South Africa's parliament to launch inquiry into mines minister Zwane
South Africa's parliament will launch an investigation into allegations of influence-peddling against mines minister Mosebenzi Zwane, its oversight committee on mineral resources department said on Wednesday.
Lighthouse Research's Pigat sees reason for optimism in South Africa
Lighthouse Research Founder and Chief Economist Jean-Paul Pigat discusses the future of South Africa's credit rating.
South Africa's ANC decides to remove Jacob Zuma: source
A senior source in South Africa's African National Congress party says its executive committee decided to "recall," or remove, President Jacob Zuma as head of state.
Zuma's D-day near as Ramaphosa promises power transition
The top leadership of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress will finalize the issue of transferring power from President Jacob Zuma to a new administration, party leader Cyril Ramaphosa said.
Diaspora voting - INEC meets with Nigerians in South Africa
Diaspora voting - INEC meets with Nigerians in South Africa.
Supporters and critics of Zuma hold rival protests in South Africa
South Africa's ruling party faced one of its biggest challenges, struggling to resolve a leadership crisis amid increasing calls for scandal-tainted President Jacob Zuma to resign.
At least 12 dead in South African train crash
At least a dozen people have been killed in South Africa after a passenger train hit a truck at a level crossing.
The island of Saint Helena, a top destination for Napoleon buffs
It's an island so remote that it takes a five-day boat ride from South Africa's Cape Town just to get there. But the voyage to Saint Helena is definitely worth it. This largely unspoilt British territory is home to barely 4,000 people.