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Remembering the moment that SA soldiers marched into Lesotho
Remembering the moment that SA soldiers marched into Lesotho
Saturday is the 20th anniversary of democratic South Africa’s military intervention in Lesotho. Christopher Williams reflects on Nelson...
Porous border is smugglers' paradise
Porous border is smugglers' paradise
'It is boring sitting in an office," says Captain Hamilton Madona as he steers his army bakkie along a pitted military road north of Musina, a...
Non-tariff barriers block SADC goods flow
Non-tariff barriers block SADC goods flow
While the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has moved towards liberalising trade to make the flow of goods between countries easier and...
Trade talks overshadow India, Brazil, SA meeting
Trade talks overshadow India, Brazil, SA meeting
The struggling global trade negotiations are looming large over a South Africa-India-Brazil summit this week, after the United States said the...
US Africa Command: Aid crusader or meddling giant?
US Africa Command: Aid crusader or meddling giant?
The United States military presents its new Africa Command (Africom) as a helping hand offering aid and training to the world's poorest continent,...
Zim meltdown: SA keeps counsel
Zim meltdown: SA keeps counsel
South Africa has steadfastly refused to join in the chorus of criticism of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe despite paying an ever higher price...
Mbeki botched legacy over Zim, analysts say
Mbeki botched legacy over Zim, analysts say
South African President Thabo Mbeki's failure to criticise neighbouring Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe has weakened his international stature,...

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