• Deadly South African Truck Crash Kills 27, Injures Dozens [VIDEO, PHOTO]

    An accident in Pinetown, South Africa, has left 27 dead and dozens injured after a truck driver plowed through a busy intersection.
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    Strike Halts South Africa’s Auto Manufacturing

    Workers are seeking a 14% pay hike. Car companies are holding firm at 6%. The gap has halted auto production.
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    African Immigrants Under Siege In South Africa

    At least 140 foreigners were killed in South Africa last year, and, this year, about three anti-immigrant incidents are reported weekly.
  • The Next Big Thing For GM? Africa

    The growing middle class in northern and southern Africa is trading up from motorbikes and jalopies to brand-new vehicles.
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    Who Is Francois Hougaard? Ex-Boyfriend Of Reeva Steenkamp Under Scrutiny In Oscar Pistorius Case

    Francois Hougaard, a rugby player who was close to Reeva Steenkamp, reportedly texted her the night of her death.
  • African Cup of Nations News: Preview of Today’s Quarter Finals

    The African Cup of Nations has reached the crucial stage, it has been one full of surprise, firstly Cape Verde –a country of 500,000 in population, qualified for the knockout stage in the country’s first ever appearance, secondly seven of the qualifying countries are from the West Africa Sub region, thirdly all the North African teams were eliminated in the first round. The most interest aspect is how unpredictable the games have turned out to be. Some of the favourites are in the next stage, while some could not make the cut. Zambia the defending champions drew all her games - the first time a defending champion would be eliminated in the first round since 1992. The North African teams use to be the power house of football in the 80’s through to the 90’s. More so in recent times Egypt won the African Cup of Nations back to back from 2006 to 2010. The Ivory Coast have the best collection of stars in the country’s history are definite favourites to win the trophy, they have been...
  • African Cup of Nation Review: Mali Bags Victory, Other Draw Blank

    The African Cup of Nations kicked off in one of the most bizarre fashion with all the teams drawing their games, with the exception of Mali who secured a late goal against fellow neighbours Niger Republic. South Africa opened the game against debutant Cape Verde; it was a game that most plaudits gave kudos to the islanders for the way they played with purpose – bearing in mind that they eliminated the indomitable Lions of Cameroun to qualify for the biannual tournament. The Cape Verdean might not have the experience when it comes to big occasion, but Luis Antunes – an air controller by profession has made the Islanders difficult to beat and this should be a major concern for their opponent, if however they do get eliminated, it would be down to experience. The y were able to force the Bafana Bafana of South Africa to a goalless draw, they had flash of opportunities through their danger man Platini
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    April Fool's Day frenzy grips Twitter

    April Fool's Day frenzy grips Twitter, with tweeps playing pranks, and a flood of jokes on celebrities like Rebecca Black, Justin Bieber, and Lady Gaga.
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    LCB deal promotes alternative S.Africa coal port

    London Commodity Brokers (LCB) aims to sell 2 million tonnes of South African thermal coal a year for Strategic Natural Resources (SNR) PLC, using the port of East London rather than the highly congested Richards Bay.
  • South Africa car workers strike, production stalls

    South African autoworkers seeking wage increases more than triple the inflation rate went on an indefinite strike on Wednesday, slamming the brakes on auto production in Africa's largest economy.
  • The Eastern Cape

    Whether you're in the mood for an informal seaside escape, an encounter with the
  • South Africa Sets Goals for 2010 World Cup

    South Africa needs $858-million to commence its stadium renovations for the 2010 World Cup finals, the organizing committee told parliament on Tuesday.