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Daily Archives: January 28, 2016

South Africa: Racism can’t be cured or debated

South Africa: Racism can’t be cured or debated

Racism cannot be cured or be debated, secretary general of South Africa’s ruling party ANC, Gwede Mantashe said on Wednesday. "Those who are victims are impatient. Those who have ...

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Liverpool to play Manchester City in Capital One Cup final

Liverpool to play Manchester City in Capital One Cup final

Manchester City will face Liverpool in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley next month after Manuel Pellegrini’s introduction of Kevin De Bruyne turned Wednesday’s semi-final agai ...

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13 killed in a series of suicide attacks in Chibok town

13 killed in a series of suicide attacks in Chibok town

At least 13 people were killed when three suicide bombers blew themselves up in the northeast Nigerian town of Chibok, where Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls. The bl ...

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Libya conflict lingers leaving nearly 2 million in need of health care

Libya conflict lingers leaving nearly 2 million in need of health care

As Libya’s year long peace talks aimed at establishing a unity government stall again, the lives of millions of people needing urgent health care linger in the balance. WHO and he ...

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Specialists denounce Africa’s reliance on drug imports

Specialists denounce Africa’s reliance on drug imports

Experts gathered in Nairobi on Tuesday decried sub-Saharan Africa’s high dependence on imported medicines. Rory Horner, Britain’s University of Manchester Lecturer on Globalisatio ...

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CHAN 2016: Mali into quarter-finals after draw with Zambia

CHAN 2016: Mali into quarter-finals after draw with Zambia

Zambia and Mali are both through to the quarter-finals of the African Nations Championship after they played out a goalless draw in Group D. The local Chipolopolo side had already ...

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Kaddu Sebunya elected President of African Wildlife Foundation

Kaddu Sebunya elected President of African Wildlife Foundation

The African Wildlife Foundation announced today it has elected Ugandan native Kaddu Kiwe Sebunya to serve as its new President. Sebunya will focus on advancing a clear policy agen ...

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28th Ordinary Session of the AU places strong focus on Agenda 2063

28th Ordinary Session of the AU places strong focus on Agenda 2063

The African Union (AU) Executive Council has emphasised the importance of upholding human rights especially women’s rights in Africa for an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Afr ...

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Is Eskom’s business model sustainable?

Is Eskom’s business model sustainable?

Eskom, South Africa's power utility, and supplier of energy to other parts of the continent, has recently come under fire from consumers and industry regarding the high cost of su ...

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Poetry corner: I’m just a Poet

Poetry corner: I’m just a Poet

A collaboration by young Zimbabwean poets; Simbarashe Mudukuti, Kudakwashe Chiwara, Ashley Mawere, Donald Kuutsi, Gaylord Munemo, Albert Sithole and Benevolent Masora. By Simbaras ...

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