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Ex-South African President Zuma to Attend ‘Prejudiced’ Corruption Inquiry Says Lawyer

JOHANNESBURG - Jacob Zuma - who was unseated as South African president last year over corruption allegations - will attend the Zondo judicial inquiry...

Zimbabwe Ends Decade of Dollarisation in New Currency Reform

HARARE - On Monday Zimbabwe ended a decade of dollarisation, making its interim currency the country's sole legal tender in a step towards relaunching...

South Africa’s Super Rugby Faces Challenges as Players Lured Abroad

South Africa will have no sides in the semi-finals of Super Rugby for only the second time in 16 years, but it could unfortunately...

Don’t Expect Debt Relief, United States Warns Africa

African countries running up debt they won't be able to pay back - including to China - should not expect to be bailed out...

South Africa’s Cricketers Despondent After Early World Cup Elimination

South Africa's cricket players expressed bitter disappointment and even embarrassment after their elimination from the World Cup was ensured by their loss to Pakistan...

South Africa Down But Not Out of World Cup

South Africa can take inspiration from Sri Lanka's upset win over hosts England and string together victories to keep their slim World Cup hopes...

Mandela’s Widow Graca Machel Warns Leaders of Failure to End World Hunger

ROME - The world is nowhere near to achieving a global goal to end hunger and malnutrition by 2030 because of a lack of...

South Africa’s MultiChoice Looks to Lay Off More Than 2,000 Workers

JOHANNESBURG - South African pay-television firm MultiChoice Group is planning to lay off more than 2,000 workers in South Africa in a shake-up of...

South Africa’s Reserve Bank Expected to Cut Rates Soon

South Africa's Reserve Bank will probably cut interest rates next month or in September to boost the country's economy, a Reuters poll found on...

Rand Falls After Ramaphosa Speech Seen Lacking Details

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar in early trade on Friday, as markets digested President Cyril Ramaphosa's state of the nation...

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