The notorious 1913 Land Act destroyed communities, families, homes and livelihoods. One hundred years later, South Africans remember the Act that prohibited black people from owing, leasing or buying land in what was then called the Union of South Africa.
- Wednesday, 19 June 2013 16:18
- Crystal van Vyk
- Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:08
- Janet Shoko
The African Union has dispatched a nine member advance team of election observers to Zimbabwe ahead of polls President Mugabe wants held by July 31.
- Tuesday, 18 June 2013 15:59
- Emilie Filou
The wife of the former president is one of the frontrunners in the 23 August elections, but her husband's role in the campaign remains ambiguous.
- Tuesday, 18 June 2013 08:19
- Lawrence Quartey
Significant progress has been made in improving health in the poorest countries, narrowing the gap between nations with the best and worst health status in the past two decades, World Health Organisation (WHO) 2013 statistics indicate.
- Monday, 17 June 2013 13:00
- Gregory Mthembu Salter in Cape Town
While many say that Africa's time is now, Shoprite's executive director, Christo Wiese says that retail expansion across the continent will take time and effort.