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Oscar Pistorius' Family Cites 'Self Harming Behavior' After Club Altercation
Oscar Pistorius ' family said today that going to a nightclub where he got into an altercation in the middle of his murder trial was "unwise" and worried that the paralymian known as the Blade Runner was increasingly involved in "self-harming behavior." Pistorius' uncle, Leo Pistorius, issued the
South Africa: Court Says Charges Against Zuma to Be Reviewed
South African court rules that decision to drop 738 corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma should be reviewed, adding to leader's legal troubles
South Africa: Treason Case Opened Against Opposition Leader
South Africa's police minister says that a charge of high treason has been filed by the ruling party against an opposition party leader who threatened to remove the government "through the barrel of a gun."
South Africans Wait on Hour-Long Lines to Vote in Fifth Election Since Apartheid’s End
Concerns rise about the "born free generation," many who have not registered to vote yet.
South Africa Votes in First Election after Nelson Mandela's Death
Now and lining up in the first elections since the death of Nelson Mandela. And the party that broke through a losing support right now the international hot spot South Africa. Hello everyone I'm Michelle Franzen in New York twenty years after Nelson Mandela won the first election after apartheid
5 International Stories You'll Care About This Week
From worries about what Russia’s Victory Day could mean for Ukraine to the latest challenge for the “vertical running” set, here’s a look at some of the most interesting stories coming up around the world this week. Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial Goes Back to Court...
Nelson Mandela Memorial: A Man Who Changed the World
World leaders gather in Soweto for a memorial service honoring former South African president Nelson Mandela.
Obama, Cuban President Raul Castro Shake Hands at Nelson Mandela Memorial
President Obama shook hands with Cuban President Raul Castro today at a memorial service for the late Nelson Mandela in South Africa. Obama stopped to shake Castro's hand as he was walking to the podium to pay tribute to Mandela. The handshake comes amid a frosty relationship between the two
Nelson Mandela's Family: 'Madiba Is at Home With Great Friends'
The outpouring of condolences from across the world for Nelson Mandela shows that the anti-apartheid revolutionary and former South African president was a "global citizen," and he now "is at home with great friends," a spokesman for the family said in the first statement from the human rights