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Video footage from Zimbabwe reveals how the process of drafting a new Constitution in a poverty-struck nation is often fraught with violence and intimidation.
Zim awaits constitution breakthrough
Zimbabwe's draft constitution remains in limbo
Indigenous artists from Australia and South Africa have participated in a collaborative exhibition, organised by the SKA, that celebrates our shared night sky.
Tests on new experimental drugs to treat the Ebola virus, which has claimed 3000 lives this year, is being welcomed.
M&G Photographer Oupa Nkosi has been documenting the emerging black middle class and finds that some of them neither understand the title nor relate to it.
The South African government backtracks on a nuclear deal, TB Joshua gets locked out and everyone enjoys a good pie, right?
The hand-to-hand courier service in Sandton's CBD is being revolutionised, and is creating employment for passionate cyclists from townships.
Hundreds of thousands across the globe joined marches and rallies as part of the People's Climate March ahead of the UN Climate Summit in New York.