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Brexit and Africa: What Are the Possible...

The reverberations from Britain's fateful choice extend far beyond Europe. The U.K. retains deep ties with many African states, and the turbulence is causing...

Find Out Why This Mother is Paying...

A Johannesburg mother pays hundreds of dollars so her daughter can get Brazilian hair extensions sewn into her head. After Hope negotiates with the hairstylist...

Mass Protest at a South African University...

In what is being characterized as a defining moment in South African higher education, a student protest took place at a major university to...

South Africa Has the Highest Number of...

South Africa has the highest number of dollar millionaires in Africa, according to a new report. According to a report by AfrAsia Bank and New...

Six-Year Quest to Bring Sudanese President Omar...

Born in a more hopeful era, when citizens of the world committed to stamping out injustice and holding genocidal dictators and warlords accountable for...

Senzo Meyiwa, Captain of South African National...

The international soccer community was stunned by the news that the captain of the South African national soccer team, goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa, was killed...

7 of The Best Places for Black...

ACCRA, GHANA Ghana is Africa’s fastest growing economy and has developed a remarkable degree of stability. The West African nation's growth rate exceed 10 percent...

Mandela Receives Apology For Utilities Bill With...

"Pay up or else your water and electricity supply will be cut," former South African President Nelson Mandela has been told. According to bdlive.co.za: "A notice...

Nelson Mandela’s Wealth-Sharing Dream Deferred in South...

Prudence Moime looks up from stirring a pot of corn meal in front of her two-room shanty in northeastern South Africa, and gazes across...

Nelson Mandela Discharged From Hospital After Checkup

Former South African president Nelson Mandela was discharged from a Pretoria hospital Sunday after undergoing a scheduled checkup. The anti-apartheid leader was admitted for an...

Nigerian Film Distributor iROKO Opens Johannesburg Office

iROKO Partners, the world’s largest online distributor of Nigerian movies and music, starts 2013 with the opening of a new office in Johannesburg, South...

Nelson Mandela Released from Hospital

The world breathed a sigh of relief yesterday when world icon Nelson Mandela was released from the hospital, having recovered enough from the lung...

Obama Administration Announces Campaign to Encourage Investment...

President Obama sent his acting Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank to Africa to announce his administration's new "Doing Business in Africa" campaign, which will feature...

Venus and Serena Williams Embark on Their...

Venus and Serena Williams arrived in Johannesburg for the second leg of their African tour yesterday and took part in a tennis clinic in...

Alf Kumalo, South African Photographer Whose Images...

South Africa – Renowned South African photographer Alf Kumalo, who made his name working for Drum Magazine has died in Johannesburg. He died in hospital...

Miner Killings Reminds South Africans Of Apartheid

Johannesburg, South Africa – This city, once the epicenter of a country ecstatic to be free of the oppression of apartheid, has a malady...

World Bank Study: Black South Africans Still...

Johannesburg — In an ideal society, every child would have an equal shot at achieving their human potential, regardless of their race, gender, family...

Blacks Need Stronger Math Skills in Africa...

Beyond business savvy and entrepreneurial spirit, blacks need to develop new skills in order to penetrate the upper echelon of the business world. A...

Ethiopian Airline Buys Boeing 787 Dreamliner Connecting...

IGNORING the furious winds buffeting the global aviation industry, 66-year-old Ethiopian Airlines is investing more than $2,6bn to ensure it capitalizes on its location...
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