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South Africa woos Chinese investors for special economic zones
South Africa's Ministry Trade and Industry will this week hold investment showed in China to woo investors for the country's special economic zones (SEZs).
South Africa’s leader cuts short UK visit after protests
South Africa’s president cut short a visit to Britain to return home and deal with violent protests in a provincial capital.
South Africa president cuts short UK visit amid unrest at home
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut short his visit to Britain by a day to return home to deal with protests in the country's North West Province, his office said on Thursday.
South Africa's economic chief hints at privatization drive
A key figure in charge of South Africa's economy has hinted at his appetite for privatizing the country's ailing state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
South Africa's former President Zuma to be prosecuted
Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s former president, has been charged with fraud, racketeering, illegal arms dealing and much more.
South Africa listeria: Source of 'world's worst outbreak' found
South Africa said it has finally traced the source of a listeria outbreak that has killed 180 people in the past year — said to make it the worst in history.
South Africa: The economic challenge
South Africa's new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, will have a daunting in-tray, including a formidable economic agenda to tackle. Growth under Jacob Zuma's leadership has been weak and unemployment is painfully high.
South Africa's new leader Ramaphosa set to address nation
South Africa's new President Cyril Ramaphosa is preparing to give his first state of the nation address to a country with high expectations as he vows to curb corruption that flourished under his predecessor.
South African President declares resignation
South African President Jacob Zuma declared his resignation when addressing the nation late Wednesday night.
South Africa’s ruling party could replace Zuma Thursday
South Africa's ruling party moved to replace the defiant President Jacob Zuma as early as Thursday while police raided his business associates at the center of corruption scandals that have infuriated the country. Zuma, breaking his silence, told the state broadcaster that his treatment was "unfair."
Zuma triggers crisis by refusing ANC's exit order
South Africa braced Tuesday for a major political showdown as scandal-tainted President Jacob Zuma rejected a direct order from the ruling ANC party to leave office.
South Africa declares drought a 'national disaster'
South Africa on Tuesday declared a "national disaster" over a drought that has ravaged parts of the country and threatened to leave the city of Cape Town without domestic tap water.
Could climate change lead to a global water crisis?
Officials in Cape Town, South Africa, say they could soon be the first major city to run out of water.
South Africa postpones State of Nation address amid turmoil
South Africa on Tuesday postponed its State of the Nation address, the keynote political event of the year, as the ruling ANC party grappled over a battle to unseat President Jacob Zuma.

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