Mbeki's South Africa Transition: By retiring from top ANC post, Nelson Mandela starts transfer of power.
S. Africans get church land Long denied title, blacks are gaining ownership of homes
U.S.-Africa relations in need of an overhaul
Nigeria descends deep into disrepute Rule by 'medieval warlords' is holding back largest nation on the African continent
New path for S. Africa Political priorities rearranged as Mbeki replaces Mandela; ANC leader unveils agenda; Relief for the poor supplants racial reconciliation
Not the Mother Africa some had prayed for
Mandela confronts defiance Apartheid-era leader is warned to testify
Winnie Mandela admits 'things went horribly wrong' But she rejects any responsibility for killings, beatings
Winnie Mandela made me kill, says murderer Multiple killer blames violent career on her
South African vigilantes counter gangsters and drugs with violence Police, civic groups decry desperate resort to rough justice
S. African teen was killed by police spy Testimony in case of Winnie Mandela reveals official link; Confessed killer denies spying; South African police chief tells of paying murderer $2,100 for his services
Winnie Mandela's ruthlessness prompted drive to isolate her Witnesses tell of being cowed by her power
Inner Harbor East is no place for...
S. Africa's 'only white tribe' forms separatist commune Dutch descendants cite 'need to survive'
Murderess for South African president?
Mother of S. Africa on a tightrope Mandela's ex-wife balances run for office, allegations of murder
Red flag flies confidently in South Africa Communists play big role in strained ruling alliance despite small numbers
Thinkers gather to ponder future 60 convene in Prague to reflect on human beings
Man of history bows out South Africa: White politics at a crossroads as former President de Klerk quits party post.
De Klerk resigns as party chief As president, he changed nature of South Africa
Post-colonial Africa cannot turn back
Setting killers free in S. Africa Harmony: To resolve a violent past, South Africa is willing to exchange the truth for the freedom of "political" killers.
Rainbow realities South Africa: As euphoria over Mandela leadership wanes, disillusionment is setting in.
Mandela's government faces rampant pessimism in S. Africa Racial divisions as extensive as ever, opinion survey finds
Mandela faces friction South Africa: Critics charge ANC government is slow in transferring wealth to blacks.
Profits before principle in U.S. diplomacy
Africa seeks 2004 Olympics Games: Officials of Cape Town, South Africa, hope to convince Olympics officials that the city is the perfect place for the 2004 Games.
U.S., S. Africa race to sway the continent These allies aren't alone in angling to tap Africa's immense wealth
Mandela standing as Kabila's ally S. African leader drawing criticism in U.S., at home
Africans running the show in Africa
The other Mandela Power struggle: The president's former wife may upset ANC's plan for orderly succession.
Bowe calls it a career at 40-1 He says next challenge is motivating youth
ZAIRE'S REBELS BLOCKING REFUGEE AID, U.N. SAYS; INSURGENTS ARE KILLING STRANDED RWANDAN HUTUS, RELIEF AGENCIES SAY
DE KLERK SAYS 1990 RELEASE OF MANDELA WAS 'MOMENT OF TRUTH' FOR S. AFRICA
BLACK AMERICANS SHOULD HELP ASIANS FIGHT BIGOTRY; ALLIES: AFRICAN-AMERICANS SHOULD NOT BELIEVE THAT BIGOTRY AGAINST ASIANS WILL HELP THEM. THE GROUPS SHOULD WORK TOGETHER.
Black Americans should help Asians fight bigotry Allies: African-Americans should not believe that bigotry against Asians will help them. The groups should work together.
Zaire delivering itself to the rebels Kabila pauses: Mobutu acts as if he doesn't know his days are numbered.
S. Africa tries anew to play peacemaker Zaire, rebels accept offer of negotiations
Crime and violence stalk post-apartheid S. Africa Mandela government comes under pressure
South Africa - bridging global inequalities Post-apartheid: A once-racist society can become the model for dealing with Earth's most basic conflicts.
RACISM FOUUGHT FROM ABROAD Leaders: Several notable African-Americans recognized that establishing a base in western Europe was a useful tactic in the struggle to improve conditions in United States
'Mandela and de Klerk,' but mostly Mandela
The past that haunts South Africa: Race riots, murder confessions test multi-racial society's fragile fabric.
Elimination of 35-hour week agreed uponYour editorial...
Baltimorean on mission to S. Africa Peace Corps volunteer is eager to depart with first delegation
Sontonga, voice of a continent Mystery: Those who wanted to honor the man whose song became the anthem of four African nations first had to hunt down the sparse details of his life and death.
Airing apartheid's filthy linen Honesty: All the terrible misdeeds of South African apartheid are being publicly exposed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu's truth commission in hopes of achieving a national reconciliation.
South African media wars Heated emotions: Irritated by criticism, Mandela attacks blacks in white-owned press.
After Mandela, what? South Africa: As ANC patriarchs retire, commitment to non-racialism will be tested.
November's fiction: a richness of novels