Nearly 60 dead in South Africa floods

Nearly 60 dead in South Africa floods

The death toll from floods and mudslides after rainstorms struck the South African port city of Durban and surrounding areas in KwaZulu-Natal province has climbed to 59, authorities said on Tuesday.
Coronavirus graft scandals shake South Africa's president

Coronavirus graft scandals shake South Africa's president

South Africa is reeling from coronavirus-linked corruption scandals that have battered President Cyril Ramaphosa's credibility and the country's image abroad, but spurred unprecedented efforts to boost transparency.
South African businesses seek partnership in Vietnam

South African businesses seek partnership in Vietnam 1

Vietnam is one of the promising strategic markets for South African businesses, heard the Vietnam-South Africa business conference in Ho Chi Minh City on October 21.
Six Vietnamese law violators in South Africa return home

Six Vietnamese law violators in South Africa return home

Six Vietnamese nationals, who were detained in South Africa in 2018 for violating the country’s biodiversity act on protection of threatened species, left the country for home on June 30 after performing their obligations to the court’s rulings.
13 killed in church collapse in South Africa

13 killed in church collapse in South Africa

Thirteen people were killed and 16 injured when part of a church collapsed on worshippers following a violent storm near the eastern South African city of Durban, officials said on Friday (Apr 19).
A decade of friendship and support from South Africa

A decade of friendship and support from South Africa

The Honorary Consulate of South Africa in Ho Chi Minh City celebrated its 10th anniversary and the 25th South African Freedom Day.
Lipsky triumphs to end 50-month European Tour drought

Lipsky triumphs to end 50-month European Tour drought

American David Lipsky held his nerve during a tense final nine holes on Sunday (Dec 16) to end a 50-month title drought by winning the EPGA Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa.
South Africa lashes Trump over land 'seizures' tweet

South Africa lashes Trump over land 'seizures' tweet

South Africa accused US President Donald Trump of fuelling racial tensions on Thursday (Aug 23) after he said farmers were being forced off their land and many of them killed.
South Africa's Van Rooyen sets early pace at British Open

South Africa's Van Rooyen sets early pace at British Open

South Africa's Erik van Rooyen put down an early marker at the British Open as a four-under-par first round of 67 gave him the clubhouse lead on Thursday (Jul 19) morning.
One dead, 20 injured in South Africa vintage plane crash

One dead, 20 injured in South Africa vintage plane crash

One person was killed and about 20 were injured when a vintage plane crashed on Tuesday (Jul 10) after it took off on a test flight from a small airport in the South African capital Pretoria, emergency services said.
Fair game? Lions eat poachers on South Africa reserve

Fair game? Lions eat poachers on South Africa reserve

At least three suspected poachers who were apparently hunting for rhinos have been mauled to death and eaten by lions on a game reserve in South Africa, the owner said on Thursday (Jul 5).
South African National Day marked in Ho Chi Minh City

South African National Day marked in Ho Chi Minh City

The 24th anniversary of the South African National Day was celebrated in Ho Chi Minh City.
Clinton to visit South Sudan on major Africa trip

Clinton to visit South Sudan on major Africa trip

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit troubled South Sudan on an 11-day Africa trip starting this week aimed at spurring economic growth, peace and security, according to a US official.
Red carpet greets S. African businesses: stateswoman

Red carpet greets S. African businesses: stateswoman

Vice State President Nguyen Thi Doan assured South African investors of good conditions to gain success in Vietnam at a business forum in Johannesburg on May 3.

South Africa signs new trade pacts with China

South Africa and China inked a series of energy and trade deals Wednesday as the Asian economic power sought to secure minerals needed to fuel its booming economy.