Africa
More support for North West female farmers MEC for Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development in the North West Province
MEC for Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development in the North West Province Ms. Manketsi Tlhape has encouraged female farmers to take a lead in the sustainable development
01 Oct 2018
A Passion for Conservation Through his realistic sculptures, Bruce Little is contributing towards Africa’s wildlife and land conservation
As I await Little’s arrival at the Cape Town International Airport, I can’t help but wonder if there wasn’t a better place to conduct this interview. But before
19 Feb 2018 - R. S.
Child protection Kids' right need to be protected
Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan once spoke about the importance of creating safe environments for children, saying: "There is no trust more sacred than the one the world
03 Jun 2016
BUSINESS Social media means more than just business in Africa
There is a reason you can access your Facebook account in Afrikaans, or Kiswahili, a language spoken across east and central Africa. There are 100 million active African users on
23 Sep 2014 - S. P.
ELECTRIFYING AFRICA Leadership talks to Powertech CEO Neil Kayton about the power business in a globalised world
One of the biggest problems South Africa currently faces is a lack of power, or more specifically, electricity. Recent years have shown, more clearly than ever, that power
04 Sep 2014 - R. S.
DONALD KABERUKA AfDB President is African of the Year
African Development Bank President, Donald Kaberuka, has been named African of the Year in recognition of spearheading the Africa50 Fund to mobilize the financing of infrastructure projects on the continent.
10 Nov 2013
AFRICA'S POTENTIAL The last untapped market
South Africa has joined a unique collaboration between top business schools in Brics countries to help business and investors find out how to make the most of emerging markets in Africa.
01 Nov 2013
Mozambican dream in danger Armed exploits by Renamo could shatter expectations
In recent years expectations have been high that Mozambique is on the brink of a bright and prosperous future. But these dreams have been shattered by a number of deadly attacks, allegedly by Renamo members.
02 Jul 2013 - G. C.
Zimbabwe and SADC stability Another disputed election and regional disruption on the cards
As the cat and mouse game around an election date for Zimbabwe continues, there is still much concern that another political crisis will ensue.
18 Jun 2013 - S. T.
Africa’s intervention force Is the dream of Africa's own military force finally coming true?
The aspirations of an all-African military force ready and capable of intervening in crisis situations on the continent can be traced back to 1963 and may finally become a reality.
18 Jun 2013 - G. C.
UN leads SANDF to action in DRC SA troops will make up defence against M23 rebels
Hard on the heels of a traumatic experience in the Central African Republic and amid concerns about the impact of meagre budget allocation, the SANDF is about to face its biggest challenge yet in the DRC.
28 May 2013
Central African Republic tragedy Real lesson gets lost as truth dies with SA soldiers in CAR
During political campaigning, as in war, truth is often the first victim. This has again been tragically and dangerously illustrated by the reaction from most quarters to the sad news of the death of 13 SA
02 Apr 2013 - P. C.
The US in Africa Africom commander upbeat while Africa remains sceptical
In recent testimony to the United States’ House Armed Services Committee, the soon-to-be-replaced commanding officer, General Carter Ham, was upbeat about the accomplishments and the future of the US Africa Com
02 Apr 2013 - G. C.
Lagarde singles out Africa's many conflicts and challenges for 2013 An overview of the conflicts and challenges Africa faces in 2013
Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), recently echoed the sentiments of many economists that Africa’s emerging nations have become a driving force for world economic growth.
22 Jan 2013 - G. C.
Big Brother SA’s worrying impact on neighbours Blows to South Africa's economy and political instability are viewed with concern by surrounding countries
Canada has a saying that describes its relationship with the United States: “How do you sleep with an elephant? Carefully.”
27 Nov 2012 - S. T.
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