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South Africans survive on invasive fish due to virus lockdown

Some of South Africa’s coastal communities are surviving on an invasive fish species after Covid-19 lockdowns put a strain on access to proper food

Covid lockdown plunges South Africa deeper into recession

Covid lockdown plunges South Africa deeper into recession

South African pilots airlift food to communities in need

South African pilots airlift food to communities in need

South Africa gradually easing lockdown measures

South Africa gradually easing lockdown measures

Infection rates rise in South Africa's poor communities

Infection rates rise in South Africa's poor communities

11 newborn babies killed in hospital fire Tivaoaune city

11 newborn babies killed in hospital fire Tivaoaune city

Zimbabwe rallies African nations to push for legal ivory trade

Zimbabwe rallies African nations to push for legal ivory trade

Tough task ahead for Lebanon's independent MPs

Tough task ahead for Lebanon's independent MPs

Texas massacre highlights US gun divide

Texas massacre highlights US gun divide

UN warns over 1M children in Afghanistan will likely face severe malnutrition

UN warns over 1M children in Afghanistan will likely face severe malnutrition

Zelenskyy rebukes calls for Kiev to cede territory to Moscow

Zelenskyy rebukes calls for Kiev to cede territory to Moscow

British PM Johnson defiant despite 'Partygate' report

British PM Johnson defiant despite 'Partygate' report

North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in latest test

North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in latest test

Day symbolises unity and solidarity amongst African nations

Day symbolises unity and solidarity amongst African nations

Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu makes landmark visit to Israel

Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu makes landmark visit to Israel

Conflict enters fourth month as Russia targets eastern regions

Conflict enters fourth month as Russia targets eastern regions

Minimal rains in Somalia trigger drought, over four million people affected

Minimal rains in Somalia trigger drought, over four million people affected

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