The impact of peace education or human rights courses ultimately depends on how teachers – who may not be neutral – implement them, write Line Kuppens and Arnim Langer.
Although not required for SADC citizens, travellers headed to Botswana will be required to pay this from 1 June.
“Massive” load-shedding could begin as early as next week in Zimbabwe – because the cash-strapped authorities still haven’t settled an $80 million debt to Eskom, a report says.
German broadcaster Deutsche Welle has announced that its Burundian correspondent, arrested on accusations of spying in the Democratic Republic of Congo last week, has been freed.
A young protester has been killed after a national guard vehicle “accidentally” ran him over in south Tunisia, raising fears of more social unrest in a region already rocked by weeks of protest.
Joice Mujuru says President Mugabe’s undiplomatic angry outbursts against other world leaders killed Zimbabwe, and Angolan apartheid troops are battling to survive in SA
A video clip showing a drunk police officer in Zimbabwe has sparked a wider conversation on social media about how unpopular President Robert Mugabe’s police force is.
Disgruntled former rebels demanding government compensation payments have blocked roads into Ivory Coast’s second biggest city, Bouake, as well as into the key northern city of Korhogo, reports say.
Congo broke ground on a new Chinese-funded parliament building in the capital Brazzaville estimated at over $58m.
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has declared a unilateral ceasefire as he launched a national dialogue, a controversial bid to end a civil war that excludes his rival Riek Machar.