: South Africa (25) | We prayed and God saved us - Vaal tornado survivors

The only thing that kept the Nkuthas and Mtshalis alive after a tornado swept through Mamello, leaving more than a thousand people homeless, was faith. | Alabama Democrat in shock Senate win over Trump-backed Republican Roy Moore

Democrat Doug Jones has scored a stunning upset victory in a fiercely contested US Senate race in conservative Alabama, defeating President Donald Trump's chosen candidate who failed to overcome damaging accusations of sexual misconduct. | Australia throw hat in for RWC 2027

Australia will bid to host the 2021 women's and 2027 men's Rugby World Cups, Rugby Australia announced. | PICS: Princes William and Harry join Stormtroopers at London's Last Jedi premiere

Prince William and Prince Harry joined the cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the film's European premiere. | Vaal tornado leaves more than 1 000 homeless

The tornado that ripped through the Vaal Marina has left more than a thousand people homeless. | Midrand strikers may be getting jobs back after 23 years

Nearly 24 years down the line, a number of former Midrand municipal workers who were controversially sacked after a strike in 1994, may be getting their jobs back as both general workers and drivers. | Stormers secure services of Bulls duo

The Stormers have secured the services of two promising youngsters from the Bulls. | Dispossessed Salem community has rights to land – ConCourt

The Constitutional Court has ruled a black community holds a right to certain portions of the Salem Commonage in the Eastern Cape and was dispossessed of the land due to past racially discriminatory practices. | The future lies with us, the people - not the ANC

If Cyril Ramaphosa does become president, we would have to apply as much pressure on him and his administration as we had piled on Jacob Zuma the last few years, writes Max du Preez. | Conference will go ahead, despite court challenge - Free State ANC

The ANC in the Free State has dismissed the threat of yet another court battle over the legitimacy of its provincial congress, and says it will push on with its second day of conference. | Police make arrest after Times Square area explosion - reports

The New York Police Department is responding to a report of an explosion near Times Square. | No start for ANC Free State conference

The ANC in the Free State is yet to start its much anticipated provincial congress. | Bathabile Dlamini lashes out at Ramaphosa over Khwezi comments

ANC Women's League chairperson Bathabile Dlamini hit out at Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday in Durban saying the presidential hopeful had skeletons in his closet. | REVEALED: Grace, Mnangagwa bust-up was over plans to honour Bob - spokesperson

Robert Mugabe's former spokesperson has told a private newspaper in Zimbabwe that relations between Grace Mugabe and then vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa broke down irreparably over plans to honour his 93-year-old ex-boss. | Evicted white Zim farmer 'was victim of racial discrimination, greed and abuse of power'

Zimbabwe's new government has ordered that land confiscated from a white farmer to give to an ally of former president Robert Mugabe must be returned. | We prioritise our frequent flyers, but 'racism' incident could have been handled better - BA

Passenger loyalty is at the centre of a recent racism incident on board a British Airways flight operated by Comair, involving popular duo Black Motion. | 'Just another money-making scheme' - Readers respond to new 'CAA' licence plates

'I like the idea', 'Just another method of squeezing more blood', 'What happens to those with custom plates?'... readers respond to new 'CAA' licence plates for Cape Town. | 2019 RWC boss tips Japan to shine

A fairy tale run to the 2019 RWC quarter-finals by hosts Japan would give a massive lift to the tournament, the country's organising chief says. | Special commemorative sitting for retiring ConCourt judge

Justice Bess Nkabinde is to be honoured by the Constitutional Court for her 12 years of service. | Time names sexual abuse 'Silence Breakers' as Person of the Year

Time magazine named Wednesday "The Silence Breakers" who revealed the pervasiveness of sexual harassment and assault across various industries that triggered a national reckoning in the United States as Person of the Year. | Police go after News24 journalist and Jacques Pauw

Police are looking into investigative journalists Jacques Pauw and Pieter-Louis Myburgh, who have both written about alleged corrupt relationships involving President Jacob Zuma. | Aussies crush England's comeback hopes

Australia have won the inaugural day-night Ashes Test to take a 2-0 lead in the 5-match series against England. | Schumacher 'would love' to attend F1 hall of fame - lawyer

Figures close to Michael Schumacher say the F1 legend was missed at the launch of the FIA's hall of fame. The seven time world champion was among those inducted. | MKRSA's Louzel: We loved sharing our family's food heritage

Mother daughter duo Louzel and Lani were the latest pair to be eliminated in the semi-final rounds of My Kitchen Rules SA. | 'Owners should know what they're buying' - AA speaks on cheaper car parts in SA

'Just because car parts are cheap, doesn't mean they're inferior,' says the Automobile Association as it responds to he hotly debated code of conduct for the SA car industry.