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The musical story of Winnie Mandela, a wife of freedom
South Africans vent frustration, this time in municipal elections
South Africa's many small parties highlight vibrant democracy
What it means for outsiders to cover war and tragedy in Africa
South Africa election: Why some poor black voters may ditch the ANC this time
Table Mountain becomes haven for South Africa's robbers
In South Africa, lesbian murder case highlights justice system's slow response
Court ruling ends Cape Town's 'toilet wars'
'Drop out of school': Does that advice work in South Africa?
South African woman challenges belief that the violin is only for the wealthy
In S. Africa, song controversy reveals depth of racial rift today
Who are the BRICS?
South Africa joins the BRICS club, calls for reform of UN
Baboons' taste buds spur whole new crop in South Africa
Who's rethinking support for Libya's no-fly zone – and why
Just what did South Africa's Zuma tell Qaddafi in a phone call?
South Africa's now-neutral stance on Ivory Coast infuriates president-elect's camp
Soap operas bring linguistic democracy to South Africa
South Africa's Jacob Zuma slammed for saying ANC voters will go to heaven
South Africa's truckers threaten 'devastating' strike
How revolt in Egypt, Tunisia plays in South Africa
An icon of the American road finds a home in South Africa
South Africa ups border security amid Christmas travel
Bus shortages complicate Zimbabwean migrants' hopes of going home for Christmas
WikiLeaks documents roil Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa
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British lawmakers say high heel workplace ban is a step too far
O'Reilly and changing a culture of sexual harassment
Those obituaries for Trump-style populism? A bit premature.
Breakthroughs arise from a precise mix of old and new knowledge, say scientists
March for Science: Can science and political activism coexist?
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