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South Africa’s Eskom Should Be Split, Experts To Advise President

JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's Eskom could be split into three separate firms under proposals from experts President Cyril Ramaphosa has hired to help revive...

South Africa Withdraws Corruption Charges Against Zuma’s Son Duduzane Provisionally

JOHANNESBURG - South African prosecutors on Thursday provisionally withdrew corruption charges against Duduzane Zuma, the son of former president Jacob Zuma. Duduzane Zuma faced charges...

Zimbabwe Update: Ramaphosa Calls for Lifting of Sanctions, Impeachment Fears, Crackdown Condemned

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa called on Tuesday for sanctions against Zimbabwe to be lifted and said the South African government was in discussions...

WhatsApp Limits Users to 5 Text Forwards to Curb Rumours

Facebook Inc's WhatsApp is limiting worldwide the number of times a user can forward a message to five, starting yesterday, as the popular messaging...

Zuma’s Deal to Record Anti-Apartheid Songs for Project Makes Global News

News of Jacob Zuma's record deal with the eThekwini Municipality is making global news as Reuters reports today that the former South African president...

Zimbabwe Crackdown Challenged in Court, Opposition Leaders in Hiding

Legal challenges to a brutal clampdown on dissent by Zimbabwe's government were set in motion on Monday, as fears that the country is veering...

South Africa Turned Down Zimbabwe Request for $1.2 Billion Loan in December

South Africa turned down a request from its southern African neighbour Zimbabwe for a $1.2 billion loan in December, a spokesman for the finance...

Congo Political Crisis Deepens as Top Court Rejects Vote Challenge

Congo's political standoff deepened on Sunday after the top court backed the contested presidential election victory of Felix Tshisekedi, then his main rival rejected...

10 UN Peacekeepers Killed in Attack in Northern Mali

BAMAKO - Ten U.N. peacekeepers were killed and several were wounded while repelling an attack by armed assailants near a village in northern Mali...

Zimbabwe Crackdown a Sign of Things to Come Says President’s Spokesperson

HARARE - A crackdown last week on protests in Zimbabwe is a foretaste of how the government will respond to future unrest, the president's...

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