South Africa reacts to Zuma's apology over his Nkandla home +++ Juba prepares for the arrival of Riek Machar +++ Food shortage threatens IDPs in Nigeria
The hype around BRICS, the association of emerging economies, has noticeably died down. But new chair South Africa is keen to continue the cooperation: It benefits both politically and economically from membership.
South Africa's top court has ruled that Parliament did not hold President Jacob Zuma accountable over his use of state funds to upgrade his home. The court's ruling could trigger impeachment proceedings.
Denis Goldberg, who struggled alongside Nelson Mandela to end apartheid in South Africa, says Zimbabwe's overthrowing of its long-term ruler Robert Mugabe is a good example of what to do with a dictator.
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