Fighters loyal to the CAR's new government have killed five rebels near the Cameroon border, while their leader escaped on horseback.
Central African Republic's toppled president Francois Bozizé has abandoned his attempt to fly to SA from exile in Cameroon, his advisor has said.
Is he or isn't he in South Africa? Whatever the case, finding a permanent refuge for François Bozizé is complicated.
President Jacob Zuma and International Relations Minister Maite Nkoane-Mashabane will attend a meeting about the Central African Republic.
Poaching in protected wildlife areas has been on the rise in the Central African Republic since the country was plunged into turmoil, say campaigners.
Zuma seems to be angling for the redeployment of the defence force to the Central African Republic, writes David Smith.
More than 12 people have been killed in clashes between residents and fighters from the Seleka rebel coalition that seized power in Central Africa.
The accusation that France supported rebels points to a wider battle for Francophone Africa.
Mac Maharaj responds to Mail & Guardian's recent coverage of recent events in the Central African Republic.
"Out of control elements" is how locals are referring to those responsible for the acts of violence that are keeping people off the CAR's streets.
Looters of deposed Central African Republic president François Bozizé's home have come across two human skeletons beneath the garage floor.
The humanitarian emergency in the Central African Republic worsens daily as security in much of the country remains elusive.
Less than two weeks after the rebel coup in the CAR, the humanitarian situation has deteriorated, leaving civilians in critical need of aid.
President Jacob Zuma's deployment of troops to CAR followed urgent requests to unlock equipment donation.
Chad's leader says President Jacob Zuma has pledged that South African troops will pull out of the Central African Republic.
Michel Djotodia has vowed to hand over power at the end of the three-year transition and not contest the Central African Republic's 2016 elections.
Ousted Central African Republic President François Bozizé has requested exile in the tiny West African nation of Benin.
After 10 years in power, the statesman had few friends offering to help to fight off the rebels.
Central African Republic strongman Michel Djotodia is preparing to unveil a new government after announcing he would rule by decree.
The AU has suspended the Central African Republic after rebels seized power in a rapid weekend assault on the capital, sending the president fleeing.