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South African businesses relieved as restrictions...

South Africa has been hit hard by the pandemic, with close to 590,000 cases -- the world's fifth-highest -- and 11,982 deaths recorded to date.

S.Africa lifts booze and tobacco sales ban...

The virus-related ban on the purchase of booze and cigarettes has been controversial, and no other country has introduced both measures together.

South African restaurants protest virus lockdown...

The industry employs an estimated 800,000 people.

AU leaders begin new round of Nile dam talks...

African leaders on Tuesday held a virtual meeting on a decade-long dispute between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over a mega-dam on the Nile River, the South...

S.Africans reluctant to return to places...

President Cyril Ramaphosa gave places of worship across South Africa the greenlight to reopen from June 1 provided they could satisfy appropriate COVID-19...

S. Africa orders lockdown as continent moves...

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said the government had "decided to enforce a nationwide lockdown for 21 days" from midnight Thursday

S.Africa's Ramaphosa slams ex-apartheid leader's...

"Apartheid is a crime against humanity. It was a crime against the oppressed people of South Africa even before it was so declared by the UN,"

Two years on, 'Ramaphoria' for S.Africa's...

Ramaphosa, 67, has been praised for turning the page on the scandal-tainted era of his predecessor, Jacob Zuma.

War dominates Africa summit as leaders vow...

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, who took over as AU chair on Sunday, has said Libya is one of two conflicts he wants to focus on during his tenure....

S.Africa president calls for tolerance towards...

In August and early September, the country saw a wave of xenophobic violence that left 10 South Africans and two migrants dead when mobs descended on foreign-owned...

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