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Happy Africa Day!

Happy Africa Day!

A host of events have been organised to commemorate Africa Day in and around Africa this week. Poets, musicians, fashion designers, dancers and fine artists and politicians are ce ...

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EU-Africa: A common future

EU-Africa: A common future

As we face the challenges of the 21st century there is more that unites Africa and Europe than divides us. We share a common history of thousands of years. Today more than ever we ...

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Fraudsters target Obama’s empowerment initiative

Fraudsters target Obama’s empowerment initiative

Unsuspecting youths have been alerted to criminals out to dupe them of their money under the pretext of registering them for Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) courses. Macon ...

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2015: The dramatic year that was

2015: The dramatic year that was

Three Ministers of Finance in the space of four days, chaotic scenes in Parliament and aggressive student demonstrations, 2015 was among the most dramatic years in post-independen ...

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Tanzania President suspends rail chief

Tanzania President suspends rail chief

On Tuesday, Tanzanian President John Magufuli suspended a senior rail official and ordered an investigation into likely anomalies in the awarding of a tender to build a standard g ...

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Rwandans vote ‘yes’ for Kagame’s third term

Rwandans vote ‘yes’ for Kagame’s third term

Rwandans voted to change the constitution to allow President Paul Kagame to potentially rule until 2034, according to partial referendum results, election officials said on Saturd ...

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The African Union reiterates its deep concern regarding the situation in Burundi

The African Union reiterates its deep concern regarding the situation in Burundi

The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, is deeply concerned by the escalation of violence in Burundi, illustrated by yesterday’s a ...

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Wits shut down: More student protests at SA University

Wits shut down: More student protests at SA University

The South African Metro police are monitoring a protest by Wits University students, which began outside the institution's gates on Wednesday morning. Students are protesting fee ...

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UN Security Council condemns recent Boko Haram terror attacks

UN Security Council condemns recent Boko Haram terror attacks

Members of the United Nations Security Council have denounced the attacks the Nigerian terror group, Boko Haram, carried out in neighbouring countries this past weekend. The membe ...

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ANC NGC 2015: The talking points

ANC NGC 2015: The talking points

The National General Council (NGC) of Africa’s oldest political movement, the African National Congress, wrapped up in Johannesburg yesterday evening, after a three-day long event ...

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