US vs SA: From antipathy to antimony
/ 16 April 2024

US vs SA: From antipathy to antimony

The global superpower has sought to nurture its relations with sub-Saharan Africa, which is an important source of the critical minerals needed to sustain its economy

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Bring Patrice Lumumba home
/ 18 January 2022

Bring Patrice Lumumba home

The return of Patrice Lumumba’s remains must not be an occasion for Belgium to congratulate itself, but for a full accounting of the colonial violence that led to the assassination and coverup

Family wants clarity on SANDF soldier killed in friendly fire in the DRC
/ 22 September 2021

Family wants clarity on SANDF soldier killed in friendly fire in the DRC

Corporal Simanga Khuselo join the peacekeeping mission in the DRC to save money to build his family a home

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Life and death at the Beitbridge border post
/ 14 January 2021

Life and death at the Beitbridge border post

The seemingly endless queue at the Zimbabwe border post is not unusual, but Covid testing, a curfew and the Christmas rush stretched it for days. But no matter the obstacles, the trade to a country in economic crisis goes on regardless