Portraits of Nelson Mandela over the years — from the reverential to the interpretive — have firmly entrenched his status in popular culture.
Three women who were enslaved in a house for 30 years in London shared a political ideology with their captors, police said on Saturday.
Britain's most successful fashion designer last week opened a major exhibition in London's Design Museum – just don't call it a retrospective.
Eleanor Catton (28) became the youngest writer to win the Man Booker prize when The Luminaries, took the 45th Booker at the awards dinner this week.
Dr Pallo Jordan, chairperson of the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation, remembers Adelaide Tambo.
Besides all the salacious gossip, word has it that his new baby, News Corp, has rejuvenated him.
The European Banking Authority is thought to have approved proposals that would require a cap on bonuses for anyone whose pay is more than €500 000.
David Cameron has convened an emergency meeting after two extremists hacked a soldier to death with meat cleavers in a south London street.
An attack in which a man, presumed to be a soldier, was "beheaded" in a London street has been described by police as a possible terror attack.
Corporates in London are once again taking flak over their executive pay policies.
Here are ten of those who came away from London 2012 with a golden glow and ten others who might be wishing they had done things differently.
While the magnificent Olympic Park glows with the "spirit of the Games", London residents feel they have been given a raw deal during the showpiece.
The prospect of London cabs going electric has come closer to reality with the unveiling of a prototype that will be tested as early as next year.
Romney arrived in London pursued by calls to use this overseas tour to define a foreign policy that amounts to more than criticising the president.
Team South Africa left in great spirits, but the road to London has been paved with controversy, writes Jason Humphries.
The head of private security firm G4S said on Saturday his firm only realised just over a week ago it would not be able to supply enough venue guards.
The Shard is emblematic of how the city's real estate is becoming too exclusive for locals, writes Aditya Chakrabortty.
The 2012-Kirstenbosch-SA exhibit by designers David Davidson and Ray Hudson have been awarded a gold medal at the Chelsea Flower Show in London.
Britain and the International Olympic Committee have come out in condemnation of an Argentinian advert showing an athlete training in the Falklands.