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South Africa’s Chinese Community Abandoning Ship Amid Worsening Economy
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa—The Chinese immigrants trying to survive in Johannesburg’s Chinatown these days are worried about their dwindling ...
September 15, 2019
South Africa Simmers in the Wake of Violence
JOHANNESBURG—A middle-aged man, his face a swollen map of blood spatters, cowered against a dirty wall in an ...
September 11, 2019
Concern About Chinese Media Grows in Africa
JOHANNESBURG—During the past decade, China has cemented its position as the biggest economic and political partner of many ...
June 24, 2019
South Africa Election: ANC Wins Diminished Majority as Smaller Parties Gain
The incumbent President Cyril Ramaphosa’s ANC dropped below 60 percent for the first time.
May 11, 2019
Much at Stake in South Africa’s Most Significant Election Since End of Apartheid
JOHANNESBURG—Ten million people unemployed. A national debt of more than $200 billion. A nation ravaged by almost a ...
April 15, 2019
South Africa Resistance Mounts Against Land Expropriation as Election Day Looms
JOHANNESBURG—She stumbled across the plains, gripping the hands of her frightened young daughters, her helper dragging panels of ...
March 7, 2019
Zimbabwe Unrest: Fuel Riots Just the Beginning of New Cycle of Violence, Say Analysts
Two South African analysts said the unrest represented the beginning of a wave of upheaval in Zimbabwe.
January 21, 2019
Tense Year Ahead for South Africa’s White Farmers
South Africa’s parliament will soon begin to debate a bill designed to put more prime farmland in black ...
January 4, 2019
South Africa at Crossroads on Land Reform
The ruling African National Congress party has said it will amend the constitution as soon as possible to ...
December 16, 2018
South Africa’s Dangerous ‘Blessers’
There’s real risk to having a relationship with the "blessers" in South Africa: contracting HIV.
November 5, 2018
In Epicenter of Global HIV Crisis, Multiple Partners and Age Disparity Part of Problem
VULINDLELA, South Africa—Sweat streams from the young men's faces as they pursue a soccer ball across a sun-baked ...
October 17, 2018
The Burgeoning Threat of Foreign Interference
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Justin Trudeau Apologizes After Wearing ‘Brownface’ at Party
Manhattan District Attorney Subpoenas Trump’s Accounting Firm for 8 Years of Tax Returns
Trump Says More Can Be Done Against Iran Besides War
Pelosi, Bipartisan Lawmakers Throw Weight Behind Bill to Support Hong Kong Protests
As Opioids Ravage Communities, Locals Unite in Response
Maryland Residents Rally After 9 Illegal Immigrants Charged With Rape
Ted Cruz Says NY Times Kavanaugh Story Was Not ‘Accidental’ Because ‘They Want to Intimidate the Court’
Judge Denies Bond to American Airlines Mechanic Who Sabotaged Plane After ISIS Videos Found on Phone
The Fed Announces Second Rate Cut