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Daily Archives: January 8, 2016

Aubameyang beats Yaya to CAF award

Aubameyang beats Yaya to CAF award

Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang beat Ivory Coast’s Yaya Toure by a whisker to win the Confederation of African Football's player of the year award. In a vote of coaches an ...

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Star Wars breaks box office record

Star Wars breaks box office record

Star Wars has dominated the film market over the past few weeks. The studio claims the JJ Abrams film has passed the US$ 760.5 million taken by Avatar over its lifetime, but has y ...

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Islamic State kills 47 people in Libya

Islamic State kills 47 people in Libya

At least 47 people have been killed by a truck bomb targeting a police training centre in the western Libyan city of Zliten, it is alleged. Media in Libya said the attack struck t ...

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South Africa ends trade row with US

South Africa ends trade row with US

South Africa has fixed a trade row with the United States which threatened millions of dollars’ worth of business, its trade minister has said. The US had said it would throw Sout ...

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Sugar: The good, bad and tasty

Sugar: The good, bad and tasty

Africa is long known for high rates of hunger, under-nutrition and infectious diseases like HIV/AIDS but a disturbing new threat of no communicable diseases (NCDs) associated with ...

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Poetry corner: Poems by Africans

Poetry corner: Poems by Africans

We publish your poems. Today's poem, 60 seconds was submitted by Makamba Online reader, Margaret Chideme Mukahanana. 60 seconds Can I find poetry in the sound of pain? With the in ...

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