We chatted to Mistress Paige, a professional dominatrix, at the Sexpo. She tells us about the games she likes to play - her definition differs somewhat to ours.
" alt="" />We talk to Ice T and Coco and learn how gaming is good for a relationship, and the dos and don'ts for gamers to behave with the ladies.
Fans everywhere have until 1800 BST on September 29 to apply for tickets to Rugby World Cup 2015 through the General Sale.
" alt="" />We chatted to Vicki Chase at the Sexpo. The pornographic actress tells what games she enjoys playing as well as offers some advice to guys in their pursuit of ladies.
‘Jersey Shore' actress Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi has given birth to a baby girl.
South Africa's currency tested fresh eight month lows against the dollar as the already rampant US currency received a further boost from upbeat GDP numbers.
South African stocks eked out gains, snapping a four-day losing streak.
This comes more than 10 days after large parts of Gauteng were hit by water cuts.
Three girls, aged between 6 and 8, died at a local clinic after falling ill at a Gauteng primary school.
Pakistan women now have a team to call their own - thanks to Get into Rugby
There is still no record of the First Ladys thesis on the University of Zimbabwes website.
We take a look at volume leaders among miners and juniors on the TSX and TSX-V at about 12:15 PM (EST).
Also: "Dont buy the market. Buy individual stocks." So says Rick Rule of Sprott Global.
More than R80 million in tenders were written off by the Sundays River Valley Local Municipality.
Opposition councillors are outraged R30 million will be spent on upgrading the old building.
Before this week, the five-time major champion had been on the losing side seven times in nine Cups.
Zimbabwe-born Liam Middleton has been appointed as the new head coach of Canada Sevens
France complete one of the most dramatic comebacks in the history of the Rugby World Cup against New Zealand in 1999.
For a glimpse of power in action, it's hard to beat the fines the US Justice Department threatened to level against Yahoo.
Spain raised its growth forecast for this year and next and said unemployment would ease by two percentage points in 2015.
Four years after a messy descent into emergency funding to stave off bankruptcy, Greece's government is trying to pull the plug on a deeply unpopular bailout programme to secure its own survival.
BlackBerry has reported it narrowed its loss in the latest quarter, and expressed optimism that its major restructuring and new business-friendly devices would help fuel a turnaround.
A US court has ordered Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to answer allegations that he failed to stop anti-Muslim rioting.
Britain's financial regulator has intensified talks with six major banks over allegations of collusion and manipulation in the foreign exchange market.
The two-time Oscar winner reunites with Antoine Fuqua, his director from 'Training Day'.
ROfficials say the United States will not hesitate to act against those obstructing peace.
The coach and club have been found guilty of making comments which brought the PSL into disrepute.
Ghana's fiscal deficit will end the year at 9.75 percent of gross domestic product, missing a government projection of 8.
South Africa has signed an agreement to provide Cuba with R350 million in economic assistance, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said.
The huge fall in Chinese net gold imports via Hong Kong is perhaps more of an indicator of significantly increasing, but unreported, imports through other ports of entry.
Adultery is no longer a legal basis for claiming compensation for harm, according to a Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) ruling this week.
The US economy grew at its fastest pace in 2-1/2 years in the second quarter with all sectors contributing to the jump in output in a bullish signal for the remainder of the year.
US stocks opened higher, rallying after losses following a strong earnings report from Dow member Nike and solid data on second-quarter economic growth.
DA Parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane led a walkout of opposition MPs on Friday.
John Chen moved rapidly to cut costs, sell certain assets and strengthen the company's balance sheet.
Apple Inc said the vast majority of Mac computer users are not at risk from the recently identified "Shellshock" computer bug.
Opposition parties say they will not be part of a process that shields President Jacob Zuma from liability for abuse of state funds.
Intel will pay up to $1.5 billion for a 20 percent stake in a Chinese venture that will design and make Intel-branded chips for mobile phones and other electronics.
" alt="" />We sent a crew to Sexpo to find out what games the porn stars and people in the industry play.
Arsenal have only lost six times to Tottenham Hotspur in 43 matches since the manager took charge.
The ICDX has set a rule forcing all members to ship tin ingots on vessels that are not transporting other forms of the metal.
BlackBerry on Friday reported it narrowed its loss in the latest quarter, and expressed optimism that its major restructuring and new business-friendly devices would help fuel a turnaround.
Even though she is 69-years-old, Dame Helen Mirren has a body that would make 30-somethings, nay, 20-somethings jealous.
It was clear from the outset that opposition parties had not meant to participate in good faith in Parliament's ad hoc committee on Nkandla, ANC Deputy Chief Whip Doris Dlakude said on Friday.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have been spotted all over the French capital, going in and out of hotels and attending Paris fashion week.
South Africa has signed an agreement to provide Cuba with R350 million in economic assistance, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on Friday.
The price of octane 93 petrol will increase by two cents a litre next week and octane 95 petrol will decrease by five cents, the energy department said on Friday.
The North West University's Potchefstroom campus is still rooted in apartheid ideas, Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said on Friday.