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Covid-19 Vaccine Trials To Begin In South Africa
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Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide death toll passes 600,000
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Worldwide death toll from coronavirus passes 600,000
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Nelson Mandela day: Interview with UN secretary-general
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S.Africa e-commerce booms in lockdown
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South Africa reimposes lockdown amid soaring COVID-19 cases
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Dramatic footage shows Cape Town lashed by gale-force winds
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Zindzi Mandela, Daughter Of Nelson And Winnie Mandela Dies At 59
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South Africa eases COVID-19 restrictions
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Botswana gets first test results on elephant deaths
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South Africa: Many in Johannesburg are going hungry
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South Africa eases lockdown to revive the economy
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South Africa to start continent's first coronavirus vaccine pilot
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South Africa: Security forces accused of fatal lockdown crackdown
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South African schools reopen as COVID-19 lockdown is eased
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Hospital train reaches South Africa's more remote COVID-19 patients
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Sweden says 34 year mystery of Palme assassination is solved
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Federer out for rest of 2020 season after second knee surgery
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Ed Sheeran teamed up with Jeremy Loops before music break
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South Africa coronavirus cases surge past 500,000An early lockdown in South Africa saw a delayed spread of the coronavirus, but now it's arrived in full force, with experts saying it's only expected to peak in September.
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Coronavirus infections skyrocket in South AfricaSouth Africa is suffering the worst coronavirus outbreak in Africa, as medical workers struggle to help patients despite inadequate resources. Debora Patta reports.
Coronavirus: South Africa virus cases pass half million markThe country has the world's fifth-highest number of infections, and largest tally in Africa.
South Africa's apartheid-era statues 'should be put in a theme park'South African sculptor Pitika Ntuli on what we should do with reminders of colonial and racist history.
Endangered tigers seen in Thailand after four-year absenceToday is Global Tiger Day and conservationists in Thailand are celebrating the occasion with some good news. Several endangered tigers have been sighted wandering in a region of western Thailand for..
Coronavirus in South Africa: Why the low fatality rate is misleadingAs coronavirus infections surge, Andrew Harding notes meaningless statistics and a fear of hospitals.
South Africa jailbreak: Malmesbury prison inmates rearrestedDozens of inmates fled after a group at Malmesbury Prison overpowered staff during exercise on Friday.
South Africa escape: Manhunt launched for inmates on the runThe inmates absconded while being transferred to court in Malmesbury, in an escape caught on camera.
The Moment of Truth for BRICS: Challenges, Opportunities and the Way ForwardAs already known, BRICS is an association of five major emerging economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. South Africa joined the association in 2010. The BRICS has a significant..
Coronavirus: South Africa death toll could be 'far higher'Researchers point to a "huge discrepancy" between reported deaths and excess natural deaths.
South African anti-apartheid activist Andrew Mlangeni diesHe was the last remaining survivor of the historic Rivonia Trial that sentenced activists like Nelson Mandela to life imprisonment. His death signaled "the end of a generational history," said..
Andrew Mlangeni: Last Mandela co-accused dies aged 95The South African president says Mr Mlangeni's death signifies the end of a generational history.
England women to be based in Derby for international summerEngland women will be based in Derby for their proposed international summer series against South Africa.
Coronavirus in South Africa: A day in the life of a contact tracerThe BBC gained exclusive access to follow a small team of contact tracers in the city of Bloemfontein, South Africa.
Record-breaking 260,000 people test positive in 24 hours in massive global surgeNearly 260,000 people tested positive for coronavirus in just 24 hours in the biggest surge in infections since the pandemic began. The number of confirmed infections worldwide has passed 14.2 million,..
Today in History for July 18thHighlights of this day in history: The Spanish Civil War begins; Sen. Ted Kennedy's passenger dies when he drives his car off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island; South Africa's Nelson Mandela and..
Worldwide death toll from coronavirus passes 600,000Global deaths from Covid-19 have surpassed 600,000 as the US, South Africa and Australia struggle to hold down rising rates of the infection. The United States tops the list with 140,119 deaths..
Mandela's struggles, values continue to inspire: Amit ShahUnion Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday remembered South African legend Nelson Mandela and said the anti-apartheid leader'sÂ struggles, values and message of peace will continue to be a source of..
My Money: 'I'm a sucker for a promo sticker'Charmel Flemming from South Africa takes us through her week during the coronavirus pandemic.
Over 7 000 South African police officers contract Covid-19A total of 7 021 South African police officers have tested positive for Covid-19 while 53 have passed away, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Wednesday in Pretoria on plans to combat Covid-19 and..
Cecil Rhodes statue in Cape Town has head removedThe statue had been targeted before amid anger in South Africa at monuments to colonialism.
British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa to go ahead in 2021The British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa will go ahead as planned in July and August 2021.
Great White Shark drowns whale off South AfricaA great white shark has been caught on video drowning a humpback whale off the coast of South Africa. ......
