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World - War in Ukraine
1/23/2023 2:20:39 PM
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was welcomed by his South African counterpart for talks in Pretoria on Monday, in a visit that has sparked criticism against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine.

World - Africa
1/19/2023 3:46:25 PM
Russia and China will conduct naval drills in the Indian Ocean off the coast of South Africa next month in another indication of their strengthening relationships with Africa's most developed country amid the war in Ukraine and global financial uncertainty.

World - Africa
1/16/2023 7:19:57 PM
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has canceled his trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos in order to deal with his country's worsening power blackouts.

Sports - Africa
1/14/2023 3:39:13 PM
Algeria, Morocco, South Africa, Zambia and Benin-Nigeria want to replace Guinea as hosts of the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations, CAF president Patrice Motsepe confirmed on Saturday.

Sports - Egyptian Football
1/9/2023 3:27:48 PM
Ahly’s training session on Monday welcomed the return of injured players South African forward Percy Tau and winger Taher Mohamed Taher as part of preparations for Thursday’s game against Masry in the Egyptian League.

Sports - Africa
1/4/2023 2:47:17 PM
World Cup history makers Morocco must wait until September for their next competitive match -- a 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in South Africa.

World - Africa
12/26/2022 11:01:08 PM
The death toll from a fuel tanker explosion in a South African city east of Johannesburg last week has climbed to 18, regional health authorities said on Monday.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
12/25/2022 9:34:54 PM
Egypt extended condolences to South Africa on Sunday over a deadly fuel tanker explosion in the city of Johannesburg.

World - Africa
12/16/2022 2:05:43 PM
South Africa's ruling African National Congress party is starting its crucial national conference amid scandal and bitter divisions.

World - Africa
12/13/2022 7:07:19 PM
South Africa's parliament voted against starting impeachment proceedings against President Cyril Ramaphosa over a report that says he held undeclared foreign currency at his farm in 2020.

Business - Economy
12/6/2022 4:38:51 PM
South Africa's economy rebounded beyond pre-Covid levels in the third quarter of 2022 to reach its highest-ever peak, official data showed Tuesday.

World - Africa
12/4/2022 10:05:00 PM
Flash flooding that followed heavy rains has killed at least 14 people taking part in religious rituals in Johannesburg, with others still missing, emergency services said Sunday.

World - Africa
12/1/2022 1:06:41 PM
South Africa's ruling ANC party will hold emergency talks Thursday, the day after a report into scandal-hit President Cyril Ramaphosa paved the way for his possible impeachment.

World - Africa
11/30/2022 9:46:59 PM
A special panel probing a burglary scandal engulfing South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said it found enough evidence to warrant a parliamentary debate on whether he should be removed from office.

Al-Ahram Weekly - COP27
11/19/2022 3:26:00 PM
Sharm El-Sheikh has been rejuvenated for COP27 attendees, reports Ahmed Morsy

World - Region
11/17/2022 10:10:10 PM
A man reputed to be one of Israel's most wanted gang leaders was arrested during a raid of a home in a posh Johannesburg suburb where South African authorities said they also found guns, drugs, and a van equipped for torture.

COP27 - Focus
11/8/2022 11:22:53 AM
Developing and emerging countries -- excluding China -- need investments well beyond $2 trillion annually by 2030 if the world is to stop the global warming juggernaut and cope with its impacts, according to an UN-backed report released Tuesday.

World - Africa
11/4/2022 4:58:25 PM
South Africa, one of the world's largest greenhouse-gas emitters, has been granted financing of $497 million to decommission one of its largest coal-fired power plants and convert it to renewable energy, the World Bank said.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
11/3/2022 9:11:11 PM
The Spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Ahmed Abu-Zeid welcomed on Thursday an agreement on cessation of hostilities inked between the Ethiopian government and Tigray movement after peace talks that lasted for ten days.

World - Africa
11/1/2022 9:00:20 PM
In 1835 Charles Darwin, the father of the theory of evolution, was exploring an island in the Galápagos archipelago when he encountered “two large tortoises, each of which must have weighed at least two hundred pounds”. He had never seen anything like them. He became entranced by the animals and took at least one back to England as a pet.

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