The credibility and reputation of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane was dealt another blow when the Gauteng High Court made a personal costs order against her – the second in as many weeks.
Morocco's leading rights group has condemned what it termed the "regression of human rights" and a growing number of political detainees in the North African state.
An official from the Polisario Front fighting for the independence of the Western Sahara has blamed Morocco for the resignation of a UN envoy to the disputed territory.
Cairo will do all it can to preserve crucial ties with Saudi Arabia, experts say, after an Egyptian court ruled against government plans to transfer control of two islands to Riyadh.
The US embassy in Nigeria has said that Nigerians were welcome to travel to the United States following confusion over President Donald Trump's new immigration rules.
Dozens of Egyptians protested across the country because they were unable to get their share of subsidised bread, says police.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has kicked off a lavish ceremony to unveil a "new" Suez Canal, as Egypt seeks to boost its economy and international standing by expanding the vital waterway.
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