Abdourahman Boreh upset the country's ruler and a British court froze his $100-million assets.
Amplats has gone to court over "unconstitutional" debt administration, with one administrator pocketing 44% of miners' debt repayments.
What the great and the good have had to say about class throughout history.
The M&G Literary Festival will consider Nadine Gordimer's notion 'Being here: in a particular time and place.'
A climate of fear has gripped the kingdom of Swaziland as journalists are jailed and threatened.
The state is again scrambling to keep the report by SA judges on the 2002 Zim polls under wraps.
The presidency has launched a desperate rearguard attempt to prevent the M&G from gaining access to a report into Zimbabwe's 2002 elections.
Weeks after he was warned that his security was at risk, outspoken Zanu-PF MP Edward Chindori-Chininga, died in a car accident.
The Syrian air force has repeatedly carried out indiscriminate, and in some cases deliberate, air strikes against civilians, says Human Rights Watch.
With only four candidates applying for a vacancy at the Constitutional Court, there are rumours that Ray Zondo will merely rubberstamp appointments.