For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
The Philippines banned two US senators and threatened to introduce visa restrictions for Americans entering the country, the president's spokesperson said on Friday, if Washington pushes ahead with sanctions against Filipino officials involved in jailing a leading opposition leader.
A US Navy destroyer has collided with a Philippine-flagged container ship off the coast of Japan, leaving seven crew from the American vessel unaccounted for, the Japanese Coast Guard says.
Philippine security forces kill 89 Islamist militants during more than a week of fighting in a southern city but the gunmen are still offering strong resistance and holding hostages.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte signs an executive order that will impose a wide-ranging ban on smoking in public.
US forces will gain access to more military bases in the Philippines than the five already announced, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter says as he began a visit to the longstanding Asian ally.
A bomb has exploded on a pedestrian overpass in a southern Philippine town threatened by Muslim rebels in the past, killing a student and wounding 16 other, police and military officials say.
A ball of fire and explosions has ripped through a munitions depot at the Philippine army’s headquarters near the financial district in manila, injuring 25 people.
Four people, including the mayor of a southern Philippine town and his wife, have been killed in an ambush outside Manila international airport’s passenger terminal, its general manager says.
Ride-sharing app Uber faces a month-long suspension in the Philippines, in its latest run-in with authorities around the world.
Philippine airstrikes aimed at ISIS militants who are holding hostages as human shields kill 11 soldiers.
Army tanks packed with soldiers roll into Philippine city amid sounds of gunfire and explosions after militants torched buildings.
Countries thinking of leaving the International Criminal Court should instead work within the system to improve the court, a UN spokesperson says.
One person has been killed and 37 others injured after a suspended bomb exploded outside a bus depot in the southern Philippine port of Zamboanga, the city mayor says.
A Philippine has been jailed for life for forcing young scantily-clad women to torture or kill animals for the sexual gratification of online customers, a court official says. WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO
Tens of thousands of Philippine survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan face long-term problems finding permanent homes and jobs half a year after the disaster, the Red Cross says.
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