Twenty years after the end of apartheid, can "The Great Walk" help ease racial tensions?
Two white men forced Victor Mlotshwa into a coffin and threatened to pour petrol on it.
An 800-year-old artifact of a golden rhinoceros encapsulates key aspects of South Africa's history.
The ANC is in danger of losing the dominance it has held since the end of apartheid.
A South African hip hop artist celebrates a broadcaster's decision to play 90 percent local music.
Rory Steyn has alleged sabotage on the eve of South Africa's rugby triumph.
Valls also appeared to back the banning of Islamic headscarves in universities.
Janusz Walus was convicted of killing Chris Hani, a colleague of Nelson Mandela in the African National Congress.
South Africa's wine region, which gave the world one of its ugliest political philosophies, is one of the world's most beautiful places.
The South African opposition leader says the country is being "polarized" along racial lines.
Every existing and new member of Maimane's party will have to sign an anti-racism pledge.
A Standard Bank employee was suspended after tweeting an inflammatory comment about apartheid.
His infection is not related to his prostate cancer, his daughter said.
The new autobiography will tell the former South African president's story from his prison release to retirement.
The school's vice chancellor called the demand "outrageous, preposterous" and a violation of the country's constitution.
Attending the state funeral in South Africa of the father of South African democracy has changed the political weather back home.
A CIA agent fingered Mandela for the apartheid regime's secret police.