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Healthy, smiling Grace Mugabe in SA with hubby

2015-04-08 12:10

Contrary to media reports that Grace Mugabe was gravely ill and suffering from cancer, Zimbabwe’s first lady appeared healthy and cheerful when she jetted in SA with her husband President Robert Mugabe.

Don't border-jump into SA, you'll die - Zim VP

2015-03-14 16:01

School pupils should not try to jump the border into SA they might go back "in a coffin carrying flowers on your chest", Zimbabwe Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko has reportedly said.

SA woman in Botswana court for illegal possession of ivory

2015-02-24 11:18

A South African woman and a man from Botswana have appeared in court in Maun for alleged illegal possession of ivory weighing 52.4kg, a report says.

Zim man in Botswana court for false ID

2015-01-14 20:21

A Zimbabwean man has appeared in Botswana’s Molepolole Magistrate’s Court for allegedly obtaining an identity card illegally last year.

SA warned against fighting Boko Haram in Nigeria

2015-01-14 11:15

A military expert has reportedly warned that South Africa would be under threat if SA soldiers join African Union forces in the fight against Boko Haram militants in Nigeria.

Kabul police chief confirms SA deaths in city

2014-11-30 14:49

Kabul police chief, General Zahir Zahir, has stepped down after he confirmed that three South Africans - a father and his two children - and an Afghan citizen have been killed in an attack on a foreign compound.

SA woman in Kenya coke bust

2014-11-26 06:18

A 45-year-old South African woman has been in arrested in Kenya for allegedly being in possession of cocaine with a street value of R1.7 million.

Mbeki, Motlanthe, Zuma 'must apologise to Zimbabweans'

2014-11-20 12:21

South Africa must apologise to Zimbabweans for the delayed release of a critical report detailing the "2002 electoral theft" blamed on President Robert Mugabe and his party Zanu PF, a group says.

SA concerned by Burkina Faso protests

2014-10-31 17:46

Government have expressed concern at the political developments in Burkina Faso, the international relations department says.

SA 'has obligation to probe Zim torture officials'

2014-10-30 06:03

The Constitutional Court is expected to hand down judgment on whether South African authorities should investigate claims of torture against senior Zimbabwean officials.

 

The reclusive SA entrepreneur who made R5bn from Nando’s

2015-03-20 13:58

The fast-growing spicy-chicken chain has 1 100 locations in 22 countries, helping make its original backer, Dick Enthoven, a billionaire.

Force used to crush freedom in Africa - report

2015-02-25 16:57

A worrying picture of ongoing human rights abuse, particularly in Southern Africa, has been painted by Amnesty International in its 2014/2015 yearly report.

Zim Gukurahundi killings 'a Western conspiracy'

2015-02-16 08:43

Zimbabwe’s Gukurahundi massacres which saw up to 20 000 villagers and opponents of President Robert Mugabe killed in mid-1980s, was a conspiracy of the UK, US and apartheid-era, a report says.

Tanzania ready to take on DRC rebels - Kikwete

2015-01-14 16:17

Tanzania is ready to take on Rwandan rebels in eastern DRC, President Jakaya Kikwete says, suggesting a joint offensive with the UN-backed, South African forces is imminent.

SA-China ties strengthened: Zuma

2014-12-06 22:28

Ties between South Africa and China have been strengthened during a diplomatic visit to the East Asian country, President Jacob Zuma says.

SA dad, kids killed in Kabul - reports

2014-11-30 10:53

The department of international relations is checking up on reports that three South Africans have been killed in an attack in Afghanistan.

No vendetta against EFF, says Botswana govt

2014-11-21 16:00

The Botswana government does not have a vendetta against members of South Africa’s EFF, Labour and Home Affairs Minister Edwin Batshu says.

SA boys living on the streets of Brazil back home

2014-11-06 12:56

Two South African boys who had been living on the streets in Brazil after their mother was arrested for drug trafficking have arrived back in the country, the social development department says.

SAPS ordered to investigate Zim torture claims

2014-10-30 14:26

The Constitutional Court has ordered the SAPS to investigate claims of torture against senior Zimbabwean officials.

SA condemns Egypt attack

2014-10-29 11:42

The South African government has condemned last week’s attack in Egypt in which at least 30 soldiers were killed.

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