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The DA intends to intervene in a deal in which energy minister Jeff Radebe is allegedly pushing for SA to spend at least $1bn in building an oil refinery in South Sudan. The DA plans, via the ...
Nehawu and PSA serve Sars with a seven-day notice to strike from March 28
After two years fund managers say Vukile's expansion into Spain has been a masterstroke
Five units have been restored since Friday morning leading Eskom to suspend load-shedding on Sunday
Economic development minister Ebrahim Patel says his department wants to make sure that the Competition Commission and Competition Tribunal are efficient to ensure that they are ready to implement ...
Saud al-Qahtani, a top aide to Prince Mohammed until he was sacked over his suspected role in the killing, has not appeared at the court sessions
Swiss pair of Nino Schurter and Lars Forster (Scott-Sram) won men’s title in a race that was as tight and tough as predicted
No vintage is the same so success is never absolute, but rather a reflection of the best possible
Death toll mounts to 705 as Mozambique officials brace for ‘inevitable’ cholera and malaria outbreaks
Cyclone Idai could not have come at a worse time for the country’s crippled economy, with the cost of damages to fuel supply, infrastructure and exports ...
Relief agencies describe the gravity of the cyclone and scale of the flooding it unleashed as stunning
Strategic partners, from members of the governing FLN party to trade unionists, have abandoned the president
UN says 200,000 Zimbabweans will need food aid for three months and rescue workers scouring rural areas for survivors of the region's worst disaster
Captain of crashed Ethiopian Airlines plane was due for a refresher course
West African countries fear attacks could spread from Burkina Faso
The US military rejects the report, saying it has killed 800 militants in air strikes over the past two years, but has not hurt or killed a single civilian
Meanwhile, the storm has also unleashed a humanitarian crisis in Malawi, forcing more than 80,000 from their homes
Revenue from the resource should be used for peace-related projects instead of being tied up in debts to Chinese companies
At least 1,000 people are dead in Mozambique, with hundreds dead in Zimbabwe, as Cyclone Idai carves its way through the sub-continent
Charity vessel carrying 49 migrants rescued at sea says Rome has refused to let it dock
The official death count in Mozambique stands at 84, but President Filipe Nyusi estimates that more than 1,000 people may have died
The government has targeted selling some or all shares in 43 of its companies, most of them loss-making
Cities and towns across the continent are struggling with water shortages brought on by drought, population growth and insufficient investment in dams
The new centres will give small-scale miners, which currently illegally export 90% of their output, access to the formal market
Port city of Beira ‘90% destroyed’ as rescue operations continue in Zimbabwe
A large dam burst on Sunday and cut off the last road to the city of about 530,000 people, the Red Cross said in a statement
Findings highlight the urgent need for improved safety for the procedure, researchers say
Move is unlikely to defuse anger on the streets
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