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Church leaders defend 'Public Protector' vilified over Zuma report

A blizzard of brickbats, insults and other aspersions aimed at South Africa’s public protector assigned to investigate the taxpayer-financed country estate of President Jacob Zuma have roused the Diakonia Council of Churches, a social justice faith-based group, which this week came to her defense in an open letter.

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Black South Africans Get New Chance to Seek Redress for Stolen Land

Jun. 30 (GIN) - South Africa will restart the claims process that provides compensation to black families who were illegally removed from their land during white rule. The window for those claims had been shut 16 years ago.

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Fight Over Spoils Turns Deadly in Leaderless Lesotho

In the Kingdom of Lesotho, Prime Minister Tom Thabane, fearing a military coup, slipped out of the country Saturday night.

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