R72m has been allocated by the City of Cape Town for its week-long programme of events honouring Nelson Mandela.
Three teenage cousins from Cape Town are feared drowned after they were caught in a riptide in Hawston.
The Mother City and towns across the Western Cape have unveiled plans for a massive farewell to the “Father of the Nation”.
Cape Town: a city ‘united in its grie ...
Three cousins swept out to sea
Public invited to 80 Places of Tribut ...
SACP lashes out at Numsa’s Jim
De Lille in tears during Mandela spee ...
A man of giant moral dimensions
Nelson Mandela's name is synonymous with sacrificing personal freedom for the good of others, writes Michael Morris.
Letter: DA casts aside founding value ...
Let’s celebrate SA’s HIV/Aids success
Unity sacrificed on altar of self
Letter: Free house? Never
Philippines: homes turned into graves
Smell of death thick in the air as children point out bodies buried under debris.
Clarke praises Johnson's Ashes reviva ...
Mitchell Johnson has found himself in a supportive attack as Australia continue their Ashes revival.
United in search of UCL silver lining
Ronaldo targets new record
Cairns seeks legal advice in fixing c ...
'Baby Jake had a pure heart'
Politicians battle over ‘Brand Mandel ...
The scramble for control of the Mandela legacy - both financial and moral - has begun.
Dollar mixed in Asian trade
Asian shares advance on China trade
UK wage growth at six-year high
Oil prices climb in Asia
Celebratory Service: 9 December 2013
The Nelson Mandela Foundation, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu together with Lead SA and Brand SA will hold a special tribute in honour of Tata Madiba at the Nelson Mand ...
Coupons released for stadium event – ...
His Day is Done – A Tribute Poem for ...
Prayer service at Mandela Centre of M ...
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