A journey into how investigative journalists uncovered the alleged corruption scandal surrounding former South African president Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family.
At least 22 people have been found dead in a nightclub in South Africa's city of East London as police investigate the cause of the incident.
Long sought by South African authorities, the Gupta brothers now face the prospect of being extradited and possibly even a lengthy prison sentence if convicted.
Thousands of soldiers deployed to help with relief efforts in KwaZulu-Natal province, officials say, with President Ramaphosa warning rebuilding even basic services will take time.
Unusually heavy rains began a few days ago in parts of KwaZulu-Natal, leading to massive floods that have wreaked havoc in the country’s most popular holiday destination.
Officials report 306 deaths from rains, the heaviest in six decades, that wreaked havoc in the coastal province of KwaZulu-Natal at the weekend, destroying homes and infrastructure.
At least 59 dead as intensely heavy rainfall in the eastern coastal province floods settlements, ravages homes and sweeps away roads, officials say.
South Africa's first democratic, black president was arrested on August 5, 1962 and now his arrest warrant is up for sale as an NFT.
Zandile Christmas Mafe, 49, was arrested around the parliament complex after the fire broke out on January 2.
Hundreds of homes had been washed away in the iron-roof informal settlements just outside the country's East London city, especially the Mdantsane township, reports local media.
Allegations against ex-president Jacob Zuma included "state capture" in which he allowed businessmen to plunder state coffers during his nine years in office.
No casualties have been reported in the fire, but the damage to the nation's parliament has shocked the country.
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