Daily Archives: March 26, 2014

South Africa: Residents Flee As Heavy Rains Hit South Africa

When heavy rains hit the northwestern parts of South Africa in early March, few expected it to cause the devastation it has now inflicted.

One of the worst affected areas is Limpopo province, where the

South Africa: United States – South Africa Strategic Dialogue: Fifth Annual Bilateral Forum to advance bilateral partnership

The Department of International Cooperation and Relations hosted the U.S. Mission in Pretoria for the fifth Annual Bilateral Forum (ABF) under the United States – South Africa Strategic Dialogue. The Forum was co-chaired by U.S.

South Africa: Does the Democratic Alliance Really Deliver?

In the run-up to South Africa’s May 7 election, the Democratic Alliance has been pushing out a steady stream of “fast-facts” and statistics highlighting its performance in Cape Town and the Western Cape. This is

Nigeria: Henry Okah’s Terrorism Conviction – a Year On

Just over a year ago, South Africa’s Protection of Constitutional Democracy against Terrorism and Related Activities Act had not been used for cases outside the country’s borders.

That Henry Okah was prosecuted on charges related

CUBA, SOUTH AFRICA CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

PRETORIA, March 26– The documentary Mandela and Fidel, by US director Estela Bravo, was screened at the University of Free State, as part of the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between …