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Helen Nyambura-Mwaura

Lion hunters warn U.S. conservation rules could backfire

Jun 12 2015

JOHANNESBURG The thrill of hunting lion keeps luring John Jackson back to Africa for the chance to stalk the beasts in the wild and gaze through the scope of his rifle at the king of the jungle. | Video

Lion hunters warn U.S. conservation rules could backfire

Jun 11 2015

JOHANNESBURG The thrill of hunting lion keeps luring John Jackson back to Africa for the chance to stalk the beasts in the wild and gaze through the scope of his rifle at the king of the jungle.

First black leader heads South Africa's opposition party

May 10 2015

JOHANNESBURG South Africa's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), said it voted Mmusi Maimane as leader on Sunday, making him the first black person to head the traditionally white party.

First black leader heads South Africa's opposition party

May 10 2015

JOHANNESBURG South Africa's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), said it voted Mmusi Maimane as leader on Sunday, making him the first black person to head the traditionally white party.

With African fashion in vogue, home talent shines

Feb 06 2015

JOHANNESBURG When Michelle Obama and Beyonce Knowles attended high-profile events in clothes made by African designers, it was a sure sign that the continent's vibrant style has arrived on the world stage.

African insurers in vogue as incomes rise

Dec 07 2014

LONDON/JOHANNESBURG A growing middle class in sub-Saharan Africa is enticing European and South African insurers to buy local firms focussing mainly on life insurance and pensions, in the face of mature markets and strong competition at home.

African insurers in vogue as incomes rise

Dec 07 2014

LONDON/JOHANNESBURG A growing middle class in sub-Saharan Africa is enticing European and South African insurers to buy local firms focussing mainly on life insurance and pensions, in the face of mature markets and strong competition at home.

African insurers in vogue as incomes rise

Dec 07 2014

LONDON/JOHANNESBURG A growing middle class in sub-Saharan Africa is enticing European and South African insurers to buy local firms focusing mainly on life insurance and pensions, in the face of mature markets and strong competition at home.

South Africans celebrate Mandela, rue broken promises

Dec 05 2014

PRETORIA South Africa marked the first anniversary of former President Nelson Mandela's death on Friday with tributes to his struggle against white-minority rule and sober reflections on the country's failure to capitalize on the freedom he fought for.

South Africans celebrate Mandela, rue broken promises

Dec 05 2014

PRETORIA South Africa marked the first anniversary of former President Nelson Mandela's death on Friday with tributes to his struggle against white-minority rule and sober reflections on the country's failure to capitalise on the freedom he fought for.

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