After the fall of apartheid, nearly one million white South Africans left their country to move to Britain, Australia or New Zealand.
Defected pilots return home to Libya
Two Libyan fighter pilots who were instructed to bomb demonstrators in Benghazi back in February have returned home.
Somali children missing out on education
Nearly two million children in Somalia are missing out on an education, because of violence and now famine.
Gaddafi spokesman says "mercenaries" captured
A spokesman for the former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi says they have captured French, British, and Qatari nationals.
Libya's controversial rising star
In Libya, new figures are emerging in political and military circles during this transitional period; some even command wide appeal.
LIbyan rebels come under sniper fire in Bani Walid
Libyan revolutionary forces face fierce resistance as they stream into Bani Walid, one of the remaining bastions of support for deposed leader Colonel Muammar Gadhafi.
Libya's black migrants on AlJazeera
Libya’s black migrants face violence because of their skin colour.
Crucial Tantawi testimony postponed in Mubarak trial
The testimony of Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Egypt’s military ruler, as a witness at the trial of former president Hosni Mubarak has been postponed to September 24, judicial sources said Sunday.
Bidding Begins for Supply of SA's Renewable Energy
South Africa’s Department of Energy met with independent power producer bidders in Midrand to discuss the procurement process for the supply of renewable energy.
Kenyan Markets with Samora Kariuki
ABN’s Samantha Loring speaks Samora Kariuki, Research Analyst, NIC Securities, looking at: Kenya MPC raising rates by 75bpts; Local borrowing costs; Conflict among CMC Holdings board members; Uchumi aggressive expansion plans.