Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
Whether the UK leaves the European Union with no deal or a last-minute agreement, Brexit has already taken a toll.
The UK leadership race narrowed to five on Tuesday as Brexit figurehead Boris Johnson prepared to defend his runaway favourite status in his first television debate.
Marine insurers in London are holding an extraordinary meeting to discuss the situation in the Gulf following attacks on ships off the United Arab Emirates.
A lawyer representing jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says the Ecuadorian government has been spreading lies about his behaviour inside its embassy in London.
South African company Trellidor has designed a large sliding gate that has been rated the most secure in the world.
Royalty, government, sport and celebrity cars will feature in a '100 Car Spectacular' auction by international car auctioneers COYS at the London Classic Car Show next week.
London's stock market climbed Monday, aided by a falling pound, with traders awaiting the UK government's Brexit 'Plan B'l.
Zookeepers have begun the task of counting up how many animals live at London Zoo.
Flights at London's Gatwick Airport have resumed after a second 'suspected drone sighting'.
Hundreds of protesters have turned out in central London and blocked off the capital's main bridges to demand the government take climate change seriously.
Nigeria has received a legal hiding after a UK court awarded a private company a $9.6bn judgment debt against the West African nation.
Brexit figurehead Boris Johnson came top by a landslide in a first-round vote on Thursday for a leader to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May as the deadline for leaving the EU looms.
Britons were among those killed in the deadly Easter Sunday blasts in Sri Lanka, the Foreign Office in London.
WikiLeaks founder Assange's arrest in London opens the next chapter in his saga: an expected extradition fight over a pending criminal prosecution in the United States.
While price-growth and activity may be slowing amid the uncertainty, almost every other major urban area in the country is still experiencing a rising market, according to Acadata.
Citroën will celebrate its centenary at the London Classic Car Show with a showcase of vehicles that have made the boldest marks on the automotive industry since its launch in June 1919.
Rolls-Royce sold a record-high number of its luxury vehicles in 2018, with purchases soaring worldwide.
London's Gatwick Airport is seeking to run a full schedule after police arrested a man and a woman in connection with the "criminal use of drones".
Two babies in one year might be a handful for most mothers, but the Zoological Society of London's zoo tamandua Ria has had plenty of help with her latest offspring.
The world's media has descended on Downing Street, but that didn't put Larry the cat off his daily routine.
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