Every murder in the country is a tragedy. But most don’t happen on white farms, or even in white areas.
Cyril Ramaphosa is discovering how difficult it is to govern the country.
The omens on the Ethiopian side are promising.
Somaliland’s chief diplomat comes to London.
Outside the court, Zuma led the 2,000-strong crowd in singing a famous Zulu song that talks of betrayal by one’s comrades.
We should be arguing for a more nuanced understanding of the past, not whitewashing torture and murder.
Abiy Ahmed has come to power following a period of intense unrest and violence.
Across the continent, UK expertise is being deployed online to sway elections and target dissidents.
Britain joins the US and France, which are floundering as human trafficking and drug smuggling mix with Islamist groups in the region.
“No one told us anything. They had not even began seriously searching for them.”
“You can’t avoid it. If Day Zero happens, Cape Town becomes a dysfunctional space.” But isn’t it already?