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Zimbabwean health care system providing little for patients - 20 Mar 09

Years of economic crises in Zimbabwe have crippled the country's health care system. Lack of medicine and equipment, and strikes by staff ... tags: AlcareEnglishHaruheatlhhospitalsJazeera

Zuma sworn in as South Africa's president - 9 May 09

Jacob Zuma has officially become South Africa's new president - the fourth democratically-elected president since apartheid ended 15 years ... tags: alaljazeeraharujacobjazeeramutasazuma

Scars of Zimbabwe violence still fresh - 27 May 09

One year has passed since Zimbabwe held presidential elections that triggered off deadly clashes between rival factions across the ... tags: alaljazeeraelectionsharareharujazeeramugabe

Little change for many in South Africa 20 years on

When Nelson Mandela walked free from prison 20 years ago this week, South Africa's black majority was eager for social change and ... tags: africaafricanewsaljazeerachangeharumandelamutasa

Zimbabwean girl sings for social change

Prudence Mabhena, a Zimbabwean singer-songwriter born with arthrogryposis, is now a star at home, after a documentary based on her life won ... tags: africanewsaljazeeraarthrogryposisharuMabhenamutasaoscars

Racial tensions flare in South Africa

Racial tensions between black farm workers and their commonly white employers have heightened in South Africa since the murder of Eugene ... tags: africablackenglishharujazeeramutasaracial

South Africa's World Cup spending criticised

South Africa has spent more than 2 billion on infrastructure to get ready for the World Cup, but critics say a lot of the money is pushing ... tags: africaaljazeeracupfootballharumutasapoverty

South Africa crime clouds World Cup

All eyes are on South Africa as it prepares to host the 2010 World Cup and the country wants to show that it is ready for the football ... tags: africaafricanewscupenglishharujazeeramutasa

Dutch boy survives Libya crash

A Libyan aircraft has crashed while attempting to land at Tripoli airport, leaving an eight-year-old Dutch boy as the sole survivor. The ... tags: africaafricasnewsdutchenglishharujazeerajohannesburg

Watching World Cup, thanks to solar power

The village of Jericho lies just over 70km from the South African capital, Pretoria. But like millions of other South Africans, residents ... tags: AfricaAljazeeraCupHaruJazeeraJerichoMutasa

Tourists flock to Soweto

This year's world cup has brought an influx of tourists to South Africa and the township of Soweto outside Johannesburg has been a popular ... tags: AfricaAljazeeraHaruJazeeraJohannesburgMutasaSouth

World Cup boosts S Africa economy

The World Cup is boosting business confidence in South Africa despite a gloomy global outlook for Africa's biggest economy.Some analysts ... tags: africaafricanewsbusinesscupeconomyharujazeera