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Africa is weak and vulnerable — but not powerless
Africa is weak and vulnerable — but not powerless
I am concerned with the evolving global trend which threatens to reverse much of the gains made in multilateralism that we have enjoyed in the past...
Sisulu: UN Security Council tenure will be dedicated to Mandela’s legacy
Sisulu: UN Security Council tenure will be dedicated to Mandela’s legacy
South Africa is honoured and humbled by its election as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council and will dedicate its tenure to late...
Post-Brexit, SA has an ideal opportunity to rethink its links with the UK and China
Post-Brexit, SA has an ideal opportunity to rethink its links with the UK and China
ECONOMYThe sobering outcomes of the local government elections in South Africa and Britain’s European Union referendum present analysts and...
SA envoy in hot water for 'dodgy' lease
SA envoy in hot water for 'dodgy' lease
The government has sent a “highly confidential” letter to South Africa’s high commissioner in Ghana demanding explanations for a...
Nkoana-Mashabane: SA's not looting the continent, we're cultivating peace and trade
Nkoana-Mashabane: SA's not looting the continent, we're cultivating peace and trade
What has South Africa elected to measure itself against in terms of foreign policy? Our foreign policy is fiercely independent; equally, South Africa does not have a declared enemy. We are the product of our own people's struggles...
Belgian air traffic strike grounds SA diplomats
Belgian air traffic strike grounds SA diplomats
The strike has disrupted flights across Europe.
Editorial: SA must work at winning Africa's trust
Editorial: SA must work at winning Africa's trust
South Africa's embarrassing retreat from the Central African Republic (CAR) a month ago was the prime cause of this thrashing: South Africa not...
Complex chemistry of Africa
Complex chemistry of Africa
It's rather ironic that, on the queen's honours list for 2010, Stephen Chan -- so much of whose work has been in the British Empire's former...
Angola, SA shake on R1,75bn credit line
Angola, SA shake on R1,75bn credit line
The long-awaited and much-hyped first state visit to South Africa since 1994 by the president of Angola has encouraged investment in South Africa's...
Zuma and ministers take a trip to Namibia
Zuma and ministers take a trip to Namibia
President Jacob Zuma will pay a working visit to Namibia to discuss economic relations, the Department of International Relations and Cooperation...

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