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Monthly Archives: October 2020

Bushiris imprisoned for money laundering – South Africa

Bushiris imprisoned for money laundering – South Africa

Self-proclaimed prophet, Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary, are set to spend at least two nights at the Kgoshi Mampuru Correctional Centre following their appearance in the Pret ...

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Nigerian forces killed 12 peaceful protesters – #EndSARS

Nigerian forces killed 12 peaceful protesters – #EndSARS

Amnesty International said in a report Wednesday that Nigeria’s security forces fired upon two large gatherings of peaceful protesters Tuesday night, killing 12 people calling for ...

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Anglo American sued for lead poisoning in Zambia mining town

Anglo American sued for lead poisoning in Zambia mining town

A group of Zambian women and children filed a suit against Anglo American Plc in South Africa, alleging the mining company caused widespread lead poisoning from a mine it owned un ...

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Guinea hit by deadly post-election violence

Guinea hit by deadly post-election violence

Nine people, including one police officer, have died in the West African state of Guinea, the security ministry said Wednesday, following days of unrest after a tense weekend pres ...

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Guineans vote in high-stakes presidential election

Guineans vote in high-stakes presidential election

Guineans started voting on Sunday in a tense presidential election which sees the 82-year-old incumbent Alpha Conde running for a controversial third term. The leader bypassed a t ...

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South Africa opens borders to African countries, restricts others

South Africa opens borders to African countries, restricts others

South Africa will reopen its borders to all African countries from Thursday while barring tourists from around 50 nations with high coronavirus infection rates, the government sai ...

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Nicki Minaj welcomes first child

Nicki Minaj welcomes first child

Nicki Minaj is believed to have welcomed her first child into the world with her husband Kenneth 'Zoo' Petty, after sources with ''direct knowledge'' told TMZ the star gave birth ...

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10 000 teachers put on standby – Zimbabwe

10 000 teachers put on standby – Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean government has put around 10 000 qualified, but unemployed, teachers on standby to replace those that are holding the State to ransom by engaging in an illegal industri ...

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Drogba wins admired UEFA President’s Award

Drogba wins admired UEFA President’s Award

Didier Drogba has been named as the recipient of the 2020 UEFA President's Award.   The former Chelsea and Ivory Coast striker was hailed as a "pioneer" by UEFA president Ale ...

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