Service delivery protests calling for better living conditions become increasingly common as the poor grow frustrated.
After protesters close down schools, burn buildings and threaten teachers, secret facilities are only learning locale.
First peaceful political transition in decades raises the possibility that the country just might have turned a corner.
Miners and other black South Africans living in poverty feel deserted by the ANC government they helped put into power.
Causing violence is only way to get the government's attention for shocking working conditions, Lonmin miners say.
Neighbouring countries are growing worried about the rise of armed groups in the porous sub-Sahara region.
Somalis won’t be voting in this election but they still have strong opinions on the kind of president they want.
The scale of brutality might be novel to post-Apartheid South Africa, but the deadly story is not altogether new.
I've spent enough time at the mine in Marikana by now to understand exactly how unclear the situation is in many ways.
Rare sense of hope surrounds new dialogue between African rivals, while economic situation for both states is dire.
Attention is on platinum strike despite violent protests else where that have left many children unable to go to school.