Five dead in xenophobic violence in South Africa.

The cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria have been plagued by violence since Sunday. One hundred and eighty-nine people were arrested. Two days after the start of a new wave of xenophobic violence in South Africa, five people were killed, local police said Tuesday (September 3rd). One hundred and eighty-nine people were arrested. “There have been […]

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Ramaphosa swears in pledge to South Africa "better days"

Ramaphosa swears an oath promising to South Africa the “better days”

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday issued his mandate promising his country “better days” and must now quickly present the government he has charged to boost the economy and eradicate corruption. Under a blue sky, 36,000 spectators, the finest of the local political class and forty foreign heads of state and government witnessed his […]

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South Africa: ANC tops legislative elections by partial results

South Africa: ANC tops legislative elections by partial results

The African National Congress (ANC), which has been in power since 1994 in South Africa, tops the legislative elections, according to preliminary results on Thursday of the Independent Electoral Commission, which covers nearly a quarter of the country’s districts. The ANC, Nelson Mandela’s historic party with an absolute majority in the outgoing National Assembly, is […]

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