He left a nation with stronger foundations than those fears suggest, and a uniformly-accepted vision for this society – for all societies.
A retired British banker is facing up to seven years in jail in Uganda after he was charged with gross indecency.
An al-Shabaab propaganda video aimed at potential recruits in Britain is compelling evidence of a UK link to this growing militant group.
British investigators are struggling to pierce the secrecy surrounding Kenya's Westgate mall attack.
Nelson Mandela's family appear calm since he returned home from hospital but the media camped outside are tense as they wait for updates.
Oscar Pistorius will learn the date of his murder trial on Monday on what would have been his ex-girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp’s 30th birthday.
Rohit Kachroo describes his rare opportunity to interview President Robert Mugabe at Zimbabwe’s State House.
It's 'Day 27', and we are still watching, still waiting. Our cameras and minds are still focused on Pretoria's Heart Hospital.
In a landmark acknowledgement the Foreign Secretary said the UK will compensate more than 5,000 elderly Kenyans for colonial abuses.
Poaching is threatening the very existence of elephants and rhinos across Africa, as wildlife parks struggle to keep up with their methods.