[Nation] Thirty-seven people died due to post-election violence between August 9 and 15, the national rights defender says.
[News24Wire] AB de Villiers has announced that he will make himself available for Test selection for the Proteas once again after missing South Africa’s recent tours of New Zealand and England.
The desert shall rejoice DANIEL KISH once speared fish for a living. Now he makes wine in Israel’s Negev desert. Sipping on Shoshanna, a spicy blend of petite sirah, zinfandel, merlot and shiraz named after his mother, he explains why winemaking there can be so hard
[Maka] Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos recently gave an interview to the BBC to talk about some of the challenges Angolans face. The Princess, as she as referred to in Angola, is one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in the world, according to BBC
[African Arguments] SPLM-North’s insistence on negotiating with the government about national issues only – rather than giving priority to South Kordofan and Blue Nile – is hurting the people of the Two Areas.
[News24Wire] Five provinces have been declared drought disaster areas, threatening food security in the country.
SPEND enough time in almost any Lebanese home and you’re likely to hear the phrase “wayn al dawlah (where is the state)?” It is a good question. Despite remaining relatively stable in a hugely troubled neighbourhood, Lebanon has few government institutions that work well
ON A manicured fairway in Morocco’s capital, Rabat, a muezzin’s call to prayer drowns out the crack of a well-aimed iron and the whirr of a little white ball. As a hobby and a business, golf may be past its peak in Europe, North America and Japan, but in the Middle East and north Africa, there is lots of room for growth.
[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Loads on the electricity grid will be reduced in different parts of the country alternately, the state’s Egyptian Electricity Holding Company said on Wednesday.
EVERY Wednesday, as the sun goes down in Abu Dhabi, the richest of the seven statelets making up the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a crowd pours into the Yas Marina Circuit, where the annual Formula One race is held. Dressed in athletic gear and trainers, more than a thousand people come to walk, run and ride bicycles.