I warned that the EFF's total disregard for the rules would cause serious problems in years to come, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
More sun than clouds. Warm.
A major 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday in the Caribbean between Jamaica and Cuba, triggering a brief tsunami alert and sending hundreds of people pouring onto the streets of Havana.
It seems the ANC is just as surprised as most people by news reports that former president Jacob Zuma had taken ill and is undergoing treatment in Cuba.
The US moved to further hurt Cuba's vital tourism industry by tightening the ability of the country's airlines to lease aircraft.
A transgender couple married in Cuba this week, a first on the island nation where sexual minorities have long suffered discrimination.
The Trump administration clamped down on US tourist visits to Cuba Tuesday, aiming to cut the flow of dollars to a country that Washington accuses of helping prop up Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
In our foreign policy, we have to balance our interests. There is nothing wrong with rethinking our relationships with countries that were on our side in the fight against apartheid, writes Phumlani Majozi.
The meteorite came down in pieces just outside the city of Vinales. WATCH.
A tornado and pounding rains have smashed into the eastern part of Cuba's capital
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Cuba's President Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel have vowed to expand their strategic and friendly relations.
Cuba is not an example of success. It is non-democratic and one of the world’s leading human rights abusers that brutally controls an impoverished and desperate population, writes Howard Feldman.
Cuba's first prime minister in more than four decades - long-serving tourism minister Manuel Marrero - took office Saturday as the country resurrected a post last held by Fidel Castro.
Hillary Clinton has posted a joke letter on Twitter supposedly sent by John F Kennedy during the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, written in the excitable style of US President Donald Trump's recent letter to Turkey.
About 60 000 classic cars fill the streets of Cuba, and a trip isn't complete without a ride. Cubans have used their ingenuity to keep these decades-old cars on the streets.
A great source of pride for communist Cuba is a medical corps that has fanned out across the globe for decades to help people in troubled or poor countries.
When South Africa reintegrated into international affairs, our foreign policy was conceptualised under Nelson Mandela's leadership. We live by the maxim that we "are at peace with the world and ourselves", writes Ndivhuwo Mabaya.
Cubans were asked to send an overwhelming message of approval for the country's communist system as its founding generation of geriatric former guerrillas cedes the public spotlight to a new class of middle-aged bureaucrats.
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Cubans will be able to get full internet access on their mobile phones, but the service will still be unaffordable to many.
A multiparty delegation from Parliament is currently in Cuba and has "unanimously agreed that an intervention is required to address the concerns raised by South African medical students studying in Cuba".
A total of 260 students sent to study medicine in Cuba have returned to South Africa and will soon be helping with the health of the nation, the KwaZulu-Natal Health Department has said.
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