Dining like a Mozambican includes franguinho, magumba and an ocean breeze.
He went from an African slave to a storied samurai.
The Battle of iSandlwana saw 1,300 British troops killed by Zulus with inferior weapons.
This 36-year-old American plans to unseat Africa’s despots. Just don’t call him a white savior.
Nompumelelo Mqwebu is a vocal proponent of unearthing South Africa’s precolonial food heritage.
Robert Smit was meant to be South Africa’s next finance minister — before he and his wife were shot dead.
Black South Africans have long been hobby beekeepers, but now they’re making serious money from honey.
This NGO teaches marginalized women how to create and sell beautiful things.
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Three decades after a plane crash killed Mozambique’s President Samora Machel, unanswered questions linger.
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Public and investor euphoria is sweeping across the land of Nelson Mandela, but corruption remains.