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First Lady of the Republic of South Africa, Dr Motsepe headed to the U.S...

Dr Tshepo Motsepe, the spouse of President Cyril Ramaphosa and First Lady of the Republic of South Africa, will on Tuesday, 18 September 2018,...

Young South Africans: This is how we do it

Many young South Africans begin their day answering a simple question. Whether its Twitter's "What's happening?" or Facebook's "What's on your mind?", the way...
Young African leaders sought for US fellowship

Young African leaders sought for US fellowship

Young leaders from sub-Saharan Africa could become one of a thousand people to attend academic courses, gain skills training and mentorship in the United States. Applications for the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship for 2016 are open this month.

South Africa and US agree to build trade ties

Agreement will be reached on poultry exports and anti-dumping duties, a sticking point in US and South African trade negotiations, according to Minister Rob Davies, who has been in discussions with his US counterpart over the Trade and Investment Framework Agreement and Agoa.

From Africa to America – by rowing boat

South African adventurer Riaan Manser has accomplished some spectacular feats in his life. On Wednesday - the day of South Africa's fifth democratic elections - he added another amazing accomplishment as he and girlfriend Vesti Geldenhuys became the first people to row from Africa to North America.

SA oranges scrum down in US

It's naartjies for Australian oranges as South African "easy peelers" scrum down in US markets. South Africa is now the largest supplier of fresh oranges to the United States, with some $24-million worth of the fruit exported in 2003 alone.

Mbeki slams apartheid lawsuits

President Thabo Mbeki has slammed the lawsuits being brought in the US against companies on behalf of victims of apartheid, warning that judgments handed down in foreign courts will not be honoured in South Africa.