South Africa's parliament sends FICA bill back to Zuma

S.Africa's president Zuma urged by protesters to quit

Though the protesters numbered fewer than 100, the demonstration kept political tension high in Africa's most industrialised country.
South Africa's government reappoints Dudu Myeni as chairwoman of national airline

South African Airways granted extension to file in Hong Kong

"We are confident that we will meet all outstanding requirements."
Zambia's Lungu to be sworn on Sept. 13

Zambia's Lungu to be sworn on Sept. 13

Zambia's incumbent President Edgar Lungu will be sworn into office for a new five-year term on 13 September.
S.Africa's rand eases after Fed taper decision

South Africa's rand firmer, long-term risks linger

Rand 0.95 percent firmer at 14.3825 per dollar at 0640 GMT versus close of 14.5200 in New York on Friday.
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Mugabe says judges were reckless for allowing Zimbabwe protests

Some political activists have approached the High Court to challenge the ban which they say is unconstitutional