As thousands of mining jobs are cut, families of striking workers slain in 2012 still await compensation and justice
Zuma appears to be hedging bets before the party conference in December 2017 when the ANC will elect a new leader
More than anything else, Israel needs friends in Africa to vote in its favour at the UN.
While India’s leader was retracing Gandhi’s not-so-clean footsteps in South Africa, peaceful protesters were being shot dead in Kashmir.
South Africa is facing its worst drought since 1982, with more than 2.7-million households facing water shortages across the country.
At least 4 000 inmates are being evacuated from Pollsmoor prison after at least one prisoner died from a disease related to rat infestation.
All the shock, disapproval and applause that greeted Judge Billy Mothle’s decision to strike Julius Malema’s case off the roll.
About 2 500 Burundians are fleeing into Tanzania every week, overwhelming aid agencies who say refugee facilities had now reached "breaking point".
The last camp in SA hosting displaced foreigners following xenophobic attacks across the country in April, is scheduled to close on Tuesday.
SA condemns the withdrawing of envoys by Nigeria and says it did not blame Nigeria for poorly handling the aftermath of the church collapse in 2014.