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South Africa: At least 320 injured in train collision
At least 320 people were reportedly injured when two trains crashed on a railway connecting Johannesburg and Pretoria, Thursday.
Exclusive: Saudis seek wide-ranging deals with South African arms firms
Saudi Arabia is in talks with South Africa’s major arms manufacturers and is considering taking an equity stake in the struggling state-owned defense firm Denel, the head of the Saudi state defense company told Reuters.
South Africa may need IMF help if debt keeps growing
South Africa may be driven to the International Monetary Fund if its rising debt goes unchecked without the buffer of savings or new sources of tax revenue, the country’s National Planning Commission said.
South African man arrested for racist rant at Ramaphosa
A South African man was arrested and will be charged in court for posting a video on social media in which he hurled racial abuse at President Cyril Ramaphosa, police said on Thursday.
Trade counselor: South Africa can benefit from Kerman Province's capabilities
‌South Africa can use the capacities and capabilities of the southeastern Iranian province of Kerman in all fields including development of infrastructure and industries, said the trade counsellor at the country's embassy in Iran.
South Africa summons US chargé d'affaires over Trump’s tweets
South Africa's government has summoned US Chargé d’Affaires Jessye Lapenn over US President Donald Trump's tweet on Pretoria's land policy.
South Africa inquiry opens into alleged graft under Zuma
A public inquiry has opened in South Africa, probing alleged corruption under scandal-tainted former president Jacob Zuma, who is accused of overseeing widespread graft during his nine-year reign.
South Africa's Exxaro half-year profit up 8 percent on coal performance
South Africa’s Exxaro Resources Ltd (EXXJ.J) said on Thursday half-year profit rose 8 percent boosted by a strong performance in its core coal business.
Mandela never became a prisoner of his past: UN Chief
United Nations secretary-general in his video message on Nelson Mandela International Day, July 18, 2018 said Mandela was held captive for many years but he never became a prisoner of his past.
South Africa plans sweeping changes to health-care system
South Africa’s health-care system may face a major overhaul as the government moves ahead with plans to implement mandatory national insurance and reduce the cost of private care.
Two killed in knife attack at mosque in South Africa, police say
Two people were stabbed to death on Thursday at a mosque in South Africa’s Malmesbury in the Western Cape before the attacker was shot dead by police.
Iran, South Africa FMs discuss issues of mutual interest
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is in Pretoria at the head of a high ranking politico-economic delegation held talks with his South African counterpart Lindiwe Sisulu on issues of mutual interest Tuesday Night.
World looks up to India and South Africa for providing leadership: Sushma Swaraj
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela gave hope to the enslaved people of this world, whether under colonialism or apartheid.
Iranian trade delegation to visit South Africa in mid-June
An Iranian trade delegation comprised of private sector representatives will travel to South Africa in mid-June to explore business opportunities.

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