Afghanistan under the Taliban government is the “most repressive country in the world” for women’s rights, with authorities trapping women and girls.
The Pretoria High Court has ordered Home Affairs to process the asylum applications of 22 Afghan nationals.
Taliban forces killed a top Islamic State commander who allegedly planned attacks against diplomatic missions in Afghanistan’s capital.
The Minister seemingly believes there is a chance the Taliban could follow if South Africa accepts asylum seekers. He said SA doesn’t ‘have any military power’, but the US could protect them.
US Secretary of State announced new visa restrictions against the Taliban in response to bans on employment and education for women in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan’s Entop Auto Design engineers produced the country’s first-ever super car prototype from the remnants of NATO and US forces war materials.
In his much-awaited book, ‘Spare,’ Prince Harry reveals that he killed 25 people during his military service in Afghanistan.
A small group of Afghan women staged a defiant protest in Kabul against a Taliban order banning them from universities.
The Taliban have set new rules banning Afghanistan women from entering the capital’s public parks and funfairs.
At least 18 people were killed and 23 wounded following Friday’s bomb blast at a mosque in western Afghanistan.
SA’s Ryan Maron will rejoin Afghanistan as fielding coach for six months having previously worked with the national team in 2015 and 2017.
A small group of women took the streets in Afghanistan to protest the Taliban’s order that they need to cover up fully in a burqa.
Former England batsman Graham Thorpe has been appointed as the new head coach of the Afghanistan cricket team.
Students are left heartbroken as the Taliban has ordered secondary girls schools in Afghanistan to shut down just hours after they reopened.
It’s official, 2022 has picked up from where 2021 left off. The Taliban, of all groups, is calling for an end to the bloodshed in Ukraine.
Some public universities opened in Afghanistan Wednesday for the first time since the Taliban seized power in August, with a trickle of women attending classes that officials said would be segregated by sex.
Survivors of twin earthquakes in Afghanistan were waiting on Wednesday for aid to arrive after spending their second night exposed to sub-zero temperatures following tremors that killed at least 22 people and wrecked homes.
Rescue workers on Tuesday searched for survivors after an earthquake in a remote western region of Afghanistan killed at least 26 people and damaged hundreds of houses, officials said.
Taliban fighters paraded through a northwest Afghan city in a show of strength at the weekend, days after reinforcements were sent to quell unrest over the detention of a popular commander.