White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite used two false passports while on wanted list - 1 month ago
Days earlier, on January 31 2011, Lewthwaite had also been given a South African passport in the name of Natalie Faye Webb, a nurse then living in Essex whose identity she allegedly stole.
Water birth and payment in cash: White Widow Samantha Lewthwaite's stay in a Nairobi clinic - 1 month ago
Lewthwaite, then aged 26, registered at the Genesis clinic under one of her pseudonyms, Asmaa Shahidah Bint-Andrews, and attended four midwife appointments before her daughter Surajah's delivery on July 24, 2010.
South Africa is an angry nation, says Nelson Mandela's wife Graca Machel - 8 months ago
Voices fears over violent crime and police brutality.
South Africa frees massacre miners - 1 year ago
Celebrations erupted outside a South African court yesterday (Monday) as the first of 270 miners charged with the murder of 34 colleagues shot dead by police were freed from jail.
Minister challenges miners' prosecution for police shootings - 1 year ago
South Africa's justice minister has challenged a decision to prosecute 270 miners over the deaths of 34 of their colleagues who were shot dead by police during strike action.
Mugabe keeps falling asleep, says Zimbabwe minister - 1 year ago
Mugabe 'unable to stay awake during meetings'.
Striking South African miners 'were shot in the back' - 1 year ago
Post-mortem examinations revealed that most of the 34 victims of the police action on August 16 were shot in the back while a smaller number were shot while facing forward.
Mine violence poses 'major threat' - 1 year ago
The bloodshed at Marikana poses a "significant risk" to the platinum industry, the world's second biggest producer warned, as South Africa remembered the 44 killed at the Lonmin mine.
A question of love that floated 5,600 miles - 1 year ago
A message in a bottle, posing a question about love and dropped into the sea off Indonesia, has been found more than a year later and 5,600 miles away in Mozambique, on the east coast of Africa.
Briton seized in Mali in bid to aid UK terror cleric - 1 year ago
Stephen McGown, 37, was seized last November with a Swedish and a Dutch national from a restaurant in Timbuktu, Mali. A German was killed in the struggle.