Coronavirus chaos: Inside South Africa's 'hospitals of horrors'A BBC investigation exposes chronic failures in the health system in one of the poorest areas.
Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson and Winnie, dies at 59Zindzi Mandela, the daughter of South African anti-apartheid leaders Nelson and Winnie Mandela, has died aged 59. ......
Nelson Mandela's daughter Zindzi dies at 59The youngest daughter of South Africa's first black president dies aged 59.
Coronavirus: South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat Covid-19It is one of several restrictions introduced by President Ramaphosa amid rising infection rates.
AP Top Stories July 11 PHere are the top stories for Saturday, July 11th: Search for missing 'Glee' star Rivera continues; 5 dead and 40 arrests in attack on South Africa church; Two dead in Nigeria building collapse;..
Five killed and 40 arrested in hostage situation in South AfricaPolice in South Africa said five people were killed and more than 40 arrested after an early-morning shooting involving hostages at a church near Johannesburg. A statement said police and military..
South African church attack: Five dead after 'hostage situation'The church, on the outskirts of Johannesburg, was attacked amid reports of fighting over leadership.
English pubs reopen but little normal elsewhere in the worldJOHANNESBURG (AP) — Pubs across England were reopening Saturday in an effort at normal life, while South Africa signaled anything but — reporting another record daily high in confirmed coronavirus..
Coronavirus in South Africa: Deciding who lives and dies in a Cape Town townshipWithout enough supplies of oxygen or staff, health workers in South Africa are making some difficult decisions.
Ex-Springbok Ralepelle banned for eight years for second doping offenceFormer South Africa player Mahlatse Ralepelle is banned for eight years after he was found guilty of a doping offence.
India has worst case fatality ratio in new Covid epicentre of S AsiaAmong the countries that are in the global top 20 lists by cases and deaths, India has the second highest daily growth rate of deaths (4.2%) and of cases (3.6%) over the last 15 days. Deaths are..
South Africa chief justice under fire for Israel remarks to ‘Post’The African National Congress (ANC), South Africa’s governing political party, has called on the speaker of the parliament to censure Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng over his expression of support for..
Huge shark sends surfers fleeingA great white shark swimming in Plettenberg Basy, South Africa caused surfers to head to shore.
Israeli move to annex West Bank likened to apartheidBenjamin Pogrund spent decades battling apartheid as a journalist in South Africa. Since moving to Israel two decades ago, he has passionately defended the country against charges that it too is an..
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South Africa’s battle to protect women against violenceCoronavirus has worsened the growing crisis of gender-based violence in the country.
Coronavirus in South Africa: Restrictions ease as Covid-19 cases rise rapidlySouth Africa is trying to balance dealing with the virus and supporting a damaged economy.
South Africa coronavirus restrictions further eased for casinos, salonsSouth Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday casinos, cinemas, personal care services and accommodation will be allowed to operate as the country further eases coronavirus lockdown..
Oxford University's Cecil Rhodes statue row deepens as dons accuse vice-chancellor of 'inappropriate' Mandela commentsAcademics accuse Louise Richardson of trying to 'ventriloquise' late South African president
Eight suspects arrested in South Africa's 'biggest bank robbery' VBS fraud caseSouth African authorities have apprehended eight people suspected of illegally siphoning 2.3 billion rand ($133.87 million) from small lender VBS Mutual Bank, which collapsed in 2018 because of the..
South African president's shame over surge in murders of womenCyril Ramaphosa's remarks come after several femicides amid the lifting of coronavirus restrictions.
India, with 12 nations, leads initiative at UN to counter misinformation on Covid-19On the initiative by Australia, Chile, France, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Latvia, Lebanon, Mauritius, Mexico, Norway, Senegal and South Africa, a total of 132 member states endorsed a cross-regional..
Hairdressers go underground as lockdown drags on in South AfricaHairdresser Beauty Matunhira arrives at her client's home in Johannesburg armed with dye, relaxer and gel, ready to tackle her next case of lockdown hair.
Schools reopen in South Africa as parents worry about safeguardsChildren began returning to classrooms in South Africa on Monday as part of a gradual loosening of COVID-19 restrictions, even as some parents worried not enough had been done to guard against..
'Enough is enough': South African opposition leads protests outside U.S. missionsDemonstrators gathered outside U.S. missions in South African cities on Monday to condemn the killing of George Floyd, the black man whose death in police custody has set off a wave of protests..
Schools reopen in South Africa after delay over health concernsChildren in South Africa began returning to classrooms on Monday as part of a gradual loosening of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions even as some parents worried not enough had been done to protect the..
Sweden to present findings on Olof Palme assassinationThe findings of an investigation into one of the world’s most infamous cold cases, the 1986 assassination of Swedish prime minister Olof Palme, will finally be made public in Stockholm on Wednesday...