The African Union has marked Africa Day by paying respects to its citizens who died during AU peace keeping missions since 2000.
I have spent the past two decades living in southern Africa, and often joke about being a “romantic, rather than economic, refugee.” I feel very at home in SA and in the region, as do my children who know this to be home. As Africa Day rolls around yet again, an incident two days ago […]
Despite the progress, unfortunately, most of our cities are still highly spatially fragmented due to segregated and class-based colonial planning systems, and in South Africa, apartheid planning policies, writes Andries Carl Nel.
The SABC in Auckland Park has celebrated Africa Month with food, dance and information sharing about respective countries.
The Presidency says preparations are in full swing for the inauguration ceremony of South Africa’s sixth democratically elected President.