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4 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai
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.
Would same-sex marriage undermine traditional marriage?
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
8 hrs ago | English Dong-A
More foreign low-cost carriers aspire to enter Korean market . DECEMBER 07, 2013 08:11.
12 hrs ago | Ilford Recorder
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.
16 hrs ago | Grist Magazine
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.
20 hrs ago | CBC News
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.
As Zimbabwe continues to battle with a struggling economy, de-industrialisation, hunger and unemployment, the ruling ZANU PF party has been accused of trading the country's vast mineral wealth in exchange for arms.
A Durban fireman not only fell six storeys on Wednesday morning - he fell into a hellish pit, featuring an inferno, two deadly metal spikes, a dead body, and no means of escape.
An aerial view of the R12-billion Ridgeside precinct being developed by Tongaat Hulett in uMhlanga.
Pietermaritzburg - Murder accused Thenjiwe Griffiths, 31, cried on Wednesday when asked to explain why her late husband, Allan, 60, allegedly "said terrible things" about her if they were as happily married as she claimed they were.
As more broadcasters look at online television as an alternative option, a whole new group of viewers previously left out of television is being targeted.
There is a growing trend in teenage girls from wealthy families stealing goods from shopping malls in KwaZulu-Natal, the Times reported on Wednesday.