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BRICS important in Africa’s power supply equation – experts

BRICS important in Africa’s power supply equation – experts

The World Bank study showed that China is a significant player, while India and Russia are just starting.

South Africa High Court blocks Zuma’s ICC withdrawal

South Africa High Court blocks Zuma’s ICC withdrawal

The ICC strongly criticised the government of President Jacob Zuma for not arresting Sudanese leader Omar Bashir.

China, South Africa to boost BRICS cooperation

China, South Africa to boost BRICS cooperation

South African Foreign Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane was in Beijing Sunday to discuss bilateral relations.

Emerging markets see billions in inflow

Emerging markets see billions in inflow

Currencies and stocks also gained in most of the tracked 26 emerging economies.

South Africa’s State of the Nation Address fell into ‘shameful theatrics’

South Africa’s State of the Nation Address fell into ‘shameful theatrics’

Some fear that South Africa is becoming increasingly divided.

AU praises African economies, blasts Trump

AU praises African economies, blasts Trump

"The country to whom our people were taken as slaves ... has decided to ban refugees," the AU chief said.

South Africa recognizes Barrow as Gambian president

South Africa recognizes Barrow as Gambian president

Barrow was sworn in at the Gambian embassy in Dakar, Senegal.

Zuma calls on embattled ANC to unite

Zuma calls on embattled ANC to unite

There have been some in the senior ANC cadre calling for Zuma to step down following allegations of corruption.

South Africa on high alert against typhoid

South Africa on high alert against typhoid

The warning comes after dozens in neighboring Zimbabwe appear to have contracted the disease.

South Africa to hike petrol prices this week

South Africa to hike petrol prices this week

The rand weakened against the dollar since mid-December, while international oil prices continued to crawl upward.