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South Africa agrees to pay Marikana damages
18 Aug 2016
The South African government is to pay damages to victims of a 2012 police shooting that left 34 mineworkers dead and dozens wounded, the presidency said Thursday.
Creativity fiesta opens in South Africa
17 Aug 2016
The 2016 week-long Loeries creative festival has opened in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
South Africa's ANC under fire four years after Marikana massacre
16 Aug 2016
South African opposition parties on Tuesday slammed the ruling ANC for failing to deliver on its promises, four years after police killed 34 striking miners at Marikana in a massacre that shocked the world.
Drought ravages Lesotho as water is exported to South Africa
13 Aug 2016
His country is suffering through its worst drought in 35 years, but the vast and vital water reserves remain out of reach, destined instead for export to neighbouring South Africa.
South Africa’s utility suspends managers over nuclear documents leak
12 Aug 2016
South Africa’s state-run power utility Eskom said on Wednesday it had suspended two senior managers as part of an investigation into the leaking of documents in a court case involving Koeberg, Africa’s only nuclear power plant.
South Africa's ANC top brass meet after poor vote showing
11 Aug 2016
After suffering historic losses in South Africa's recent municipal elections, the top brass of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) gathered for talks Thursday over the party's declining support.
South Africa overtakes Nigeria as largest economy in dollar value
11 Aug 2016
Nigeria has lost its position as Africa’s largest economy to South African in dollar terms.
Pistorius injured in prison fall, treated in hospital
9 Aug 2016
South African athlete and convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius has returned to his cell after being treated in hospital for injuries from a fall, prison officials said Sunday, as his brother denied claims he had deliberately hurt himself.
South Africa's ANC soul-searches after vote haemorrhage
8 Aug 2016
The ruling African National Congress' historic losses in South Africa's local elections have called into question the leadership of President Jacob Zuma as head of the continent's most industrialised nation.
South Africa’s Zuma acknowledges historic election losses
8 Aug 2016
South African President Jacob Zuma, reeling from historic losses in local elections, at the weekend that voters “are sending out messages all around” and that his ruling African National Congress ...
ANC beaten in South African capital
6 Aug 2016
South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) suffered a historic defeat in the nation's capital to the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) in local elections, the electoral ...
ANC concedes local election defeat in key South Africa city
5 Aug 2016
South Africa's African National Congress (ANC) conceded defeat Friday in the city of Port Elizabeth as local election results underlined the declining popularity of the party that led the anti-apartheid struggle.