A local health authoritiy has launched an investigation after paramedics mistakenly pronounced an injured man 'dead' at the scene of a road accident
A US trade deal has allowed Lesotho’s garment and textile industries to flourish, but this could be jeopardised by the country’s human rights record
It's a contender for goal of the season
Researchers excited by 'historic' drug trial that could lead to HIV prevention drug
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Conflict resolution across the world frequently leaves LGBT citizens behind
Australia 169-4 South Africa 540
Report calls on government to set up independent judge-led inquiry
‘The world is going backward. The chaos is coming’
The West African nation is the latest to withdraw from the Hague-based tribunal, accusing the institution of the 'persecution and humiliation of people of colour, especially Africans'
There are fears that more African nations could leave the war crimes court
'It's not nudity, it's culture'
One university campus square is strewn with spent shotgun shells and rocks after skirmishes between police and protesters
Measures come after reports of assaults on at least three female passengers
Buddy “is completely ill-equipped to survive in the wild. He will have no idea where he is”
Hannes Engelbrecht says more than 95,000 white South Africans have emigrated in four years