The man accused of faking sign language at Nelson Mandela's memorial service has been investigated for fraud amounting to R1.5-million.
Parliament said Thursday the papers that were issued referring to the Protection of State Information Act were "draft Acts."
More than 20,000 people queued to see former president Nelson Mandela's body lying in state at the Union Buildings, in Pretoria, the City of Tshwane said on Thursday.
The man accused of faking sign-language at Nelson Mandela's memorial service said he has been violent in the past and suffers from schizophrenia.
Members of a Rwandan Hutu militia in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo have been surrending in large numbers to U.N. peacekeepers.
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Hopes among resourceful inmates of an Austrian prison for a cheerier Christmas have been dashed after 50 litres of a festive homebrew hooch were discovered by guards.
A father's diet influences the health of his offspring, according to a study that suggests men, like women, should plan to eat and live healthily in the run-up to conception.
The European Union has taken its first step to allowing expanded use of smartphones and tablets on aircraft, possibly ending a precious oasis of peace.