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The ANC's leadership in KwaZulu-Natal, including the province's premier Senzo Mchunu, attended a church service in honour of former president Nelson Mandela at the Durban Christian Centre Jesus Dome on Sunday.
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At football grounds across Scotland and the rest of the UK, minutes of applause were held before kick-off in honour of South Africa's first black president, who died on Thursday at the age of 95. The Scottish Professional Football League said it had contacted all member clubs to encourage the gesture at fixtures as a "mark of respect for and to ... (more)
This special section is devoted to South African jazz, which has prospered for several decades and developed a distinctive character all its own.
Watch as India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says that his side must improve following a heavy defeat in the first One-Day International against South Africa.
Sifiso Myeni of South Africa's Orlando Pirates challenges Ahmed Abdul Monem of Egypt's Al Ahli during the first leg of their African Champions League final soccer match at Orlando Stadium in Soweto November 2, 2013.
The death of Nelson Mandela takes away arguably the last statesman of our times, a man who rose far above bitterness, hate and anger to forge a Rainbow Nation in a society riven with divisiveness and violence.
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After fighting the apartheid system in South Africa and working as Nelson Mandela's bodyguard for eight years, Chris Lubbe now spends his time inspiring others.
Bjorn Lomborg, a Danish provocateur who loves to pick fights with the climate movement, argues in the New York Times this week that what people in developing nations - or as he called them, "the poor" - really want is cheap, dirty, fossil fuels to help them reach prosperity.
One of this country's most experienced journalists and foreign correspondents, Brian Stewart is currently a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Munk School for Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.
Detroit Magistrate Judge Margaret Baylor recalls coming face-to-face with Nelson Mandela while she was a volunteer for Trans Africa, an African-American foreign policy lobbying group.
The cost of the 185km project increased by 222% from R6.4-billion in 2006. Within two years, that had almost doubled to R11.8-billion.