Police in Zimbabwe confiscate opposition leader Arthur Mutambara's passport as he tries to leave for South Africa and the United Kingdom.
- 2007 Zimbabwean political crisis: Three activists in the Zimbabwe opposition are arrested as they attempt to leave the country for South Africa including Arthur Mutambara, leader of a faction in the Movement for Democratic Change. Two of the activists were seeking medical treatment after having been arrested a week ago.
- A British judge rules that Shrien Dewani will be extradited to South Africa to stand trial for the 2010 murder of Anni Dewani.
- A South African court rules that the country is obliged under international law to investigate human rights abuses in Zimbabwe.
- The death toll from flooding in South Africa rises to 70 and more than 8,000 families are homeless. Five other nearby countries - Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe - are threatened by killer heavy rains.
- The United Kingdom announces its refusal to issue visas to a lacrosse team representing the Iroquois Confederacy, whose departure has been delayed since Friday, after the United States Department of State earlier in the day cleared the team's departure with tribal passports. The UK stated that it will only recognise passports from the United States or Canada.