Baboons love the calorie-heavy food found in people's homes.
"I do know that he has supported and continues to retweet white supremacists on his Twitter account," Noah told the BBC.
South Africa has a long history of racial segregation.
James Krause was declared dead after he went missing on a flight from South Africa to Mali, but his family says he is alive.
The Zimbabwean president said he had been told that Mandela "made mistakes" when negotiating an end to apartheid.
Johannesburg breeder John Hume says that making rhino horn more easily available will deter poachers from killing the rare animals.
Zimbabwe's first lady is trying to dodge allegations of assault, but many are adamant she should be charged.
Grace Mugabe is accused of assaulting a young woman with an extension cord after the woman visited two of the Mugabe sons at a Johannesburg hotel.
McGowan was kidnapped along with a Swede and Dutch national, both of whom have already been released.
Zille, the former leader of the opposition, has been forced to apologize after tweeting that colonialism was not entirely bad.
Africa's most advanced economy has fallen into recession for the first time in eight years, and pundits are blaming the president.
The lions were found with their heads, skin, tails and feet removed after an attack by poachers.
Penuel Mnguni said he realized the practice of feeding snakes was "not scriptural" after listening to millionaire pastor T. B. Joshua.
The embattled leader has faced a barrage of accusations of graft after a massive email leak.
A leak of more than 100,000 emails showed that the Guptas, friends of Zuma, hold significant influence over the awarding of government contracts.
Mmusi Maimane traveled to Zambia on Thursday to attend the trial of the country's embattled opposition leader, but says he was "assaulted" and turned back upon arrival.
Invoking an apartheid era law to escape accountability is a misguided move that will ask far more questions of the president than it avoids.
"She is bold and you can't fool her," Zuma said about Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, his wife for 16 years.
The discovery of ancient human remains in an important cave site in South Africa raises major questions about the evolution of our direct ancestors, Homo sapiens.
The pair are accused of throwing the 16-year-old from a moving vehicle after catching him stealing sunflowers.
South Africa's state-run power firm supplies a fifth of its neighbor's daily electricity needs.
F.W. de Klerk said that he was "deeply disappointed" in the scandal-dogged leader.