Justine Gerardy

Fight graft and create jobs, SA tells Zuma

President Jacob Zuma will on Thursday address SA after asking for input from users of Twitter and Facebook, who said they want jobs and no corruption.

Shell’s shale gas plans stir SA controversy

Energy giant Royal Dutch Shell is targeting potential untapped shale gas reserves in South Africa where landowners are readying for a showdown.

Zim gem smuggling fuels cross-border dealer hub

Waving his index finger into the balmy heat, the taxi driver barely pauses while driving through the hub of international diamond dealers.

Disfigured but alive: Zim cuts horns to save rhinos

In Zimbabwe, where just 700 rhinos remain, anti-poaching units face military-like armed gangs.

Govt raises growth forecast, warns on jobs

SA's economy will grow a better-than-expected 3% this year but this will be too slow to tackle soaring unemployment, the finance minister has warned.

Zim cricket eyes return from Test exile

The crack of bats on balls at the Harare Sports Club rouses cheers as Zimbabwe hosts their first New Zealand cricketing visitors in five years.

Reboot for SA’s defence industry

SA's defence industry, a former world leader side-swiped by apartheid's fall, is aiming for recovery with an eye on the crucial export market.

Questions over future use of World Cup stadiums

South Africa's World Cup stadiums are hunting for new business, but the country's most lucrative sports say they were sidelined long before kick-off.

‘High time for SA land policy overhaul’

Thandi Wines is one of the few black-owned operations in a high-end business that like most commercial agriculture is still predominantly white-owned.

A hospital for big game

Last year, the Shamwari reserve opened a specialised rehabilitation centre to nurse animals hurt in man-made problems.

Fan in court for England locker-room breach

A World Cup fan charged with trespassing after he entered the England team's locker room following a lacklustre 0-0 draw with Algeria will go on trial

‘It’s like a concentration camp’

Blikkiesdorp, a vast temporary camp for Cape Town's homeless and evicted, has attracted a media spotlight ahead of the Soccer World Cup.

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