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Zuma: Iran occupies a special place in our struggle against apartheid

2016-04-24 14:43

President Jacob Zuma has praised Iran's 1979 revolution at the start of a three-day state visit which he said could "dramatically expand trade" with the Islamic republic.

This rare rally car sold for R1.4-million in SA

2016-04-04 15:24

A rare Alpine 110 1600S rally car, part of a selection of classic cars up for auction, has been sold for a staggering R1.4-million.

Dirco denies arrest of SA diplomat in Norway

2016-01-05 14:29

The international relations department has denied claims by the DA that an official at the South African embassy in Norway has been arrested for drunken driving.

Xi to give speech at opening of Paris climate conference

2015-11-25 13:17

China has announced that President Xi Jinping will give a speech at the opening of a key climate change conference in Paris later this month, before making state visits to South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Dream turns sour for Ethiopian migrants jailed in Malawi

2015-10-14 07:36

The dream of a new life in SA has turned into a nightmare for hundreds of Ethiopian migrants held in overcrowded Malawian jails despite having served their sentences for illegal entry.

PICS: Lions rescued from circuses coming to SA

2015-09-01 12:12

A group of 33 lions, rescued from ten circuses in Peru and Colombia, will be relocated to a sanctuary in Limpopo next month.

DA abusing the office of the public protector - ANC chief whip

2015-06-23 13:22

The ANC says the DA has a political agenda in asking the Public Protector to investigate the circumstances in which Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir left South Africa recently.

Tesla: Huge battery market in SA

2015-06-16 09:40

Tesla Motors' chief technology officer says South Africa can be a "huge market" for battery storage as rolling blackouts stifle factory production.

US welcomes SA poultry deal

2015-06-07 20:00

The American Poultry & Egg Export Council says it's looking forward to working with SA on implementing a new agreement regarding chicken products.

Over 400 Mozambicans deported from SA

2015-05-16 17:03

More than 400 Mozambicans have returned home after being deported from South Africa.

 

Zuma arrives in Iran

2016-04-24 10:41

President Jacob Zuma, accompanied by six cabinet ministers and a business delegation, has arrived in Iran for a state visit, the Presidency says.

Zuma arrives in Nigeria for state visit

2016-03-08 06:34

President Jacob Zuma arrived in Abuja, Nigeria on Monday for a two-day state visit at the invitation of President Muhammadu Buhari.

SA minister blasts Grace over rape comment

2015-12-09 18:04

South Africa’s Women Affairs minister Susan Shabangu has slammed Zimbabwe first lady Grace Mugabe's comments about women wearing miniskirts deserving to be raped.

Fed suspense grips Africa Central Banks

2015-11-16 21:00

Central banks at three corners of Africa - South Africa, Ghana and Kenya - have a last chance in coming days to prepare their economies for any liftoff in US interest rates.

SA hunting reserve caters to bow and arrow hunters

2015-09-02 13:58

At South African hunting reserve, US bow hunters lie in wait for antelope and other wildlife.

At least 1 418 Zim bodies repatriated from SA – report

2015-07-07 11:41

At least 1 418 bodies of Zimbabweans were repatriated into the country from South Africa in the past six months, Zimbabwean officials have said, according to a report.

Mystery surrounds BA stowaways

2015-06-19 12:30

A suspected stowaway is being treated in a London hospital after being found unconscious on a British Airways flight from Johannesburg after the plane had landed, British police say.

Poultry deal with US will assure SA access

2015-06-08 11:38

An agreement with the US to allow chicken exports to SA will ensure that products maintain access to the US through the African Growth and Opportunity Act.

BHP Billiton puts Exxon project on back burner

2015-05-19 17:00

BHP Billiton is putting its Scarborough liquefied natural gas project with Exxon Mobil in Australia on the back burner amid lower prices and competition from the US.

Stop hiring Zimbabweans, Botswana farmers told

2015-04-29 13:26

Botswana has reportedly barred local farmers from employing "cheap" Zimbabwean workers, saying farmers should pay farm workers well so that they can attract Batswana to work in their farms.

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