South Africa correspondent
South Africa02 Aug 2016 08:22 GMT
South Africans are voting in local elections, the layer of government with the largest impact on peoples' daily lives. The vote will be a verdict on the governing African National Congress.
Environment05 Jun 2016 16:38 GMT
On World Environment Day, the UN warns that criminals are robbing the Earth's resources faster than previously believed.
South Africa03 May 2016 22:12 GMT
Illegal trade of type of giant sea snail on the rise as smugglers make $440m annually through trafficking.
War & Conflict30 Dec 2015 04:57 GMT
After two years of bloody conflict, the Central African Republic tries to build a new normal as election is held.
War & Conflict27 Dec 2015 15:45 GMT
A more aggressive approach by new commander of UN peacekeepers brings respite from strife in the African country.
Arts & Culture18 Dec 2015 22:09 GMT
Johannesburg's Downtown Music Hub is a government initiative offering high-quality recording facilities at a low cost.
Politics27 Nov 2015 13:56 GMT
AU leaders in Zambia say ending practice is a priority but governments must create and enforce laws to stop problem.
South Africa24 Nov 2015 07:57 GMT
South African government blamed by foreign African nationals in Durban of not doing enough to help or protect them.
Politics13 Nov 2015 15:14 GMT
As families continue to blame South Africa's deputy president for massacre, incident looks set to haunt him forever.
Politics23 Oct 2015 20:38 GMT
As elections near attention turns to the economy and though growth is strong, optimism is welcomed with caution.
Arts & Culture01 Oct 2015 19:31 GMT
Each roll of dice lands players on a new question in a board game meant to educate young people about sexual abuse.
Human Rights02 Sep 2015 11:20 GMT
Stellenbosch students say Afrikaans language is favoured at their school and that its use promotes racism.
Turkish raids target Kurdish groups in Iraq and Syria
Russia steps in after Ukraine cuts off power to Luhansk
Reza Aslan believes in everything - just a little bit
Inside Tehran's monument to US 'arrogance'
Syria's war explained from the beginning
Arkansas executes two on same gurney, hours apart
The lonely pyramids of Giza: Egyptian tourism's decline
US submarine arrives in S Korea as tensions rise
Paraguay 'millions' stolen in 'robbery of the century'
Killed for their bones - On the trail of the trade in human body parts
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