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A giant laser image of Nelson Mandela has been projected onto Table Mountain in South Africa in an illuminated tribute to the late leader.

Fourth man sought in murder of British bride

The three suspects in the killing of a honeymooning tourist in South Africa will appear in court today amid continuing questions about what happened on the night she was hijacked with her British husband and later killed alone.

Taxi driver held over murder of newly-wed in South Africa

A third man appeared in court yesterday in a further twist in the case of a woman from Bristol who was murdered during her honeymoon in South Africa.

A week after honeymoon bride's murder, what can be the 'explosive revelation'?

South African police arrest third man - and hint that the crime was more than just a carjack

Second man held in Dewani murder

A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the murder of Anni Dewani in South Africa. Police Chief Bheki Cele made the announcement at a nationally televised news conference, a measure of the attention the murder of a foreigner has drawn in a country known for high rates of violent crime.

Album: Die Antwoord, $O$ (Polydor)

During the build-up to World Cup 2010, the deeply boring Parlotones were promoted as the public face of South African rock.

Test offers hope of tuberculosis breakthrough

A blood test that can tell doctors whether someone is likely to develop the active and dangerous form of tuberculosis has become a realistic possibility.

The Hedonist: Cape Town

By Pippa de Bruyn from <a href="http://www.hg2.com" target="new">Hg2</a> luxury city guides

South Africa's migrants fear fresh violence

Dozens of people were camped out among their own possessions on the highway out of Cape Town yesterday trying to hitchhike away from the threat of violence.

Figo critical of Ronaldo

Former Portugal star Luis Figo has criticised his compatriot and Real Madrid winger Cristiano Ronaldo after the nation crashed out of the World Cup finals on Tuesday evening.

Van Persie brings artistic touch as Dutch concentrate on winning with style

The Dutch do two things at World Cups – they fight among themselves and captivate the tournament with their football. But until their arrival in Cape Town on Friday they had done neither of those two.

Portugal v North Korea player ratings

Man-for-man marking from the Green Point Stadium

Smarmy Army! Is this the poshest World Cup ever?

Something has happened at the World Cup and it goes beyond goalkeeping errors. The England fan – that much-feared smirking lout best kept the opposite side of a riot shield – has been transformed. In South Africa, he is a gent and though he still orders pints, he is likely to be seen with a plate of tapas on the side.

Parks makes Pumas pay penalty for errors

Argentina 16 Scotland 24

The Shape of Him, By Gill Schierhout

Sara is the 48-year-old manageress of a boarding house in 1930s South Africa. Detached and jaded, she lives her life in the past, haunted by a love affair with a diamond-digger called Herbert Wakefield. During their relationship, Herbert is diagnosed with a degenerative brain disease and Sara cares for him in hosptial.

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