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Ramaphosa modifies rule book in anti-corrupt drive

Ramaphosa modifies rule book in anti-corrupt drive

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has changed a rule that said evidence produced at a judicial inquiry into allegations of influence-peddling signed by his predecessor Jaco ...

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Polls open in Egypt’s third presidential election

Polls open in Egypt’s third presidential election

Polls in Egypt opens this Monday as Egyptians vote in their third presidential election since a popular uprising ended Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year rule eight years ago. But rather tha ...

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United Nations applauds Africa for continental free trade deal

United Nations applauds Africa for continental free trade deal

The United Nations has welcomed the signing of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), congratulating the leaders upon creating one of the world’s largest trading blocs ...

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Zambian President Lungu faces impeachment motion

Zambian President Lungu faces impeachment motion

MPs accuse President Lungu of gross misconduct and corruption. Members of Zambia’s main opposition party have submitted a motion in parliament for the impeachment of President Edg ...

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Egypt consulates prepare for presidential elections – diaspora vote due March 16

Egypt consulates prepare for presidential elections – diaspora vote due March 16

Egyptians in New Zealand will be the first to cast their vote in the presidential election, as the diaspora heads to the polls more than one week before their compatriots at home. ...

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Mauritius president refuses to resign over financial outrage

Mauritius president refuses to resign over financial outrage

Mauritian President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim has refused to resign, declaring to fight allegations that saw her involved in a financial scandal, the presidency said in a statement Wedn ...

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Mauritius marks 50th independence

Mauritius marks 50th independence

Mauritius, the island nation off the east coast of Africa today marks its 50th anniversary of the country’s accession to Independence. The country is also marking its 26th anniver ...

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Ghana celebrates Independence Day – 5 things you need to know

Ghana celebrates Independence Day – 5 things you need to know

Ghana holds a special place in pan-African history. The West African nation is revered as the first sub-Saharan country to gain independence and has traditionally been celebrated ...

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South Africa traces fatal listeria to processed meat

South Africa traces fatal listeria to processed meat

South Africans were told on Sunday not to consume ready-to-eat processed meat as the government identified the source of a listeria outbreak that has killed 180 people as a cold m ...

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Equatorial Guinea main opposition party dissolved

Equatorial Guinea main opposition party dissolved

Equatorial Guinea’s main opposition party, Citizens for Innovation (CI), has been dissolved. According to the country’s Deputy Attorney General Anatalio Nzang the CI party is accu ...

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