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Masked gunmen attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians on a visit to a monastery south of the Egyptian capital on Friday.
High commissioner claims that Maimane's comments about Hichilema were problematic as he intended to mobilise Zambian opposition parties.
New recommendations don't address the unspeakable violence that those selling sex will continue to face going forward.
Cabinet on Thursday announced that President Zuma has set up an IMC to look into the bungling of Brian Molefe’s resignation/retirement.
A report on reforming adult sex work laws will probably recommend the continued criminalisation of sex work with diversion.
The banks include Investec, Absa, Standard Chartered, as well as Habib Overseas Bank.
The NEC meeting promises to be fiery with half its members lining up against Zuma
Even those fighting the Guptas and Zuma are merely positioning themselves for proximity to the leftovers at the trough.
"It will take at least 30 years to resolve the housing backlog in Johannesburg, said Herman Mashaba, blaming funding cuts by the Gauteng government."
We have seen the likes of this so often that we no longer bother to make the comparison with the forced evictions and resettlements of apartheid.
The rumour of killings was false, the authorities said, but by then it was too late.
"Make no mistake: in choosing Tedros, the WHO has made a decisive break from the past. It was about time."
The big deal about the little by-election is that the ANC’s bid to hold the province’s north has failed
An ANC leader in Gauteng said discussions were underway to field young candidates for the top six positions. A “young leader” is under the age of 60.
Ekurhuleni metro admits in court papers that there has been ‘corruption, fraud and/or bribery’
South Africa has to tackle the scourge in the same visionary way it has fought against HIV and Aids
The company's latest results reflect an increase of 28% in headline earnings per share.
Few places left to worship after yet another church demolition in the capital Khartoum
“Commentators, opposition groups and ordinary South Africans underestimate Jacob Zuma, because he is more brazen, wily and brutal than they expect"
Now the ANC’s official allies, the South African Communist Party and trade union federation Cosatu, have turned against Zuma too.