Fahmida Miller

Fahmida Miller

Africa

In South Africa, a woman is killed every three hours

The fight to stop gender-based violence shines the light on what is described as South Africa's 'other pandemic'.

In South Africa, a woman is killed every three hours

Africa

South Africa reimposes lockdown amid soaring COVID-19 cases

The government insists it is trying to revive the economy - while at the same time protecting lives.

South Africa reimposes lockdown amid soaring COVID-19 cases

Africa

South Africa eases lockdown to revive the economy

While the tourist season begins in September, few travellers are expected as the country grapples with the highest number of coronavirus cases in Africa.

South Africa eases lockdown to revive the economy

Africa

South Africa: Security forces accused of fatal lockdown crackdown

Security forces allegedly killed at least six people and are being accused of using excessive force while implementing coronavirus lockdown measures.

South Africa: Security forces accused of fatal lockdown crackdown

Africa

South African schools reopen as COVID-19 lockdown is eased

Most schools in South Africa have reopened and pupils in their final years of primary and secondary school are allowed to return.

South African schools reopen as COVID-19 lockdown is eased

South Africa

South Africa: Many in Johannesburg are going hungry

The mayor of South Africa's biggest city says nearly one million households do not have enough to eat.

South Africa: Many in Johannesburg are going hungry

Africa

Lesotho deploys army to 'restore peace and order'

Police chiefs say Thomas Thabane was trying to intimidate them after they implicated him in the murder of his former wife.

Lesotho deploys army to 'restore peace and order'

Africa

Lockdown extension will deepen South Africa's economic crisis

South African government starting to win fight against virus to save lives, but can it save economy from collapse.

Lockdown extension will deepen South Africa's economic crisis

Africa

South African health workers sue government over medical supplies

South African healthcare workers confront police and the government over a shortage of equipment to protect them from the coronavirus.

South African health workers sue government over medical supplies

Africa

South Africa's repatriated citizens test negative for COVID-19

The group will be quarantined for 21 days, officials say, as a safety measure, at a hotel in the Limpopo province.

South Africa's repatriated citizens test negative for COVID-19

South Africa

South African court clears Ramaphosa of corruption charges

It is not the first time the public protector has lost a court ruling.

South African court clears Ramaphosa of corruption charges

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South Africa: Gangs refuse to hand in firearms despite amnesty

Allegations of police corruption are rife, with some officers accused of selling confiscated guns to criminals.

South Africa: Gangs refuse to hand in firearms despite amnesty