CAPE TOWN, Nov 8 Uganda expects to start
producing oil in 2021, a year later than initially planned, and
its refinery should be up and running by 2023, its oil minister
said on Thursday.
CAPE TOWN, Nov 6 Africa-focused Tullow Oil
expects the first crude shipments from its Kenyan
oilfields in the first half of 2019 and is pricing the product
for the market, the company's chief executive said on Tuesday.
EDENVILLE, South Africa Earlier this year, Nick Serfontein wrote an open letter to South African President Cyril Ramaphosa asking him to take the views of white farmers on board as the government considers expropriating land without compensation to reduce rural poverty. | Video
JOHANNESBURG South Africans overwhelmingly support changing the constitution to allow land to be expropriated without compensation, parliament said on Thursday, announcing the findings of a draft report that followed public hearings on the issue. | Video
JOHANNESBURG, Nov 1 South Africans
overwhelmingly support changing the constitution to allow land
to be expropriated without compensation, parliament said on
Thursday, announcing the findings of a draft report that
followed public hearings on the issue.
JOHANNESBURG South African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Sunday he had faced blackmail threats over a private sex video that was leaked after his phone was hacked when he was finance minister.
JOHANNESBURG South African Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Sunday that efforts to clean up corruption in state-owned companies (SOCs) faced "dangerous" resistance which threatened the country's sovereignty.
JOHANNESBURG South African President Cyril Ramaphosa declared himself in economic "repair mode" at a major investment conference on Friday as the country raised a total of $55 billion from investors to help haul itself out of recession.
JOHANNESBURG South Africa's top court ruled on Thursday that a platinum miner that has a deal with a tribal chief could not evict a group of black farmers, in a decision that could curtail the power of traditional leaders whose deals often disadvantage poor blacks.
JOHANNESBURG Riots in South Africa linked to public anger over poor government services and poverty have hit a record high in 2018, data showed on Wednesday, a sign one analyst said the ruling African National Congress should not ignore ahead of elections next year.