The ban has been in place for seven years
'I can no longer exercise my priestly ministry in South Africa,' says Desmond Tutu's daughter, Mpho Tutu-Van Furth
Three restrained Shiraz for warmer weather
Mandela and the African National Congress were perfect examples of the Agency's anti-Communist fixation
'I still have to meet a black girl who was not raped at about 12. I am dead serious,' writes Mabel Jansen
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'What made me cry was the fact that someone could be so rude without understanding somebody else's circumstances'
University's response that 'Oxford is a place where non-violent speech can be expressed' is criticised by signatories
Singita's guests pay a premium not only for the luxurious ambience but to ensure the local wildlife is protected and community supported
Mr Zuma has made the task of recovery as urgent as it is difficult
Latest scandal stems from claims that three Indian billionaire brothers have been influncing Mr Zuma's decisions for almost a decade
One Independent reader cancelled their Nationwide credit card but started to receive default notices
The nation was once the world’s biggest gold producer, but stalled economic growth, a fall in demand from China and with reserves being used up faster than expected, many are risking all to look for whatever has been left behind
The Rainbow Nation is a well-worn holiday destination, but hidden delights remain. Nick Boulos has five of the best
Myrtle Cothill was allowed to stay in the UK two weeks after a flight was booked for her return to South Africa
After reconsidering the case, the Home Office said Myrtle Cothill 'will be granted leave to remain'