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World Cup vuvuzelas, anathema to ear drums, now to decorate ears
South Africa's growing trend: cynicism
South Africa online news publisher avoids gimmicks, bets on analysis
Why Africa's young thinkers are headed to prestigious US colleges
South African and Vietnamese wildlife officials meet to stem rhino horn trade
In Cape Town, a clamor for independence
More white South Africans struggle in post-apartheid economy
South Africa to join UN Security Council. Will it take lead on Africa conflicts?
What to do with World Cup's vuvuzelas? Design an alternate use and win $1,500.
Botswana president wants Zimbabwe sanctions lifted
Industry expert warning: Nationalizing South Africa mining will scare investors
Striking South African workers are returning to the negotiating table
Wal-Mart could lead corporate America into Africa
Can Wal-Mart bring happy days to Africa?
South Africa strike sends students beyond the classroom to learn
Global News Blog
Dodo egg claim disputed in South Africa
At South Africa summit, hard-liners pushing to seize white farms
ANC faction proposes a second South Africa media tribunal
Global News Blog
In South Africa, judge outlaws burning Bibles, Qurans, other holy books
South Africa seeks value-added China investment
Strikes in South Africa could have long-term economic consequences
South African government makes salary offer to striking unions
Tensions between media and ANC on display in South Africa
World Cup legacy: more bids to get South Africans out of their cars
In South Africa, ANC Youth League bouncers send local journalists scurrying
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New York's unusual plan to build minority confidence in its cops
Report: 13 Southern states suspend black students at much higher rates
Can Russia's only independent election monitor survive Kremlin pressure?
With prep school rape case, more focus on campuses' prevention efforts
Seeking Refuge: Five lessons from Europe's migration crisis
Is Donald Trump rising, or is rest of Republican field sinking?
Have US laws created an online haven for Islamic State propaganda?
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North Korea’s old ruse falters
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Global sea levels rise three inches: Is that a lot? (+video)
Could this ancient complex be the lost palace of Sparta?
Butterflies in space? Hubble beams back specular image of iridescent 'wings'
Are debate rules (unfairly) hurting Carly Fiorina?
Florida braces for tropical storm Erika. Could it become a hurricane?
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