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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday the unrest that has ripped through South Africa in the past week was stabilising and calm has been restored to most of the affected areas, but the destruction will cost the country billions of rand.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -Crowds clashed with police and ransacked or set ablaze shopping malls in cities across South Africa on Tuesday, with dozens of people reported killed, as grievances unleashed by the jailing of ex-president Jacob Zuma boiled over into the worst violence in years.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -Former South African President Jacob Zuma could be freed from prison in four months, the justice minister said on Thursday, a day after the ex-leader stunned his compatriots by turning himself in to police to start a 15-month sentence.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - When Jacob Zuma bowed to pressure to quit as South Africa's president in 2018, he ranted to the state broadcaster for an hour about his treatment by the party he had served since his teenage years.
Measures that improve ethnic diversity and cultural competence of the healthcare workforce will help improve patients’ outcomes.
LUSAKA (Reuters) - African leaders and diplomats on Friday joined Zambia in mourning its founding president and liberation hero Kenneth Kaunda, who died last month aged 97 after a bout of pneumonia.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - When Jacob Zuma finally caved to pressure to quit as South African president in 2018, he ranted to the state broadcaster for an hour about the ill treatment he had received at the hands of the party he had served since his teenage years.
LONDON (Reuters) - A new exhibition opening in Windsor Castle on Thursday commemorates the life and legacy of Britain's Prince Philip, including many fabulous items gifted him over decades of official duties and overseas visits.
LUSAKA (Reuters) -Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's founding president who led his country for 27 years and championed Africa's struggles against apartheid and HIV/AIDS, has died at the age of 97.
YANGON (Reuters): Pro-democracy demonstrators took to the streets in towns around Myanmar on Tuesday (June 1) to denounce the country's military, marking four months since it ousted an elected government and unleashed a wave of nationwide anger.