No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
Paratroopers will test out a new uniform for combat in extreme desert conditions.
Sierra Leone's recovery after Ebola is testament to the power of the private sector in state-building.
In Ethiopia, 9,000 Jews are waiting to move to Israel—but it may not be the promised land after all.
Bazooke Rhadebe's call for the right to say no to mining companies has echoes all over South Africa.
Cafferkey was infected while working at a Sierra Leone treatment centre in 2014.
Israel had rejected thousands of Ethiopian applications if they had deserted the military at home.
Roni Alsheich claimed this week that it is "natural" for police to suspect Ethiopians of crime.
The country's Ethiopian community has condemned Roni Alsheich.
The former vice president has left for a safe country in east Africa, according to a spokesman.
The African National Congress's showing is its worst since the end of apartheid.
The country continues to reject Eritrean and Sudanese applications in the country.
Baptist minister Evan Mawarire has been arrested for calling "stay at home protests."
But human rights campaigners say policy flies in the face of international refugee rules.
U.S. embassy says up-market shopping areas and malls in the commercial hub of Johannesburg and Cape Town are the main targets.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, says the pact is expected to cause an upsurge in economic activities.