An Indian guru accused of rape is one of the country’s most revered holy leaders, and there are fears that his court appearance today could wreak havoc.
Ever had the desire to pop a hood over your head and beat yourself to the point of bleeding? Nah, me neither, but every seven years this town comes to life.
As hate crimes surge, it appears that those who follow non-Christian faiths are the target of discrimination. British Jews are having a rough time of it.
Switzerland is not all rolling hills and singing lasses called Heidi who herd goats. One hotel has come under serious fire for a few of their signs.
While there are prophets, gurus, and spiritual leaders, there are also a few peeps who believe they are the second coming. Check these chaps out.
Sporting a beard and a surprisingly upbeat attitude, Stephen McGown shared what it was like to be held captive by terrorists in the Sahara desert.
They say beauty is only skin deep, but Muna Jama is a walking, talking rebuke of that. She refused to show too much flesh in the Miss Universe GB competition.
Performing at a local festival aimed at putting Islam in a good light, comedian Joey Rasdien went a little too far and was booed off stage.
Pope Francis isn’t exactly your run-of-the-mill pope, and has shown himself to have a decent sense of humour. Cue his hotel suite sign.
It’s the rarest passport in the world and allows access to over 100 countries, although the Guptas will find it harder to come by than a Green Mamba.
One of the three suspects from this weekend’s London Bridge incident was featured on a jihadist documentary last year, and people are wondering why nothing was done.
A number of terrorist attacks have been carried out in the UK since 2005, and not all have been linked to Islamic extremists.
When Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali back in 1964, it was a pretty big deal. Much has been written about why he made that shift, but how about this letter?
The Pope is no stranger to the meet and greet, but you can bet there are political photo ops he has enjoyed more than what went down this week.
On Saturday, Angus Buchan called for a Christian government. He said he wanted to bring “normality to this beloved nation”. What exactly does this Billy Graham-inspired evangelist mean?
You might not have heard about the massive prayer meeting that took place in Bloem over the weekend, but the numbers it drew are unbelievable.
Much like every single seven-day period of Donald Trump’s presidency, it’s been one hell of a week. Enter Sean Spicer to put the cherry on top.
Here’s one story that’s sure to rub some peeps the wrong way and start a fight or two. Hey Siri, what’s the secret to eternal happiness?
We know that tensions are boiling over at universities across the country, but over at Wits it appears anti-Semitism is back with a bang.
It’s rough when the headlines are grabbed by the likes of Donald Trump and Jacob Zuma, but less so when you see these two in action.
The reports of offensive costumes are already coming in and it’s not even Halloween yet. I wonder what we will get when the event actually rolls around.
When you start making a movie about Scientology you know the church is going to react, but things became rather strange for Louis Theroux.
While discussing why women wear burkas, things got very heated during a live television broadcast – so much so shoes were taken off and used as weapons.
It’s been a pretty crummy few weeks for Steven Anderson, who’s learning that hateful bigotry doesn’t sit well with us southerners. He has one huge fan, though.
Thanks but no thanks, said Home Affairs and the people of South Africa. Of course Steven Anderson was going to try and have the last word.
Steven Anderson’s rants have been plastered all over local media in anticipation of his arrival, but now that he’s been banned he’s throwing a hissy fit.