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The state-owned firm's nuclear ambassador, Professor Vladimir Artisyuk, is in South Africa to sing the praises of Russia's nuclear technology.
Malawian victims of xenophobia repatriated from South Africa are drifting back in large numbers
Marathon informal settlement leaders have told foreign residents they will protect them from the small group that started the attacks.
Gavin Evans, a former South African journalist, tackles the notion that intelligence is skin deep.
The police and army's Operation Fiela is only fuelling xenophobia, say NGOs and visitors from nearby countries.
Given the faction-ridden nature of South African politics and the deep divisions in the ANC, a further turn of the wheel is quite conceivable.
An internal report has revealed that ANC voters believe the party is performing poorly in combating crime and corruption, and in creating jobs.
The NEC has said the trade union federation divisions remained unresolved because the factions ignored the recommendations of the ANC task team.
Hawks investigators have taken over the case, initially thought to be just a robbery gone wrong
Nick Davies uncovers the story of "the man in the green blanket", who died trying to broker peace, and reveals the complicity of the powers that be.
The suspended IPID boss appears set to accuse minister of having ulterior motives
TRC records show that Umkhonto weSizwe member Nokuthula Simelane was tortured on a North West farm and believed killed.
A proposed amendment to the Criminal Procedures Act might pave the way for former offenders to apply to have their criminal records expunged.
The Economic Freedom Fighters have rejected the latest amendments to the e-tolling system, saying the borders infringe on freedom of movement.
The police have failed to solve the deaths of two government officials, seen as victims of politically motivated hits
Motorists will have to settle their outstanding toll debts before being issued new annual car licence discs.
Road users in Gauteng will pay up to 50% less a month in toll fees, according to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Inconsistent mining, land reform and BEE policies are causing investors to be wary of South Africa, says former ANC treasurer general Mathews Phosa.