The Mail & Guardian's photo editor selects this week's top photos from around the world.
The terminally ill man who provided the gun that killed Chris Hani is to be out of prison by the end of next week.
Despite the outcry over Jacob Zuma's extensive upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, the police minister has found all upgrades were necessary.
Men need longer paternity leave, especially as 64% of children grow up without a father. And Hendri Terblanche is willing to go to court to get it.
Poor families are being edged out of their prime residential location in Cape Town to make way for wealthy buyers who will pay for the view.
Our National Assembly is less democracy in action than it is democratic inaction.
The ruling party admits that it has heeded only one recommendation of its much-vaunted integrity commission that was set up in 2013.
Prosecutions director Jiba apparently uses a 'go-to guy' to handle tricky political situations.
The metalworkers' union, bleeding members and money, is electing leaders who will have to stop the rot.
The president is playing a high-stakes game as politics continues to plague the prosecutions body.
The trade union federation has told rebel unions to attend central executive committee meetings or face expulsion.
But the bid to re-enlist unemployed officers will not solve all of the police service's problems.
There is widespread evidence of the pay-TV operator clearly trying to dictate state policy.
South Africa allegedly agreed to a $10-million bribe to win the 2010 World Cup vote. And the pool of local suspects appears exceedingly small
The Bakgatla-Ba-Khafela community in the North West is at loggerheads with their chief over who should hold the rights to the land.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has absolved President Jacob Zuma for the misuse of state funds to upgrade his home in Nkandla.
The Western Cape High Court has dismissed the case from a media group against Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding Parliament’s broadcasting policy.
Sports minister Fikile Mbalula categorically denied that government had paid individuals to influence the voting on the hosting of the 2010 World Cup.
An old hand-drawn map provided inspiration for a trip to the arid Northern Cape to visit the places spoken of in a Bushman's stories.