Zimbabwe's civic leaders say there is a growing debate around discrepancies between old laws and the Constitution, which was adopted in March 2013.
A tribal king on Saturday removed a grandson of Nelson Mandela from his post of traditional authority.
Paintings, a silver tea set and other items belonging to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela will be auctioned next week to pay off debts she owes to a school.
An official says athlete Oscar Pistorius informed authorities that he wants to return to training while on bail, a claim his spokesperson has denied.
More than half of the 60 migrants who died after their boat sank off Turkey's west coast on Thursday were children, a district official told Reuters.
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova are not just playing for Olympic gold at Wimbledon. There's a career Golden Slam on the line, too.
Britain has been transfixed by the phone hacking scandal that has shaken its media world. But will it really change the nation's press?
The man in charge of Egyptian antiquities has starred in a TV show about his exploits. On Monday, however, he was under siege.