Over five years ago, the Pan-African Parliament — an offshoot of the African Union — was created in Ethiopia. Since then, the parliament has been moved to Midrand, South Africa, a town about halfway between Johannesburg, and that country’s capital, Pretoria.…More →
Apparently due to an interruption in rail service from South Africa’s coast, Johannesburg’s Tambo airport has recently been running short on jet fuel, reports the Agence France Presse.
As Africa’s busiest airport, and a key hub for next year’s World Cup…More →
Since late 2006, Johannesburg-based mobile provider, MTN, has owned and operated 49 percent of MTN Irancell, one of the major mobile operators in Iran.
However, with recent turmoil in Iran, including limits and blockage of mobile service by the Iranian…More →
Johannesburg is one of the most vibrant cities in southern Africa. The city is one of the…More →