Not even a masterful 79 by Kevin Pietersen could deny the Cape Cobras, who beat the Dolphins by seven wickets in Durban on Sunday.
Seabelo Senatla credits his "magical" Blitzbok teammates for much of his success in winning the Dubai Sevens title.
Turkish authorities have issued arrest warrants for four suspects following a fire that killed 12 people in a boarding school dormitory.
President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement has concluded a special conference by cementing his rule and shutting out his key rival.
The price of all grades of petrol will drop by 20 cents a litre from midnight on Tuesday.
In left-leaning King County, Kemper Freeman stands out for his support of Donald Trump, and donated $100 000 to Trump's campaign.
Indonesian rescuers have recovered body parts in the sea where a police plane with 13 people aboard is believed to have crashed.
No one should be surprised women are still held to a different standard, especially in the workplace.
Aussie skipper Steve Smith smashed 164, the highest ODI score at the Sydney Cricket Ground, to lead Australia to 324/8 against New Zealand.
One of the most notable trends in the Japanese job market is the increase in women in the health and welfare sector.
Tiger Woods sees daily progress in his return from a back injury layoff and hinted he is still chasing the record 18 majors.
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri insists he still has faith in Jamie Vardy despite his Premier League goal drought stretching to three months.
Eddie Jones insisted England were "hell-bent" on becoming the world's best side after ending a record-equalling year with a win over Australia.
English soccer club Chelsea issued a public apology to former striker Gary Johnson for the sexual abuse he suffered as a young player.
Man United boss Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo denied hiding millions of euros in offshore accounts in a effort to avoid the tax man.