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South Africa and Morocco set to re-establish diplomatic relations

​South Africa and Morocco look set to re-establish diplomatic relations after 13 years of giving each other the cold shoulder

Slavery dominates discussion at AU-EU Summit

​Modern-day slave markets in Libya were on the lips of African and European leaders at the opening of the summit in Abidjan

The spanner in SADC’s works

SADC diplomats fear Zimbabwe may abuse its new positions to settle old scores with Europe, at the expense of the continent.

Zim: Revolt over EU-AU boycott

Zanu-PF officials say retaliation for Grace Mugabe's visa denial comes at the cost of economic opportunity.

CAR crisis casts shadow on EU-Africa summmit

As African and European leaders head to Brussels for the EU-Africa summit, conflict and jihadist turmoil fears in the CAR are set to dominate talks.

Zuma to miss controversy-tinged EU-Africa summit

International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane will attend the summit in Brussels as President Jacob Zuma has "other commitments".

Mugabe shuns EU-Africa talks after wife denied visa

Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe will boycott this week's EU-Africa summit after his wife was denied a visa to enter Europe, says a foreign ministry official.

EU takes it easy on Zimbabwe, not Mugabe

European Union sources say the organisation plans to ease sanctions on Zimbabwe, however it will maintain its restrictions imposed on Robert Mugabe.

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