Twenty years ago the soon to be President Mandela pledged to 'wash away the stains of apartheid' - two decades on those stains remain.
From South Africa ITV News Presenter Mark Austin writes on what the future holds for the new, post-Mandela, Rainbow Nation.
ITV's former Africa Correspondent Mark Austin reflects on Nelson Mandela's legacy
Whether undercover in North Korea or exposed on Bosnian roads, Mick Deane ensured we left at the right time. This time he couldn't get out.
Nelson Mandela's ex-wife Winnie exclusively told ITV News he was "disappointed" with the lack of progress in tackling apartheid's wrongs.
In an exclusive interview with ITV News, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife Winnie talks of her "sadness" about the former president's health.
Ten years ago, correspondent Terry Lloyd was shot dead on the eve of the invasion of Iraq. I returned to the same spot with his daughter.
If there has been loss of life among hostages in Algeria, will the West want to hit back at al-Qaeda-linked groups in the Sahel region?
Northern Mali has become a haven for Islamic radicals, fuelled by weapons from Gadaffi's Libya. The French mission may last quite some time.
If you want an opinion on anything in New York, natural disasters included, you only have to hail one of the city's famous yellow taxis.