President Jacob Zuma says he and his fellow leaders had discussed Africa's growing concerns with the manner in which the ...
AU Commission chairwoman Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has not decided if she will run for a second term of office
Four Malian soldiers were killed, the army said, in two separate attacks in the desert north where an Islamist insurgency has re-erupted.
Burundi police said they had arrested two respected foreign journalists working in the capital.
An offshoot of the main opposition party has called for Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe to resign in order to pave the ...
South Africa's re-election to the AU's Peace and Security Council suggests that the country is bidding to become a de facto permanent member.
The impartiality of the International Criminal Court is being questioned as former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo goes on trial.
Botswana has maintained its top rating as the least corrupt African country, while Somalia was deemed the most corrupt
Speculation is rife that SA's Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma will retire from her position as the chairperson of the African Union Commission in July.
Zimbaweans living in SA have a week to collect special permits allowing them to remain in the country until the end of 2017.
The UN rights office urged Malawi to protect LGBTI people after a Malawian politician said gay and lesbian people were "worse ...
South Africa conveyed its condolences to Somalia and condemned the terrorist attacks in Mogadishu which left at least 20 people dead.
South Africa's likely participation in efforts to resolve the Burundi crisis has been welcomed.
Somalia's security forces ended a deadly siege of a beachfront restaurant in Mogadishu, with at least 17 killed in the attack.
Fearing genocide, two former presidents pleaded for the UN Security Council to back the deployment of international troops.
At least five people were killed in suicide attacks at a restaurant located at the Liddo Beach in Mogadishu, police confirmed.