Tuesday, 17 October 2017

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Liberians head to polls today

Liberians head to polls today

Millions of Liberians will vote today to elect a new president and legislators in the country’s third election since the end of the civil war in 2003. Africa’s first female presid ...

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Uganda celebrates 55 years of independence – 55 events since 1962

Uganda celebrates 55 years of independence – 55 events since 1962

In acknowledgement of 55 years of modern day Uganda, Makamba Online brings you a selection of 55 events that have defined Uganda’s social, economic and political life since winnin ...

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Uganda to export power to neighbouring South Sudan

Uganda to export power to neighbouring South Sudan

Uganda has pledged to supply power to two South Sudanese border towns as part of the East Africa Community agreement to help member states. Uganda’s energy minister Simon D’janga ...

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Overthrown Somali state president recalled

Overthrown Somali state president recalled

Overthrown president of Somalia’s Galmudug State Ahmed Haaf has declared a three-month state of emergency after he was recalled amid the political crisis in the semi-autonomous re ...

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Sun International strives to cut its debt

Sun International strives to cut its debt

JSE-listed hotel and gaming group Sun International plans to pare down its debt and boost its balance sheet in the year ahead after having made a number of significant investments ...

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Clashes in Cameroon continue – 17 protesters killed

Clashes in Cameroon continue – 17 protesters killed

Cameroon’s military continues to deploy heavily in the country’s English-speaking regions, the death toll has risen to 17, streets are deserted and social media in the Anglophile ...

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fastjet renews growth plans

fastjet renews growth plans

fastjet Plc will begin flying from Mozambique this year and expects to start internal South African services in 2018 as it renews growth plans put on hold as losses mounted. With ...

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Catalonia has ‘won right to statehood’

Catalonia has ‘won right to statehood’

Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont says the Spanish region has won the right to statehood following a contentious referendum that was marred by violence. Catalonia, a wealthy region ...

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Petrol price goes up to R14 per litre – SA

Petrol price goes up to R14 per litre – SA

The price of petrol will rise by between 25 and 29 cents per litre from the 4th of October, according to The Department of Energy. Petrol will cost R14.01 inland and will cost R13 ...

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Death toll passes 50, 200 injured in Las Vegas shooting

Death toll passes 50, 200 injured in Las Vegas shooting

More than 50 people are dead and more than 200 others injured following a mass shooting in Las Vegas, police said Monday. The shooter, who started firing an automatic rifle from t ...

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