US conservation officials have slapped a temporary ban on sport hunters taking elephant trophies back to the US
Foreigners may face being excluded from SA for 2 to 10 years should they try to travel without a valid visa
Monarch seems to want all the attention to himself during his birthday celebrations
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SA government believes the Guinean government is doing enough to screen them as they leave the country
Hunter’s death sparks alarm
South Africa has sent condolences to those in Guinea affected by an Ebola haemorrhagic fever outbreak
War-torn South Sudan could become the scene of the worst famine catastrophe in Africa in decades without more aid, the UN warned
Namibia’s Ovahimba and Ovazemba men have traded wives for generations. But is it swinging with a tribal touch? Or is it rape?
A Malawian man has been left without a penis and is missing three toes after they were eaten by a hyena in a Zambian border town
The UN peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo said it is preparing a gradual withdrawal from the country
Kenyan Muslim rights groups threatened to stage street protests unless the government met a deadline to say who killed a prominent Islamist
There is a danger the international community will ignore Sudan's “astonishing” aid needs, just as the situation in parts of the country deteriorates, a British aid official said
Foreign mining firms have locked down operations in Guinea and pulled out some international staff, as the death toll from suspected cases of Ebola there hit 83
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