In a country where open criticism of power can spell trouble for journalists, politicians and activists, comedians say they, too, risk consequences - arrest even - for taking aim at the authorities or satirising the hardships of daily life.
While many voters in nation’s economic hub say they were conflicted about their choice, many also say they cherished the chance to participate in Africa’s most mature democracy
South Africa's national election may present the biggest threat yet to the long-ruling ANC party
Species are going extinct at a rate tens to hundreds of times faster than seen in the past
Mother and baby are doing fine, but no plans to pose for public photo for the time being
Campaign rallies for South Africa's upcoming elections have reached a climax Sunday with mass rallies by the ruling party and one of its most potent challengers
Judges from Canada, Australia and Switzerland scrutinized evidence, including testimony from Semenya, over five days in February in Lausanne, Switzerland
IFRC said Saturday that in the past week, 23 cases were reported in one day, a record number since the start of the outbreak in 2018.
Communists, socialists, capitalists, pot-smokers and more face off May 8 in the Rainbow Nation's general election
Base had been seized earlier this year by LNA in Sabha
Activists' request is rejected as 'inadmissible'
Hundreds of English-speaking journalists in predominantly francophone Cameroon take part in conferences and peaceful protests, talk about their experiences