New tourism representative seeks business for S. Africa
Mandela finds romance in Mozambique Machel leads U.N. study, works to alleviate poverty
South African commission finds justice isn't easy Panel wants to avoid witch-hunt label
Drug charges consistent with CIA thuggery
Forgotten continent Christopher visit: After years of neglect, the U.S. pays rare high-level attention to Africa.
They cover the waterfront; Publishing: Boating couple...
Apartheid-era defense chief acquitted in '87 massacre Prosecutor wanted to lose, say some S. African blacks
An African intervention force? U.S. idea: A plan to support and equip troops to move in when neighbors break down.
Apartheid brotherhood lightens up Fraternity: The Broederbond, the secret Afrikaner society behind South Africa's apartheid policies, has gone public, changed its name, and is acting like a Kiwanis club.
'Winnie' strives for sympathy Review: One-woman dramatization puts a positive spin on the life of controversial Winnie Mandela.
A university in turmoil Wits: South Africa's leading liberal university finds conflict accompanies majority rule.
2 Likud members urge Netanyahu to meet Arafat Pressure increasing as Israel's president announces own visit
Truth and consequences South Africa: National panel documents human rights violations under apartheid rule.
Some August novels: dog days come alive
From street hustler to president of NAACP Autobiography traces Mfume's journey to success
A long trek ends in triumph Marathoner Thugwane beat more than racism in South African first; ATLANTA OLYMPICS
Local ties to S. Africa encouraged Business partnerships are key, leaders say
Mandela's heir apparent Thabo Mbeki: Three years in advance, South Africa works on an orderly succession.
Michael Jackson makes non-news, wows South Africa
More austerity must come, Chirac tells Frenchmen Cake, appearance by Mandela mark 207th Bastille Day
South Africa's tough nut Transferring wealth: To make democracy work, Mandela has to end economic disparity.
South African election gains little for either main party ANC strong in cities, Inkatha in rural areas
Zulu voters slay a sheep for peace Election: Zulus in South Africa's KwaZulu/Natal province are to vote today in municipal elections that pit traditional tribal leaders against President Nelson Mandela's African National Congress.
A look back on Soweto's lesson Protest: When South African officials tried to force the language of apartheid's inventors on black students in Soweto in 1976, the students offered a lesson in protest.
S. Africa's black on white radio Reception: A formerly all-white radio station in Johannesburg has scored a hit with a morning talk show that features hosts from both races.
After Mandela, who and what? Succession: Nelson Mandela is such a powerful symbol of South Africa's near- miraculous reconciliation that life without him is fraught with uncertainty.
Turning point in South Africa: New constitution: Noble goals will be tested by the end of ANC-Nationalist partnership.
De Klerk's National Party pulls out of South Africa's Unity government An opposition stance will allow a larger role, former president says
S. Africa approves constitution Weeks of wrangling end with passage ahead of deadline
Mandela wins end to marriage he said 'existed only on paper' Judge rejects wife's plea for time after firing lawyer
Crushing portrait of a broken union Mandela vs. Mandela: South Africa's president describes emotional abandonment by the wife who had stood by him during his 27 years in prison.
Governor's trouble in paradise Despised figure: Queen Elizabeth's man in the Caribbean colony of Turks and Caicos has managed to offend just about everybody.
White S. Africans boycott newly integrated school Angry parents threaten to start new facility
Farrakhan abroad Rogues tour: Enemies of freedom are NOI leader's new friends.
Live, from L.A., it's O.J. After the trial: BET promises a no-holds-barred interview of O.J. Simpson in his first on-air session with a newsman.
Movie comes at the right time Free at last: Anant Singh waited for the end of apartheid to make 'Cry, the Beloved Country.'
No easy path to wealth South Africa: ANC's privatization plan puts it in conflict with organized labor allies.
Tough sanctions could topple Nigerian regime Tutu calls for stern measures against cruel dictatorship
South Africa's wise voters Local elections: African National Congress wins big but political plurality increases.
CIA could face trouble in S. Africa Murder case throws light on its role
County names 1st woman as circuit judge North's appointment comes week after first black chosen for bench; 'Why has it taken so long?'; Appointee is praised for compassion, mind, willingness to listen
First female judge is appointed to Anne Arundel Circuit Court Investiture comes week after first black is named
Mandela's party remains at top but short of total control Independents win seats in local council elections
South African electorate defies fears, predictions Voters wait hours in line to cast ballots for local council officials
African Hollywood After apartheid: The reborn South Africa is attracting movie-makers, and the movies they are making are often about the old days there.
Coming to terms with the past History: One sign of changes taking place in South African society is the police museum at Pretoria, which has exhibits dealing with the abuses and miseries of apartheid.
South Africans now considering post-Mandela phase
Crime drops its political veil
Powell: the political general His political acumen is viewed as both a plus and a minus