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African leaders use anti-terror laws to silence journalists
African leaders use anti-terror laws to silence journalists
African governments and leaders have found a new excuse for censoring journalists and media organisations — abetting terrorism.
'JZ's pilot' joins South Sudan's secret police
'JZ's pilot' joins South Sudan's secret police
A South African aviation firm formed a joint venture with the National Security Service (NSS) — South Sudan’s secret police, which has...
Africa’s climate is getting worse for farming, survey reports
Africa’s climate is getting worse for farming, survey reports
Perceptions of climate conditions for farming are getting worse on the...
Mother challenges home affairs
Mother challenges home affairs
Chantel* was only 15 years old when she hopped the Eswatini-South African border in early 2007. She says she lived her whole life in an orphanage...
Making media freedom in Eswatini is more than a dream
Making media freedom in Eswatini is more than a dream
The role of dissenting journalists in Eswatini is more crucial than ever before. But the grimy reality is that critical journalists left in...
Johnny Clegg: Rebel, intellectual, musician
Johnny Clegg: Rebel, intellectual, musician
In death, the artist begins the process of becoming a collective ancestor for South Africans and others around the world whose lives have been...
Zuma tells Zondo commission: ‘Ramatlhodi was a spy’
Zuma tells Zondo commission: ‘Ramatlhodi was a spy’
Former president Jacob Zuma accused Ngoako Ramatlhodi, the former minister of public service and administration, of being a spy in his...
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The beleaguered tax agency will probably miss its revenue target again, but is on the road to recovery as the new commissioner revives critical...
Mswati wanted Trillian to turn his country into a tax haven
Mswati wanted Trillian to turn his country into a tax haven
The Gupta-linked company that had an ‘interest’ in South African state-owned enterprises used a similar modus operandi to try to get a...
eSwatini says fake polygamy story 'insult' to king and country
eSwatini says fake polygamy story 'insult' to king and country
The government of eSwatini on Tuesday angrily denied viral online reports that King Mswati III, Africa's last absolute monarch who has 14 wives,...
On the horns of a dilemma
On the horns of a dilemma
Legalising the rhino horn trade could inject R60-billion into the South African fiscus, but allowing the trade could backfire at the expense of...
The deep African science of Smiles Makama
The deep African science of Smiles Makama
Smiles Mandla Makama is making a comeback. The 63-year-old Swazi musician won a Lifetime Achievement Award at the December 2018 MTN Swaziland Music...

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