President Cyril Ramaphosa is on a working visit to Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where he will participate in the 10th high-level meeting of the regional oversight mechanism of the peace, security and co-operation framework.
US bank calls claim over transfers to former minister ‘baseless’
One person has been arrested after a powerful explosion killed at least 63 and injured 40
Market aims to enable companies to issue billions in instruments and for trading in a secondary market
Vicky Ford says the financing aim to expand opportunities for private sector investment in low-carbon projects
Prime minister inaugurates electricity production from the country’s often controversial multibillion-dollar Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
But the WHO says because it was an imported case from Pakistan, the detection did not affect the region’s wild poliovirus-free status
French president indicates the EU will support intervention
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio says leaders will use EU-AU summit to remind their European counterparts that ‘there are human beings on the other ...
The exit of French troops stokes fears of regional instability as 'terrorism has engulfed Mali'
Al-Shabaab attacks police stations ahead of much-delayed presidential election
Coup in January overthrew president Roch Kabore, who was accused of failing to deal with deadly insurgency
BioNTech says it plans to ship BioNTainers to Rwanda, Senegal and potentially SA
Global shipping traffic was disrupted in 2021 when one of the world’s largest container ships got stuck in the southern section of the waterway
Security forces arrest three high-profile members of task force working to dismantle former president Omar al-Bashir’s rule
Fighters arrive to shore up UN-backed interim prime minister’s rule after parliament ousted him
A British Medical Journal investigation has found BioNTech, Pfizer’s partner on the main vaccine supplied in SA, allegedly tried to undermine efforts by the WHO
Fathi Bashagha named as new prime minister in a move that could turn the political crisis in the north African state into armed confrontation
Assailants allegedly fired bullets at Abdulhamid al-Dbeibah’s car as political jostling intensifies