Susan Njanji

Renamo’s Dhlakama hits Maputo campaign trail

After an electoral overhaul, Renamo's Afonso Dhlakama is confident that the upcoming presidential election will be the first with credibility.

SA, Mozambique sign deal to fight rhino poaching

South Africa has signed an anti-poaching agreement with neighbouring Mozambique, a major transit route for rhino horn trafficked to Asia.

Talks to end Amcu miners’ strike collapse

Talks aimed at ending a six-week platinum miners' strike has fallen apart after producers rejected a revised wage demand.

Tackling race issues in white-dominated cricket, rugby

Sporting authorities have reintroduced racial quotas for SA's teams in a bid to encourage more black sportspeople to emerge through the ranks.

Marikana: Tension still simmers a year later

SA will mark a year since the shocking massacre at the Marikana mine with a fragile economy, a tainted government and a disquiet labour force.

UN calls for calm as Zanu-PF surges toward victory

Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe looked poised to win a seventh term in office after romping to victory in parliamentary polls.

Tsvangirai gets his third crack at dethroning Mugabe

After losing against President Robert Mugabe in three consecutive elections, can Morgan Tsvangirai outmanoeuvre Zimbabwe's head on July 31?

Life under Zim’s ‘mutilated rule of law’

As Zimbabwe approaches elections this year a human rights lawyer has vowed never to give up - even after her own arrest.

Tough business conditions ‘no excuse’ for lower pay

South Africa is girding itself for a fresh round of labour unrest as collective wage negotiations get under way.

Mandela makes steady progress after four days in hospital

Nelson Mandela remained in hospital for a fourth day on Sunday after officials said he was making steady progress following a recurrence of pneumonia.

MDC: Two thirds of voters on Zim voter’s roll are dead

The party of Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is concerned about the "hygiene" and integrity of crucial elections expected later this year.

Silicosis suit could shutter SA’s gold mines

Ex-gold miners suffering from silicosis have launched a class action suit in SA, in what could prove the nail in the coffin of the mining sector.

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