The widow of Alexander Litvinenko called for sanctions against Russia and a travel ban on President Vladimir Putin.
BB-8 droids and models of the Millennium Falcon helped generate sales of more than $700m in the United States last year.
Rwandan PM Paul Kagame replaces his South African counterpart Jacob Zuma on a panel discussion at WEF16.
The makers of the KitKat chocolate bar cannot register its four-finger design as a trademark, a High Court judge has ruled.
A homeless woman was offered accommodation in a Vatican institution after giving birth just outside St Peter's Square.
SA Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan tells Davos panel that the government is working to restore investor confidence.
After American Mos Def’s arrest for using a world passport in South Africa, IOL explores what a world passport is.
Pakistan pledges to find those responsible for the attack on Bacha Khan university as the nation mourns.
Amid growing calls for a boycott of this year's Academy Awards because of the failure to nominate a single non-white actor, ...
A teacher who tried to protect his students by opening fire on Taliban militants at a Pakistani university was hailed as a “martyr”.
Bulgarian police officers summarily return migrants and asylum seekers to Turkey, often after stealing their belongings, HRW said.
Thailand's criminal court jailed a man for six years for Facebook comments deemed to be an insult to the country's king.
The Afghan Taliban said they were searching for a man who cut off his wife's nose, condemning the attack as “un-Islamic”.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan spoke to Oliver Cann about South Africa’s economic challenges and the outlook for the year ahead.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says developing countries must be given the policy space to develop their own agenda.