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Motorists travelling between Mpumalanga's capital city and Gauteng through the N4 can expect to reach their destinations in time, following the completion of the Schoemanskloof Rehabilitation Project.
As average temperatures around the world rise, malaria-carrying mosquitoes are beginning to explore new heights, traveling into the highlands of endemic regions, and putting formerly malaria-free populations at risk.
Chris Young of Priory Lane, Royston, is nine months into the two-year trip which has already seen him traverse Europe and North Africa.
The reason for SA expelling diplomat Jean-Claude Sindayigaya is not yet clear, but he has already left the country.
Akon is planning a concert to celebrate the success of his initiative Akon Lighting Africa.
The team which went to help the Aids orphans in South Africa in 2010, ten of whom are going again this year An 'extreme' cycle ride and car wash will raise money for a trip to help Aids orphans in South Africa.
Ethiopia will host the 4th World Coffee Conference together with the 116th Session of the International Coffee Council in Addis Ababa in March 2016.
Emily Avriett a senior at Central High School, spent the entire week barefoot to raise awareness for people without shoes and to gain donations to send to South Africa.
Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda have used the platform of the renowned ITB tourism fair in Berlin to promote the new East African tourist visa, which came into force on January 1 this year.
Portadown-based charity, Fields of Life, has been chosen to take the Commonwealth Flag to the summit of the highest peak in Northern Ireland next week.
Torrential rains in southern Mozambique and South Africa on Tuesday and Wednesday have caused a major flood on the Incomati River in Mozambique.
It is often thought, those who are the most willing to help a person out are the ones who know what it is like to be in their position.
China is set to establish military bases in key spots of Africa, directly challenging the military presence of the U.S. and the European Union.
Paxie Vreede, a retired Nanaimo physician, left for Africa Friday to check on the progress of projects funded by donations the Stephen Lewis Foundation that support grandmothers who are raising children orphaned by AIDS.
About half of the 912 000 vehicles registered for e-tolls actually belong to Gauteng residents, it emerged during parliamentary question time on Wednesday.
Cape Town is a city that hides behind its natural beauty. While we can't deny its striking, charming nature, we take a deeper look at some of its design aesthetics.