S.Africans fear that a proposed media bill could transform SAfrica's freedom to the autocracy of Zimbabwe.
While the South African government says its mining charter is on target, many in the country are unhappy.
Washington scrambles to prepare for the "Juba surge" in oil-rich Southern Sudan.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is urging Sudanese
authorities to make up for lost time in preparing for an independence
referendum early next year for the Southern Sudan.
Activists are demanding a shift in the country's policies which they say have left citizens
jobless and poor.
S.Africa’s ambassador to the U.S. is challenging
minority-owned business enterprises to take advantage of the continent’s tremendous opportunities.
Tanzania's schools are supposed to be free. But "free's fees" are making education
unaffordable to many.
Oxford's new Zulu-English dictionary for South Africa is the first update in four
Delta Air Lines Inc. has launched a new flight from the U.S. to
Liberia, becoming the first American carrier to serve the West African
nation that is recovering from more than a decade of civil war.
The year 2010 is proving to be the year of golden opportunities for South Africa as a nation.