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Zimbabwe police pledges to work for all political parties and voters

Zimbabwe police pledges to work for all political parties and voters

Zimbabwe’s police force has established a special task force to secure the forthcoming general elections, pledging to expeditiously and professionally deal with all cases of polit ...

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10 highest paid African presidents

10 highest paid African presidents

African presidents are among the highest paid in the world despite the continent’s many challenges. According to African Rakings.com, these are some of the wealthiest leaders in A ...

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Queen hopes Prince Charles will succeed her

Queen hopes Prince Charles will succeed her

The Queen has appealed to Commonwealth leaders to appoint her son, Prince Charles, to succeed her as their head. She said it was her "sincere wish" that Prince Charles takes over ...

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AfriForum to privately prosecute Julius Malema

AfriForum to privately prosecute Julius Malema

Lobby group AfriForum announced on Thursday that it intended to privately prosecute Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema on charges of fraud and corruption. The an ...

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Ethiopia parliament elects female speaker, PM names cabinet

Ethiopia parliament elects female speaker, PM names cabinet

Ethiopia’s parliament, the House of Peoples’ Representatives, has chosen a former Minister of Women’s Affairs, as its new speaker, state-affiliated FANA Broadcasting Corporate rep ...

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Zimbabwe celebrates Independence Day

Zimbabwe celebrates Independence Day

On this day in 1980, Southern-Rhodesia gained independence from the British, taking the name Zimbabwe. The day marked the end of racial segregation after a prolonged war of libera ...

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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela laid to rest

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela laid to rest

As Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is laid to rest, South Africans share how the anti-apartheid campaigner changed their lives - some in very personal ways.   Nolwazi Duma "Winnie ...

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Namibia cancels plan to force white-owned businesses to sell 25% stake to blacks

Namibia cancels plan to force white-owned businesses to sell 25% stake to blacks

Namibia has scrapped a clause in its economic empowerment framework that would have forced white businesses to sell a 25 percent stake to previously disadvantaged blacks, Presiden ...

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Nigerian population nears 200 million

Nigerian population nears 200 million

Observers warn Nigeria's infrastructure can't cope with the population growth. Nigeria's current population is nearing 200 million, according to the National Population Commission ...

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Death toll in Algerian plane crash rises to 257

Death toll in Algerian plane crash rises to 257

The number of people believed to have died in an Algerian military plane crash on Wednesday has risen to 257, according to state TV. The military transport plane crashed into a fi ...

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