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Ivory Coast parliamentary elections on amid political mayhem

Ivory Coast parliamentary elections on amid political mayhem

Ivory Coast votes in a parliamentary ballot on Saturday in a key test of stability after presidential elections last year marked by violence. Grappling with a deep political crisi ...

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Uganda election squabbles go on as Bobi Wine remains under house arrest

Uganda election squabbles go on as Bobi Wine remains under house arrest

Uganda’s presidential challenger Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, also known as Bobi Wine has appealed to "fellow citizens of the world" to help him as he remained under house arrest w ...

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Central African Republic top court approves Touadera election win

Central African Republic top court approves Touadera election win

The Central African Republic's Constitutional Court on Monday confirmed President Faustin Archange Touadera's victory in elections last month but said turnout, suppressed by armed ...

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Africa’s ICUs have world’s highest mortality rate – Covid

Africa’s ICUs have world’s highest mortality rate – Covid

An Africa-wide study of hospitalised Covid-19 patients shows that the continent is facing far higher mortality rates in intensive care units than other parts of the world, and tha ...

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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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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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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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