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Sudan's transitional authorities have agreed to hand over ousted autocrat Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to face trial on charges of war crimes and genocide.
Controversial Ghanaian cleric Bishop Daniel Obinim is reportedly selling "holy oil" which he claims will protect people from contacting the deadly coronavirus.
At least seven million people in Uganda will still be living in extreme poverty by 2030, according to a study by Brookings Institute.
The Tanzanian immigration department has announced that old passport holders within the country will not be allowed to use them to travel abroad from March 1, online publication, The EastAfrican reported.
Tanzania's health policies deny adequate services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and others who are particularly vulnerable to HIV, Human Rights Watch said.
South Africa's electricity company Eskom said it would have to extend rotational power cuts to Thursday as its units continued to generate less power than was needed.
Sanctioned by the West and spurned by China, Zimbabwe has turned to the United Arab Emirates in its latest bid to find a saviour that can arrest the collapse of its economy.
What does it mean to be an African millennial in this day and age? Rutendo Nyamuda, podcast host for a series 'In my 20s' tackles this very question by speaking to guests from different backgrounds and sectors of society.
NBA icon Kobe Bryant, 41, and his daughter Gianna "Gigi" Bryant were killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday in Calabasas, California. The NBA have released a statement.
With the temperatures finally starting to feel like summer in the Cape, snake catchers are receiving more and more callouts for removals. Justin Collocott, owner of Snake Removal Helderberg says the summer heat brings snakes out of hibernation
Thousands of Capetonians hit the streets in the CBD to show their support for the team. Today the Springboks wrap up their final leg of their victory tour after winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup earlier this month. Video by Kelly-Jane Turner Mardon
Mzansi Twitter has taken the liberty of planning a wedding for the couple who got engaged in a KFC. Twitter found the couple from video captured at the KFC Vaal outlet earlier this week.
Since the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill was introduced to Parliament in August 2019 over 100 000 written submissions have been received. In early November the first public hearings on the NHI were held in various towns in the Northern Cape.
Microsoft Japan saw a 40% increase in productivity and a dip in company costs after the tech giant tested a three-day weekend. The 'Working Reform Project' gave 2,300 employees every Friday off for one month and it didn't count towards their leave
Macalister Dalton of Chatsworth does not want to be classed as "physically disabled". The 27-year-old tattoo artist who suffers from a rare disease that affects all the muscles in his body prides himself on perseverance and focus.
Author Kiru Naidoo, wrote about his personal account of growing up in Chatsworth. The memories he made, the people he grew up with and the experiences he got to share. Video by: Jehran Naidoo #Inspire #Inform #Empower
Adhil Ramnath from Shallcross in Durban was born with a hearing disability. However, he doesn't like being classified as "deaf" and sees his impairment as just a mere obstacle that has come his way. Video by: Jehran Naidoo
Jean Weirich Wiggil was diagnosed after finding a lump in her breast. She immediately went through with treatment, some of which "made me feel lifeless," she added. Video by: Jehran Naidoo #Inspire #Inform #Empower #Sapa #Sapa_TV Cancer Revolution