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African Union calls for peace in South Africa amid deadly unrest

The African Union Commission has condemned the violence in South Africa that has left 72 people dead. Protests against the jailing of former president Jacob...

At least 45 killed in pro-Zuma violent protests in South Africa

At least 45 people have been killed amid the violent protests taking place in some provinces in South Africa over the jailing of former...

South Africa: Military deployed amid deadly unrest over Zuma’s jailing

Soldiers have been deployed to areas in South Africa where deadly protests have continued to take place over the jailing of former president Jacob...

South Africa: Violent protests spread over jailing of Jacob Zuma

Violent pro-Zuma protests have taken place in South Africa over the jailing of former president, Jacob Zuma. Police say more than 60 protesters have been...

Botswana announces discovery of another huge diamond

Botswana has announced another discovery of a huge rough diamond, toppling an earlier huge discovery of the stone. The discovery on June 12 was carried...

Mozambique: Inquiry confirms forced prostitution in prisons

An inquiry in Mozambique has confirmed reports of forced prostitution in a women’s prison. Last month Anti-corruption organisation the Centre for Public Integrity (CIP) revealed that...

South Africa: Jacob Zuma in prison to serve 15-month jail term

Former South African president, Jacob Zuma has handed himself over to the police and has now been admitted to prison to serve his 15-month...

Zambia’s ex-president Kaunda buried despite family’s protest

Zambia’s first president Kenneth Kaunda has been buried at a memorial site for former presidents. He was laid to rest on Wednesday at the Embassy...

Zambia: Kaunda’s family sues government over burial plans

Some relatives of former Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda have gone to court to try to stop his burial at the Embassy Park national site in...

Chatbots: The solution to SA’s service delivery woes?

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently said that communities and businesses are becoming increasingly intolerant of municipalities that can neither deliver basic services nor conduct...

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