South Africa government lawyer has 'no confirmation' Bashir left country
Bashir has been indicted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
South Africa bans Sudan president from leaving over arrest warrant
The International Criminal Court called for Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted for alleged war crimes, to be arrested at a summit in Johannesburg.
Pistorius recommended for release on Aug 21
He is scheduled to be freed on parole on August 21 after serving ten months in jail.
South African official casually mentions Iraq War in reaction to US-led FIFA investigation
'If these developments will leave us as the way we have left the people of Iraq and Afghanistan, then it was not a worthy cause to pursue.'
'Lion Park' where an American was mauled to death has a controversial past
From cub-petting to 'canned hunting.'
It's official: Jacob Zuma's swimming pool is a matter of national security
No, really. He needs that water in case his thatched roof catches on fire.
South Africans are mad at FIFA for ruining their proud World Cup moment
Mandela 'must be turning in his grave' over the FIFA scandal tarnishing the country's 2010 legacy, said one.
Carjackings are on the rise again in South Africa
While some drivers are abandoned unharmed, others are kidnapped, raped and murdered.
This street performer in Cape Town is basically the Mozart of animal sounds
With more than 26 percent of South Africans unemployed, William Kafta feeds his family by singing bird songs.
Out of Africa? Texans offer sanctuary to endangered rhinos
As poaching reaches record levels, a group of wildlife conservationists want to bring South African rhinos to the US
The Economic Freedom Fighters sound like modern-day superheroes
But they probably aren't.
South Africa's novel solution to xenophobic violence: Kick out the foreigners
One rights group referred to Operation Sweep Clean as 'state coordinated xenophobia.'
Russia's Putin and South Africa’s Zuma are spending an awful lot of time together
They gab on the phone, too. So what are they talking about?
South Africa rhino poaching at new record high
The South African government said Sunday that more rhinos had been poached in 2015 than in the previous year.
Xenophobic attacks loom over southern African economic summit
Rampant unemployment and poverty are seen as an underlying cause of the violence.
Africa isn't very happy with South Africa
A spate of xenophobic attacks has tarnished South Africa's image on the continent.
At least 350 foreigners have been killed in South Africa since 2008
And the murderers keep getting away with it.
South Africa sends soldiers to anti-immigrant hotspots
US-SAFRICA-VIOLENCE-ARMY:South Africa sends soldiers to anti-immigrant hotspots
South Africa's Zuma seeks to reassure foreigners as violence spreads
President Jacob Zuma on Saturday pleaded with foreigners to stay in South Africa as he canceled a visit to Indonesia to deal with a wave of deadly xenophobic violence at home.
Trevor Noah breaks the internet in South Africa after 'Daily Show' announcement
Here's how South Africans reacted to the news that the Johannesburg-born comedian will take over from Jon Stewart as the host of 'The Daily Show.'
A break-in at a South African nuclear complex alarms Washington and strains relations years later
Two teams of raiders penetrated a site holding enough explosives to fuel six nuclear bombs, but no one was ever caught.
Here's the view from one of the most spectacular seaside drives in the world (PHOTOS)
Chapman's Peak Drive in South Africa winds along a dramatic stretch of the Atlantic Ocean.
South African park officials may euthanize aggressive monkeys
Tourists feeding the animals treats are to blame.
Inside South Africa's parliament on a night of fistfights and chaos
President Jacob Zuma's state of the nation address was marred by fights in parliament as MPs were dragged out by security forces.
'Africa rising' narrative takes a hit as foreign investors scale back investment
The well-worn narrative of Africa as a place ripe with growth potential isn't as strong as it once was.
Democracy is on hold while Nigeria 'takes out' Boko Haram. It could be a while
The Nigerian military has vowed to tackle Boko Haram before rescheduled elections in six weeks. But there are concerns that elections could be postponed even longer.
Notorious apartheid-era assassin known as 'Prime Evil' is set free in South Africa
Eugene de Kock commanded a top-secret police death squad that killed dozens of anti-apartheid activists.
A wave of xenophobic attacks shakes Soweto, cradle of the anti-apartheid movement
Looters are targeting shops belonging to migrants from Somalia, Bangladesh, Malawi and Ethiopia.
South African police officers accused of detaining women in order to rape them
A new report reveals that a large number of police officers have been charged with crimes ranging from murder, armed robbery and rape.
7 times celebrities made embarrassing political statements on social media
Lindsay Lohan's Instagram tribute to the late Saudi king was pretty weird, but celebrities have done worse.
South Africa's rhino population may be in decline for the first time in nearly a century
Authorities have started to relocate dozens of rhinos from poaching “hot spots” to safer locations.