Yasiin Bey, the hip-hop artist formerly known as Mos Def, has been arrested in South Africa for attempting to use a "world passport" — which doesn't exist.
Khuthi Makananise reportedly fabricated the story to ‘show people how bad it is to live in South Africa’
Bowlers will be in the spotlight as lively Wanderers wicket virtually guarantees result
New captain has a more typically South African attitude but in-form England remain favourites
They came to these shores to flee civil war, to escape censorship, to launch a fashion label, to advance scientific research… but while these immigrants to the UK are as diverse as their stories, one thing they share is that each will be making a big impact in 2016
Both at home and abroad, students from across the globe worked hard to bring about change
Qwabe insists: 'So called 'British institutions' were built on the colonial plunders of my resources, and on the labour of my people who were enslaved'
Oxford students tell former President: 'The more your bald patch grows, the more your moral conscience recedes'
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Despite niggling injury, South Africa’s rapid bowler – the best in the world – is confident he will be fit to put the frighteners up English batsmen, he tells Stephen Brenkley in Durban
The family had booked the trip two years in advance, yet were still told they could not board the flight
Families falling foul of draconian new rules that demand a full birth certificate for each child
ANC supporters believe comrades are entitled to plum jobs; they look to Zuma to reward them
The former South Africa opener and World Cup-winning coach has finally agreed to come on board to work with the Lions, but warns Richard Edwards how tough the tour of his homeland will be
It was only 996 jumps between the first and second time
Friend speaks of concerns for athlete as arrest warrant issued