The new rules are an improvement, but proper implementation is vital, writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
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Melania Trump got a different view of educating children as she visited an African primary school that has benefited from US assistance but struggles with an enrollment of more than 8 500 students.
Across Rwanda, markets selling piles of cast-off clothes once worn by Americans have become the unlikely centre of a trade war that vendors say is ruining their livelihoods.
According to the latest report on voting practices at the UN, South Africa voted with the US on nine occasions and against it 68 times in 2017.
Members of the Pan African parliament have reportedly decried the United States' plan to implement major reductions in foreign aid.
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has denied that her office received direct funding from foreign donors or that it had used consultants.
Malawi’s First Lady, Gertrude Matharika, has apologised to US “second lady” Jill Biden for the protests that prevented her from visiting humanitarian projects, the Nyasa Times reports.
Mozambique has lost half its elephants over the past five years, part of a wave of poaching driven by red-hot demand for ivory from fast-growing Asian economies.
An American diplomat and five journalists arrested alongside activists in Democratic Republic of Congo have been released.
The head of the Usaid says poor understanding of Ebola is undermining the fights against the epidemic, pointing out that the fever is harder to get than malaria.
The United States says it had cut funding to three Zimbabwean civil action groups citing "possible misuse" of money ahead of July 30 elections, the first vote since Robert Mugabe was ousted.
South Africa will not be intimidated by recent threats from the US to cut aid to countries that vote against them at the United Nations, says International Relations and Cooperation Deputy Minister Luwellyn Landers.
The United States has said it will spend another $575m to help the millions facing starvation and violence amid wars and unrest in Yemen, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Somalia.
A former senior manager at the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute has been arrested in the US for allegedly misappropriating approximately $230 000 of United States Agency for International Development funding in South Africa.
Southern Africa's worst drought in decades is affecting millions of people needing millions in aid.
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Senzeni Zokwana has rejected a bid for the commercialisation of genetically modified potatoes in South Africa.
South Sudan's army has carried out 'grave' human rights abuses in an all-out offensive that has cut off aid from half a million people.
The US State Department says it is reviewing some of its secretive democracy-promotion programmes in hostile countries.
Israeli soldiers shot and wounded 10 Palestinians near the West Bank town of Ramallah during a protest.
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