Still reeling from a bloody conflict, the country’s international reserves can only cover a few days of imports
Two battered BRICS chiefs: Zuma and Brazil’s Rousseff united in misery as corruption threatens gains
Both countries have the capacity to recover from their crises, but the current leadership in Brazil and South Africa can’t do it
While Zuma easily survived the no-confidence debate, heavy losses for the ANC in local elections could turn the party against him
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe delivers his State of the Nation address in Parliament in Harare on August 25, 2015
From beating women to unleashing dogs on protesters, Angola regime rules in brutal apartheid style - activist
For many years what worked in Angola was a policy of carrot-and-stick ... but nowadays Luanda has been left only with the stick.
Nation has raised taxes on everything from mines to water as it scrapes to pay public wage bill, which takes up 88% of the budget.