Kampala - Ugandan authorities seized a ton of illegal ivory and arrested three west Africans they believe were plotting to ship it abroad, an official said Saturday.

Cape Town – The City of Cape Town is set to release the identities of all customers found guilty of contravention of Level 3B water restrictions on Monday.

The EU and Morocco agreed on Tuesday to push ahead with an agriculture trade accord, a day after Rabat warned Brussels that failure to do so would damage ties.

Johannesburg - A UN report says that more than 120 000 Nigerians likely will suffer "catastrophic" famine-like conditions caused by Boko Haram's Islamic uprising, among 11 million confronting sever

Johannesburg – A type of charcoal made from eucalyptus trees could provide the solution to South Africa’s polluted water.