WASHINGTON - A series of Islamic State (IS) announcements of new provinces it controls in recent weeks has renewed debate over the group's possible resurgence after its self-proclaimed caliphate fell, …Read More
Former South African President Jacob Zuma has decided to stop testifying at a public inquiry into state corruption.
Zuma's lawyers said Friday their client feels that he has been questioned …Read More
PRETORIA, Deputy President David Mabuza says the release of government-owned land will be prioritised in a push to meet the objectives of accelerated land reform in South Africa.
The Deputy …Read More
WASHINGTON/KHARTOUM - After months of on-again, off-again talks, Sudan's military and opposition leaders have signed a power-sharing deal that rotates control of an executive council, but leaves other key details …Read More
BEIJING - China's economic growth sank to its lowest level in at least 26 years in the quarter ending in June, adding to pressure on Chinese leaders as they fight …Read More
HARARE - Most parts of Zimbabwe's capital get electricity for only seven hours per day, and the hours usually come overnight, when there is less usage and power stations can …Read More