We regret that due to a technical error our report of Nelson Mandela's death was unintentionally published. It has now been taken down.
Just four months after President Jacob Zuma announced that South Africa would withdraw from the International Criminal Court, a high court has ruled that the plan was unconstitutional.
Once a loyalist of autocratic ruler Mobutu Sese Seko, Tshisekedi founded Congo's first opposition party. Denounced as an opportunist, he succeeded in amassing a large following before his death.
At least 94 mentally ill patients died due to negligence in South Africa last year after they were moved to unlicensed health facilities, according to a probe. Witnesses compared the facilities to "concentration camps."
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