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Susan Njanji

Susan Njanji

    South African brothers charged with terrorism, accused of planning attacks against US embassy and Jewish institutions
    South African brothers charged with terrorism, accused of planning attacks against US embassy and Jewish institutions
    Questions are now being raised over what alleged terrorism attacks could mean for South Africa.
    Shoeless Mandela went missing, 'sipping tea' on day of release
    Shoeless Mandela went missing, 'sipping tea' on day of release
    Mandela was found sipping tea with his shoes off in a quiet Cape Town home, his driver having made a detour to avoid the crowd outside the city hall.
    Zambia vote extended into third day
    Zambia vote extended into third day
    Zambian police fired tear gas to disperse supporters of the leading opposition candidate, as the presidential election was extended into a third day.
    Opposition cries foul in Zambia presidential poll
    Opposition cries foul in Zambia presidential poll
    Opposition candidate Hakainde Hichilema said some remote parts of the country had not received ballot papers halfway through the polling day.
    Mozambique opposition promises non-violent alternative
    Mozambique opposition promises non-violent alternative
    The Mozambique Democratic Movement says it will offer voters a non-violent alternative as the country heads to the polls.
    Mozambique ready for key presidential vote
    Mozambique ready for key presidential vote
    With the ruling party's first post-colonial candidate on the ballot, and up and coming opposition, Mozambique is gearing up for a key election.
    Renamo's Dhlakama hits Maputo campaign trail
    Renamo's Dhlakama hits Maputo campaign trail
    After an electoral overhaul, Renamo's Afonso Dhlakama is confident that the upcoming presidential election will be the first with credibility.
    SA, Mozambique sign deal to fight rhino poaching
    SA, Mozambique sign deal to fight rhino poaching
    South Africa has signed an anti-poaching agreement with neighbouring Mozambique, a major transit route for rhino horn trafficked to Asia.
    Talks to end Amcu miners' strike collapse
    Talks to end Amcu miners' strike collapse
    Talks aimed at ending a six-week platinum miners' strike has fallen apart after producers rejected a revised wage demand.
    Tackling race issues in white-dominated cricket, rugby
    Tackling race issues in white-dominated cricket, rugby
    Sporting authorities have reintroduced racial quotas for SA's teams in a bid to encourage more black sportspeople to emerge through the ranks.
    Marikana: Tension still simmers a year later
    Marikana: Tension still simmers a year later
    SA will mark a year since the shocking massacre at the Marikana mine with a fragile economy, a tainted government and a disquiet labour force.