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South Africa withdraws case against suspect in soccer captain's murder

11 Nov 2014

JOHANNESBURG South Africa on Tuesday freed a suspect in the killing of national soccer team captain Senzo Meyiwa due to a lack of evidence, the latest high-profile murder case in which police and prosecutors have struggled to build an air-tight case.

South Africa withdraws case against suspect in soccer captain's murder

11 Nov 2014

JOHANNESBURG South Africa on Tuesday freed a suspect in the killing of national soccer team captain Senzo Meyiwa due to a lack of evidence, the latest high-profile murder case in which police and prosecutors have struggled to build an air-tight case.

South Africa withdraws case against suspect in soccer captain's murder

11 Nov 2014

JOHANNESBURG South Africa on Tuesday freed a suspect in the killing of national soccer team captain Senzo Meyiwa due to a lack of evidence, the latest high-profile murder case in which police and prosecutors have struggled to build an air-tight case.

Lesotho's deputy premier in charge after PM flees 'coup'

31 Aug 2014

MASERU Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane accused Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing of helping to plan a coup by the army that forced the prime minister to flee the country.

Lesotho's deputy premier in charge after PM flees 'coup'

31 Aug 2014

MASERU Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane accused Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing of helping to plan a coup by the army that forced the prime minister to flee the country.

Lesotho's deputy premier in charge after PM flees "coup"

31 Aug 2014

MASERU Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane accused Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing of helping to plan a coup by the army that forced the prime minister to flee the country.

Lesotho's deputy premier takes reins after PM flees "coup"

31 Aug 2014

MASERU Lesotho's Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa Metsing has taken charge of the government after the Prime Minister Thomas Thabane fled the country accusing the army of staging a coup, a minister said on Sunday.

South Africa finds four guilty of shooting Rwandan exile

29 Aug 2014

JOHANNESBURG A South African court on Friday found four men guilty of trying to kill an exiled critic of Rwandan President Paul Kagame, in a case that had strained diplomatic ties between the two countries.

Ghost towns haunt South Africa's strike-hit platinum belt

04 Apr 2014

MARIKANA, South Africa Shad Mohammed's electronics and household store in South Africa's platinum belt has survived a series of mining strikes over the 14 years it has been serving customers in the dusty town of Marikana.

Ghost towns haunt South Africa's strike-hit platinum belt

04 Apr 2014

MARIKANA, South Africa Shad Mohammed's electronics and household store in South Africa's platinum belt has survived a series of mining strikes over the 14 years it has been serving customers in the dusty town of Marikana.

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