It is the second time Archbishop Tutu’s home has been raided in less than four months
The rapper closed his Magna Carter set with a tribute to the late politician
In front of leaders from around the world, South Africa’s current President was derided as Nelson Mandela was honoured
Obama’s handshake with Castro may initiate a thaw in their countries’ relations; no detente was in sight for Hollande and Sarkozy, however
The former Pussycat Doll apparently met with the late South African president’s daughters at the Mandarin Hotel in London, where they are said to have discussed the potential appearance
Nelson Mandela was courageous to fight against oppression in apartheid South Africa and should not have been labelled “a terrorist”, the Archbishop of Canterbury said at a service of thanksgiving for his life on Sunday.
In Johannesburg’s townships, citizens lament the betrayal of their former leader’s legacy
Millions of South Africans unite in a day of remembrance
The former president of South Africa made a memorable appearance at the last World Cup
The tribute will also be replicated at every Football League match while rugby side Saracens will wear black armbands in their Heineken Cup match at Zebre
South African president Jacob Zuma confirmed the news in a statement saying the nation 'had lost its greatest son'
Not once in the long years on Robben Island did he bend to the will of his captors
Stuart Lancaster faces the most delicate motivational task of his international career as England seek to strengthen their credentials as potential winners of the home World Cup in 2015 by beating New Zealand, the reigning champions, at Twickenham this weekend. The All Blacks are treating the match as a revenge mission following their record defeat in London a year ago, while Lancaster’s men see it as a rite of passage.
The world is in a terrible mess. Global warming is causing irreversible damage to the environment, poverty and greed is stifling progress and corruption is rife. The solution? It’s time to hand over the reigns to the next generation.
Commercial seemed to suggest that receiving news that your child is gay was comparable to receiving a bullet to the heart
Former South African president will continue to receive intensive care at his home in Johannesburg