Roadblocks were also set up to secure the entrances of the area.
Gathered at the PAP were representatives of South Africa-based civil society organisations.
Political parties and pro-democracy groups have been outlawed for nearly five decades in the kingdom previously known as Swaziland.
The SA government said the former liberation leader remains very admired.
30,000 people have reportedly been evacuated from the country’s Cabo Delgado province.
Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest has been ranked as the world’s most beautiful place.

Botswana’s biggest ever diamond found

The oval shaped blue diamond weighs over 20 carats.

Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir moved to prison as protesters rally

Sudan’s military rulers have transferred ousted president Omar al-Bashir to prison, a family source said Wednesday.

Death toll rises to 58 amid armed clashes and heavy shelling in Libyan capital

In addition, 275 people have been wounded, including two doctors and an ambulance driver.

Africa’s richest man withdrew $10m just to look at it

Aliko Dangote says he needed to see the money so he could understand it was real.

US provides additional $2.5 million in response to Cyclone Idai

More than a 100,000 people were affected in the Manicaland province, Zimbabwe.

Downtown Cairo battles to keep cosmopolitan heritage alive

Cairo’s downtown, with its old European-designed buildings, is wrestling to preserve its cultural heritage as Egypt readies a new capital in the desert.

Ramaphosa stands by the Saharawi in their fight for independence from Morocco

The president also expressed the importance of the international community showing solidarity with the people of Western Sahara. 

Mozambique cyclone death toll climbs to 417: government

The World Food Programme says the humanitarian crisis following the cyclone is on a par with crises in Yemen, Syria and South Sudan.

Ramaphosa pledges to support Zimbabwe in its quest for ‘economic renewal’

Some feel the president has not been tough enough on our northern neighbour’s government.

The long road to gender equality

Many women are told they are cute but they will never win in an electoral poll.

Zimbabwe faces bread shortage crisis

The country has already seen increases in the price of bread of up to 70% in the past few weeks.

International organisations petition Mnangagwa over human rights abuses

Since the January 14 to 16 mass labour stayaway, 17 people have died and more than a thousand arrested, including opposition figures and human rights activists.

Nelson Chamisa barred from Oliver Mtukudzi’s memorial concert

Zimbabwean opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa was on Saturday barred from attending a music concert organised in honour of the late music grandee Oliver Mtukudzi, who died on Wednesday in Harare.

Artists, politicians mourn African music giant Oliver Mtukudzi

Mtukudzi also worked with the late Hugh Masekela, who died on the same day last year. He also worked with Black Mambazo.


 


 


 

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