President Faustin Archange Touadéra of the Central African Republic called for a constitutional referendum Tuesday that would allow him to seek a third term in office. This call was quickly followed b
A man was arrested in South Africa for superimposing President Cyril Ramaphosa's face onto pornographic images. He also used the faces of the country's police minister and his wife.
A group of young South Africans living in the UK have signed up for a marathon and plan to raise funds for education back home. London, United Kingdom (02
Actor James Van Der Beek criticized Democrats on Memorial Day for the party's decision to not sponsor debates for their election primaries.The 46-year-old, who has starred in shows such as "Dawson's Creek" and "How I Met Your Mother," posted a viral TikTok video lambasting Democratic office holders for not sponsoring any debates and disrespecting those who are "willing to die to preserve democracy.""This is not a democracy by the people," Van Der Beek began. "This is a democracy by them. For...
Myers has guided the Warriors to four NBA titles since joining the team in 2011. With his contract expiring this summer, he is stepping away from the team.
As life gets more expensive in South Africa, people are looking at alternative ways of living; we meet a couple that is doing vanlife in South Africa, and sharing the
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) — More than 300 firefighters from the United States and South Africa are heading to Canada in the coming days as the country battles an unprecedented wildfire season. Federal officials say at least 100 U.S. firefighters will be arriving in Nova Scotia over the weekend to help knock down out-of-control wildfires
Myers's exit ends a tenure that produced six trips to the NBA Finals, four
President Faustin Archange Touadera of the Central African Republic said Tuesday that he would call a referendum on a new constitution that would allow him to seek a new term.
The old man has given us yet another example of the fact that he is long past his sell-by date as a front man for the people who are really running things.
By DUSAN STOJANOVIC Associated Press BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Thousands of people have rallied for a fifth time in a month after two mass shootings in Serbia that shook the nation, even as the country’s populist president rejected any responsibility and ignored their demands to step down. The crowd, chanting slogans against President Aleksandar Vucic,
Thousands of people rallied in Serbia’s capital on Saturday for a fifth time in a month, following two mass shootings that shook the nation, even as the country’s populist president rejected any responsibility for the crisis and ignored the protesters’ demands to step down.