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Some people in Beira are so hungry that they are scooping rotting rice from the flood waters
Secret recordings showed members of the party seeking donations from the NRA apparently in return for trying to loosen Australia's tight gun laws
As the uncertainty of Brexit continues, it could have implications for one of world football's biggest leagues, the Premier League
Move draws condemnation from both the president's rival Democrats and fellow Republicans, who warned it was an abuse of presidential powers
More evidence relating to the controversial firm’s alleged role in the state capture project will be revealed this week
The opposition is being extra vigilant over ballot boxes in the 2019 polls
While aid workers have been rushing to bring emergency aid to the hundreds of thousands of affected people, there is a need to focus on sanitation
Murder charges against Harry Gwala District mayor Mluleki Ndobe have been provisionally withdrawn, the Umzimkhulu magistrates court heard on Monday
Head of the commission's legal team announces former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi will testify this week
Initially, when Eskom made its tariff application, it was estimated it would cause 150 000 job losses while hastening the demise of the gold sector
Mueller report clears Russian collusion claims, but does not exonerate Trump of obstruction of justice.
Jose Filomeno dos Santos was released from prison on Sunday where he had been held for seven months in an embezzlement case
This is not the first time the Free State government’s alleged links to the Guptas has been raised at the Zondo commission
Saud al-Qahtani is reportedly not among those indicted by Saudi Arabia over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Robert Mueller's long-awaited report confirms Russian collusion and obstruction of justice in Donald Trump's 2016 presidental election.
The people of Togo are feeling disillusioned with the country's opposition leaders, saying that they were "deceived" and "disappointed"
Key judgement affecting Surve-linked Ayo is set to be handed down on Monday, as PIC witness identities kept under wraps due to safety concerns
Once considered a beacon of democracy and stability in Africa, Mali in recent years has been dogged by a coup, civil war and Islamist terrorism
City of Cape Town could use its golf courses and bowling greens for low cost housing, says report
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