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South African Airways Opens Way to the Okavango Delta

South African Airways (SAA) has launched a new service between Johannesburg and Maun, Botswana - gateway to the world-famous Okavango Delta - as the...

Secret White Power Military Training Facility Uncovered In South Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - Journalist and videographer Elles van Gelder and photojournalist Ilvy Njiokiktjien, spent a week in the veld at a right-wing White power organization Kommandokorps, situated 230km east of Johannesburg, South Africa.

South Africa’s Apartheid Museum

Johannesburg's Apartheid Museum, assembled by a multi-disciplinary team of architects, curators, film-makers, historians and designers, takes the visitor on a powerful emotional journey into...

South African Airways Makes First Non-Stop Flight to China

South African Airways has made its first non-stop flight to China. An SAA Airbus A340-600, specially branded in honour of the Chinese Year of the Dragon, left Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday, arriving in Beijing on Wednesday morning. SAA - named Africa's best airline for the ninth year running in the 2011 Skytrax World Airline Awards - will operate the Johannesburg-Beijing route non-stop three times a week using its Airbus A340-600 long-haul aircraft.

South Africa's First Black Owned Airline Launched

A new airline to open up the skies for taxi commuters was launched at Lanseria airport, north of Johannesburg, on Friday. Santaco airlines, the brainchild of the SA National Taxi Council, would offer an all-in-one transport system between taxi ranks in different provinces.

Huge Show of Support for Julius Malema in Johannesburg

Johannesburg’s city centre was chaotic Tuesday as the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party began a disciplinary hearing against youth league’s president, Julius Malema.

Railway Deck to Boost Johannesburg Investment

Johannesburg's multi-billion rand railway deck is to be built in phases over 30 years east and west of the city's central Park Station. It will have a range of housing options – low cost and mixed rental units – hotels and office blocks.

The Life Of Albertina Sisulu

AFRICANGLOBE - Albertina Sisulu, who died in Johannesburg on Thursday at the age of 92, had little interest in politics when she met Walter Sisulu, future general secretary of the ANC. But she plunged wholeheartedly into the liberation struggle and emerged from years of detention, bannings and arrests as a major political figure in her own right.