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SA takes up seat on UN Security Council

South Africa's tenure in the Security Council will be dedicated to the legacy of former president Nelson Mandela

This kills more than 700 of us each day. Now, the UN wants to do something about it.

In a historic first, the UN just held a high-level meeting on TB. There was one on lifestyle diseases too. But did these sittings achieve anything?

READ IN FULL: Trump’s address to the UN General Assembly

President Donald Trump’s addressed the United Nations General Assembly today where he emphasised that 'America is governed by Americans'

ANC hails SA’s election to UN Security Council as ‘victory for peace’

South Africa was elected on Friday to serve in the United Nations Security Council for the term 2019-2020 as a non-permanent member

Zimbabwe’s first shoppers keep on rolling

Grace Mugabe's eldest son, Russell Goreraza, has recently purchased two luxury Rolls-Royce limousines — worth a neat R70-million together

Iran’s president takes steps to boost tourism

With its glittering mosques and spectacular landscapes, Iran's new leaders are 
overhauling visa 
requirements to boost its tourism industry.

Omar al-Bashir address to bring unease to UN general assembly

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who faces international war crimes charges, could shake things up if he shows up at UN general assembly.

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