The former Johannesburg mayor has 18 months to build a movement and a team to compete in the 2021 municipal elections, writes Adriaan Basson.
More sun than clouds. Mild.
These ladies from Intsusa represent many people in South Africa who are dealing with trauma.
Huawei bought a 0.7% stake in Oxford-based research fund Oxford Sciences Innovation (OSI), according to a report in the Financial Times.
As President Trump gears up for re-election in 2020, it seems that the world is in for more tariffs-by-tweet. After all, trade wars appear to be part of his strategy to stimulate the US economy and remain in the Oval Office.
If Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal, 2.5% of Ireland's GDP could be lost, economists at Oxford Economics predict.
GDP fell by 0.2% between April and June, the worst performance for seven years.
The Duchess said she is launching a workwear brand to help support the charity, in addition to guest-editing the September issue of British Vogue.
The UK's national weather service confirmed that temperatures reached 38.7 degrees Celsius (101.6 degrees Fahrenheit) in Cambridge on July 25.
The crew of Britain's Stena Impero is safe and in good health, Iran insists, but the company has been unable to contact them.
Divers swimming in the English Channel near Cornwall came face-to-face with a barrel jellyfish about their own size.
Boris Johnson challenged his rival for Britain's leadership on Tuesday to deliver Brexit by the end of October whatever happens, only to be accused once again of trying to avoid scrutiny.
On Sunday morning, many Londoners reported their houses, furniture, and cars were shaking after the extremely loud "bang."
Owen Carey told restaurant staff where he was celebrating his birthday about his dairy allergy, but he died after eating chicken soaked in buttermilk.
The Royal Navy frigate has reportedly had 115 run-ins with Iranian forces in the Persian Gulf since the start of July, and it's not backing down.
British farmers are rushing to sell their big harvests of wheat and barley before October to avoid the potential market chaos of a no-deal Brexit.
The UK economy shrank for the first time since 2012, Italy's debt crisis looks like it'll only get worse, and Germany's output continues to decline.
Thousands of chicken at a UK farm are dead following last week's heatwave, with workers were seen piling carcasses outside the farm's buildings.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright said the UK government is "not yet in a position" to make a decision on Huawei.
Iran seized a British-flagged tanker in the Strait of Hormuz in what appears to be a retaliation for Britain's seizure of an Iranian ship this month.
There is even a phone used by GCHQ's longest serving customer, the Queen.
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