Latest articles on Mogadishu

Several killed in al-Shabab attack on Somali parliament

Militant group al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for an attack which the United Nations has called an "attack against the people".

Somali soldiers hunt down al-Shabab rebels

Hooded soldiers carrying sniper rifles have unleashed a sweeping crackdown across Mogadishu in a hunt for militants and weapons.

Al-Shabab blame ‘Western’ forces for attack on coastal base

Al-Shabab says "Western" forces attacked a house in one of its coastal bases in the town of Barawe under the cover of dark, killing one rebel fighter.

Weekend 101: Malema and the Proteas – epic failures

Julius Malema walks the lonely road to court, the Proteas take a lonely flight home and SA spooked by UK spies.

Somalia: Eight killed as al-Shabab attack UN base

Somalia's al-Qaeda linked al-Shabab insurgents have shot and blasted their way into the UN compound in Mogadishu, leaving eight people dead.

Somalians wish to forge their own destiny

If it wasn't for the occasional bomb blast in Mogadishu the country would likely have fallen off the radar for many people.

SA condemns Somali terror attacks

The South African government has expressed shock at the recent violent attacks in the Somali capital of Mogadishu.

Mogadishu car bomb attacks kill 16

At least 16 people were killed as two car bombs exploded outside the law courts in Somalia's capital Mogadishu and gunmen stormed the building.

Somali rebels reinforce Kismayu as fears of violence grow

Al-Shabab militants are advancing towards the port city of Kismayu, raising fears of a bloody clash with African Union soldiers.

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Capture claims plague new private-security bargaining council

Unhappy members of the National Bargaining Council for the Private Security Sector say corporate governance standards are being flouted

A lifeline for the homeless people in eThekwini

eThekwini plans to retain permanent and safe open spaces for people with nowhere to sleep

Didiza must investigate ‘paralysed’ Ingonyama Trust Board – Parliament

Labour disputes and withheld funding for noncompliance have rocked the board, which is supposed to administer about three million hectares on behalf of King Goodwill Zwelithini

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