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Marriage of convenience: Can SA unite the UN Security Council and the AU?

Lindiwe Sisulu has lauded South Africa’s recent election to the UNSC as an opportunity to enhance close co-operation between the council and Africa.

Morocco’s women surfing the waves in taboo sport

Despite efforts to improve the status of women in the North African country, attitudes have been slow to change.

Mandela a lodestar for ‘his’ varsity

The university’s new chancellor draws on her personal links with uTata to drive her mission

Trump warns countries that might oppose North American World Cup bid

The US president has hinted that nations who oppose his country's bid for the World Cup could face political repercussions

Freedom House: Tunisia’s democracy downgraded

Data analysed by the NGO from 195 countries over the past year showed that Tunisia was still the only free country in the Arab world

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

Morocco king rejects independence for Western Sahara

A UN peacekeeping force has been in Western Sahara since 1991 with a mandate to organise a referendum on its independence or integration with Morocco.

Historic Jewish quarter of Marrakesh sees revival

The Jewish area of Moroccan tourist gem Marrakesh is seeing its fortunes revived as visitors flock to experience its unique culture and history.

​Stunning Tangier of past, present and future

This ancient Moroccan city is trading on its rich history to revitalise its economy and tourism.

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