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South Africa flooding leaves 50 dead, hundreds homelessupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 12:55:00

Heavy flooding has left at least 50 people dead and hundreds homeless in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province as residents continue to battle adverse weather conditions that have plagued the country since mid-December, authorities said Friday.

Fire from lightning strike kills 7 at nursery party in South Africaupdated: Sat Nov 27 2010 15:30:00

A fire caused by a lightning strike killed seven people -- including a 4-year-old child -- at a nursery school Christmas party in South Africa, a government minister said Saturday.

Lightning strike kills 7 at nursery school party in South Africaupdated: Sat Nov 27 2010 13:48:00

A lightning strike killed seven people -- including a 4-year-old child -- at a nursery school Christmas party in South Africa, a government spokeswoman said Saturday.

South Africa on strikeupdated: Fri Aug 27 2010 06:44:00

A nationwide strike of South African government workers is threatening the country. Richard Quest addresses the issue.

Comment: Strike is devastating own goal for South Africaupdated: Thu Aug 26 2010 12:10:00

Six weeks ago South Africa was basking in the afterglow of hosting a successful soccer World Cup that lawmakers boasted would add millions of dollars to the national economy.

South African public sector workers strike, protestupdated: Tue Aug 10 2010 14:36:00

Public sector workers went on strike across South Africa Tuesday, closing schools, putting a crimp in hospital staffing and wreaking havoc on a wide array of public services.

S. African public sector workers strikeupdated: Tue Aug 10 2010 14:36:00

As many as 1.3 million public sector workers are on strike across South Africa. CNN's Diana Magnay reports.

Zulu king promotes circumcision to fight HIV/AIDSupdated: Thu Jul 01 2010 06:59:00

In the Zulu heartland of South Africa, where more than one in seven people are HIV positive, a Zulu king is reviving the tradition of male circumcision in an effort to fight the spread of HIV.

History of the vuvuzela: The fight for the right to the hornupdated: Thu Jun 17 2010 15:18:00

Love them or hate them, vuvuzelas are hard to ignore -- the plastic trumpets have become the accessory of choice for soccer fans at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

African Voices: Lawrence Anthonyupdated: Tue Apr 13 2010 03:02:00

Conservationist and author Lawrence Anthony owns a game reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, but his love for animals stretches Africa's borders.

New harvest, new eraupdated: Wed Mar 17 2010 08:12:00

Inside Africa sits down with South Africa's first black female winemaker.

Orphanage fire kills 15 in South Africaupdated: Wed Feb 10 2010 01:30:00

An intense fire at a South African orphanage killed at least 15 people, including eight children, and injured nine other people, authorities said.

Time.com: Tuberculosis: An Ancient Disease Continues to Thriveupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 15:00:00

Is the global health community in denial about the severity of the TB problem?

Foreigners take refugeupdated: Sun May 25 2008 16:15:00

Violence against foreigners in South Africa forces them into makeshift refugee camps in Johannesburg.

South Africans protest anti-foreigner violenceupdated: Sat May 24 2008 14:22:00

South Africans protesting the violence against foreigners marched in the streets of Johannesburg on Saturday, carrying signs saying, "Stop the Senseless Killing," "Mr. Mbeke, Where are You?" and "Shame on Us."

Joshua Macabuag in Joziniupdated: Thu Sep 20 2007 07:52:00

Joshua Macabuag is a 23 year-old recent graduate of the University of Oxford's Pembroke College.

Engineers without bordersupdated: Thu Sep 13 2007 11:32:00

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) has operations in countries across the world, each committed to engineering for international development.

Pollock strikes as Windies exposedupdated: Tue Jan 20 2004 10:58:00

Shaun Pollock took four wickets as South Africa denied West Indies a face-saving draw on a rain-hit final day of the fourth Test on Tuesday.

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