Africa

35 mins ago | June 27, 2022

NEW: 22 young people die in South African tavern

  South African authorities are investigating the deaths of at least 22 young people found inside a popular tavern ...

2 weeks ago | June 16, 2022

NEW: Dozens still missing two months after SA’s worst floods

  NEARLY 90 people are still missing two months after the worst floods in living memory swept through South ...

2 weeks ago | June 15, 2022

NEW: Moza’s female force policing violence against women

  An angry husband grabs his wife and raises his fist to strike her.   But the gesture isn’t real ...

3 weeks ago | June 6, 2022

NEW: Police lock station in fear of crime

  WHEN it gets dark in Ga-Rankuwa — which is near Pretoria, South Africa — the police lock themselves in the ...

4 weeks ago | June 1, 2022

NEW: Get greater involvement in STEM, Africa urged

  Africans have been called on to get more involved in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to ...

1 month ago | May 25, 2022

NEW: Africa Day: AU harps on nutrition

  TODAY, May 25, the continent celebrates Africa Day, which marks the anniversary of the signing of the OAU ...

3 months ago | March 17, 2022

NEW: Africa’s groundwater reserves in face of climate change

  Groundwater reserves in Africa are estimated to be 20 times larger than the water stored in lakes and reservoirs ...

6 months ago | December 26, 2021

Anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Tutu dies

  SOUTH AFRICAN anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has died.   He was 90.   ...

8 months ago | October 22, 2021

‘We will come after you’

PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday marked the 35th anniversary of the death of Mozambique’s first president Samora ...

Africa’s glaciers to melt

AFRICA’S fabled eastern glaciers will vanish in two decades, 118 million poor people face immanent drought, floods or ...

Reflection on Mwalimu Julius Nyerere

Catherine Mbaga and Alex Nelson Malanga THE period of October 14-24, marks the final journey of Mwalimu Julius Kambarage ...

9 months ago | September 24, 2021

SA’s long walk to freedom

Alef Meulenberg THE struggle against systemic apartheid may be over, but that doesn’t mean South Africa is truly at ...

11 months ago | July 23, 2021

New dawn beckons for Africa

Tirivanhu Kateera Correspondent LAST month this writer wrote an opinion piece titled ‘West should come clean on ...

11 months ago | July 20, 2021

SA court postpones Zuma’s corruption trial

  THE long-running corruption trial of former South African president Jacob Zuma, who is currently serving a ...

11 months ago | July 17, 2021

Remain peaceful, Zimbabweans in SA urged

  Post Reporter   ZIMBABWEANS in South Africa have been urged to remain peaceful and desist from partaking in ...