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South Africa says gas-to-power projects to cost around $3.7b
7 Oct 2016
South Africa’s planned gas-to-power projects will cost around 50 billion rand ($3.7 billion) and will require 1.6 million tonnes a year of gas imports, department of energy ...
Nigeria, South Africa seek redemption in World Cup
6 Oct 2016
Africa Cup of Nations flops Nigeria and South Africa face tricky matches in Zambia and Burkina Faso this weekend when the group phase of 2018 World Cup qualifying kicks off.
Zuma to be quizzed by South Africa watchdog
5 Oct 2016
South African President Jacob Zuma will be questioned by the country's top watchdog Thursday over alleged misconduct including allowing a wealthy Indian migrant family to choose ministers, officials said.
South Africa students, police clash in bitter campus battle
4 Oct 2016
South African police fired rubber bullets, stun grenades and teargas at student protesters in Johannesburg on Tuesday as authorities tried to re-open the prestigious Wits University after weeks of demonstrations.
Tutu discharged from hospital
21 Sep 2016
South African anti-apartheid leader and Nobel Peace laureate Desmond Tutu was discharged from hospital Wednesday following his re-admission on Saturday, his family said.
Violent clashes in South Africa over student fees
20 Sep 2016
South African students and campus security guards clashed in Johannesburg on Tuesday, hurling rocks at each other as demonstrations over higher fees turned violent.
South Africa allows university fee hikes as protests loom
19 Sep 2016
South Africa on Monday gave universities the go-ahead to raise student fees by up to eight percent, as campuses braced for a resurgence of protests that shook the government last year.
Tutu readmitted to hospital
17 Sep 2016
South African retired archbishop and anti-apartheid icon Desmond Tutu was on Saturday readmitted to hospital in Cape Town just days after being discharged following surgery, his family said.
South Africa is not in recession - Gordhan
16 Sep 2016
South Africa’s current account deficit narrowed more than expected in the second quarter, data showed on Tuesday, supporting Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s view that Africa’s most industrialised economy was not in “recession territory”.
South African prosecutors bid to extend Pistorius sentence
15 Sep 2016
Prosecutors in South Africa said Thursday they would launch a new legal push for a tougher sentence for Paralympic star Oscar Pistorius, who was jailed for six years for murdering his girlfriend.
South Africa bans anti-gay US pastor
13 Sep 2016
South Africa on Tuesday banned a Holocaust-denying, anti-gay American pastor from entering the country, after an outcry from rights groups over his characterisation of gays as "sodomites" and "paedophiles".
Zuma pays $500,000 bill over house scandal
12 Sep 2016
South African President Jacob Zuma has paid back $542,000 of public money spent refurbishing his private home, his office said Monday, in a controversy that has dominated his second term in office.