan has to say about New Zealand
ICC Cricket World Cup: Look what Aamir Khan has to say about New Zealand

The semi-final match between New Zealand and South Africa, will make to the books of cricket history, for being one of the most thrilling matches, loves of the sports would have ever witnessed.

South Africa need to solve fifth bowler riddle
South Africa need to solve fifth bowler riddle

South Africa leave the World Cup ruing how close they came to reaching the final for the first time but will also know they never quite found the right balance in their side to go all the way.

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Brendon McCulllum savours the experience of lifetime
Brendon McCulllum savours the experience of lifetime

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum savoured the experience of a lifetime as his team celebrated an epic cricket World Cup semi-final victory over South Africa at Eden Park on Tuesday.

ICC World Cup: Three key errors that made South Africa suffer
ICC World Cup: Three key errors that made South Africa suffer

South Africa suffered yet more World Cup semi-final misery as they lost by four wickets to New Zealand in a thrilling clash at Auckland`s Eden Park on Tuesday.

ICC Cricket World Cup: South Africa did not choke, says Kevin Pietersen
ICC Cricket World Cup: South Africa did not choke, says Kevin Pietersen

A masterful piece of batting from Grant Elliott saw off a valiant South African side who crashed out of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Elliott helped New Zealand win the semi-final encounter at Eden Park in Auckland on Tuesday.

Indian-origin author attacked for praising Salman Rushdie

An Indian-origin author in South Africa has paid the price for praising controversial writer Salman Rushdie.

Posthumous Nelson Mandela memoir to be published in 2016

A posthumous memoir by Nelson Mandela, recounting his time as South Africa's first democratically elected president, is scheduled to be published around the world next year.

Acid test for Brendon McCullum, AB de Villiers in 1st World Cup semi-final clash
Acid test for Brendon McCullum, AB de Villiers in 1st World Cup semi-final clash

New Zealand and South Africa are all set for the much anticipated 1st semi-final clash of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, which is scheduled to take place in Auckland on Tuesday.

Indian-origin author assaulted in South Africa

An Indian-origin author in South Africa has been brutally assaulted and verbally abused after she praised controversial writer Salman Rushdie whose work has angered Muslims around the world.