Ramaphosa assures Ethiopia's PM of measures against xenophobia
He gave the assurance after his talks in Pretoria with Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
17 prisoners starve to death in Kinshasa
Prisoners' families and NGOs said that the government was not supplying food or medicine to the jail and around 100 more inmates were gravely ill.
50 killed by Boko Haram on island bordering Chad & Cameroon
The attack on the remote village took place before Christmas when Jihadis approached the fishing village disguised as traders.
Kigali houses near wetlands destroyed after floods, mudslides
Residents complain they have not received the promised compensation. Kigali authorities say the hundreds of houses have been destroyed to save lives.
Home Affairs: Tshwane UNHCR protesters can live legally in SA
The Department of Home Affairs on Thursday said it’s checked their status and was now trying to get them to return to their places of residence in South Africa.
Pandor: African countries must condemn Morocco's occupation of Western Sahara
The minister was speaking at a memorial service she hosted for the Western Sahara Ambassador Radhi Bashir who died last week.
Faki confident Ramaphosa can lead AU goal of ending conflict in Africa
African Union (AU) commission head Moussa Faki Mahamat said silencing the guns was a challenging goal for the AU next year, particularly with the rise of terrorism and transnational organised crime.
Pandor: UNSC didn’t discuss refugees who want to leave SA
More than 180 of the refugees appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court on Monday and insisted they wanted to be moved to a country where they would be safe from xenophobic attacks.
Police call for reinforcements as refugees move into parking lot at UNHCR
They are responding to a court order from Wednesday, giving them three days to end their sit-in outside the UN premises.
Rule rules authorities must assist refugees camping outside UNHCR offices
By next week, officials should start drawing up a list of protesters legally in the country as refugees and asylum seekers and deporting those who are not.
Number of foreign nationals at Pretoria UNHCR increase amid looming court action
The residents' associations of Brooklyn and Waterkloof are seeking a court order forcing the Tshwane metropolitan authority, South African Police Service and Department of Home Affairs to move the refugees.
Pretoria residents head to court to help refugees camping at UNHCR offices
Refugees have been sleeping at the centre for weeks now, demanding to be moved to safety, away from the xenophobic attacks that they have suffered in South Africa.
DA to raise plight of protesting asylum seekers in Parliament
Democratic Alliance (DA) MP Adrian Roos, a member of the parliamentary portfolio committee on Home Affairs, said government and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) should clarify the matter.
Refugees vow to continue sit-in at UNHCR office until they're helped to leave SA
The refugees, mostly from the Democratic Republic of Congo, said their sit-in was drawing more support daily.
JEAN-JACQUES CORNISH: Thomas Cook’s hit on Tunisian tourism
Jean-Jacques Cornish says Tunisia’s hopes of reviving its tourism sector will be hindered by the collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook.
JEAN-JACQUES CORNISH: It’s crunch time for refugees everywhere
The spotlight is being turned on the plight of refuges across the globe by the United Nations General Assembly starting in New York, writes Jean-Jacques Cornish.
JEAN-JACQUES CORNISH: Tunisia, no longer the African success story?
Young people say the candidates for the upcoming elections do not represent their aspirations for a country they maintain is no long the African success story, writes Jean-Jacques Cornish.
Britain’s Lord Hain: History will judge Robert Mugabe harshly
Hain called the ousted Zimbabwe president a classical example of a liberator who betrayed the values of the struggle he championed.