Behind the new Cape Town café is a business plan to expand to Johannesburg and then the capitals of the world.
Tuberculosis is rife - Mandela contracted TB there - and at least one inmate died last year of leptospirosis, a disease spread by rats
Africa's premier mining industry event...running for over 20 years
Angry weather: South Africa burns, as desert winds threatens world’s largest cocoa farms in West Africa
400,000 children are at risk of severe acute malnutrition in 2016, with worst drought in Ethiopia for 50 years happening right now.
Naspers, owner of Africa’s biggest pay-TV service, has expanded through acquisitions of stakes in early-stage technology firms in emerging markets.
Radical eating plan has divided nutritionists but is now being brought to country's poorest neighbourhoods where obesity is a major problem.
S. African giant owns 34% of Chinese Internet provider Tencent, has online interests in about 40 countries and is Africa’s biggest seller of pay TV.
Africa has a net food import bill of $35 billion per year, yet also has the largest arable land in the world.
1,250 gather in Cape Town for the 'African Davos' to hear stories of continent's upbeat economic future
The record levels of participation at this year's gathering can be seen to reflect an optimism in the economic prospects of the region, says WEF.
Police turned away residents, telling them they would not be able to sleep if they saw the bodies.
The 'Weirdness Index' of things South African tenants leave behind. It might make you choke on your dinner
Rivalries between the country's main two cities extend right into the bedroom. It is the kind of fight African cities need.