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BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa – South African President Jacob Zuma says anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela is “recuperating” after falling ill from a recurring lung infection.
Zuma made the comments Thursday while…
As the gap between rich and poor widens, popular dissatisfaction—and with it dissent—is rising
Jacob Zuma and the African National Congress have wronged many, but few are willing to stand up against them
JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s National Union of Mineworkers says one of its officials was seriously injured in a petrol-bomb attack on his house amid ongoing unrest in the country’s vital mining industry.
A police shooting at a South African platinum mine left 34 dead and 78 injured. As many as 259 people were arrested.
Police opened fire with automatic rifles and pistols…
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