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Desmond Tutu WILL be going to Nelson Mandela's funeral after all: Retired archbishop to attend close friend's burial after saying he was 'heartbroken' at snub The old friend of the former South African president previously said he had not been granted the credentials to attend the ceremony.
One of the largest jackpots in U.S. lottery history climbed even higher Saturday after no ticket matched all six numbers to win the $425 million top Mega Millions prize.
Hillary Rodham Clinton sat Tuesday in a Johannesburg soccer stadium for Nelson Mandela's memorial service.
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The sign-language interpreter accused of making up hand gestures at Nelson Mandela's memorial said Thursday that he is schizophrenic and was hallucinating at the time.
There's no telling the entirety of what went happened aboard Air Force One during the lengthy trip from Washington, D.C. to Johannesburg for former South African leader Nelson Mandela's memorial service, but one prominent passenger proved the interactions can't be all about policy and politics.
Thousands of people waited in long lines to pay their respects to South Africa's former president Nelson Mandela Wednesday, whose body arrived in the country's capital Pretoria.
South African Jews blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his controversial decision to snub Nelson Mandela's memorial service.
African safari and tour provider ET African Journeys will offer two departures of Celebrate South Africa During Black History Month, an eight day tour of Cape Town and Johannesburg, in February 2014.
Tuesday's National Transportation Safety Board hearing into the crash-landing of an Asiana jet at San Francisco International Airport in July has been postponed due to wintry weather in the nation's capital.
Many of us see ourselves as wannabe master chefs, and with our stockpot of cultures in South Africa there's an exciting choice of herbs and spices available to us.
Dozens of world leaders gathered in Johannesburg on Tuesday 10 December for the national memorial service for former President Nelson Mandela.
On the day of Nelson Mandela's death the South African Communist Party chose to reveal a fact that it had long denied: that he was a party member .