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The court ruled unanimously to strike down sections of Botswana’s penal code that punished homosexuality with up to seven years in prison on the basis they were unconstitutional. “Human dignity is harmed when minority groups are marginalised,” Judge Michael Leburu told...
By Emmanuel Freudenthal The lab technician returned with blood and stool samples taken from people with the mystery illness. Back in Kinshasa, tests ruled out common diseases. Muyembe’s team then sent the samples in May 1995 to the Centers for...
By Emmanuel Asonye Having taken us through the series of argument that Nigerian and many African Sign Language(s) are still overtly and covertly entrapped by neocolonial mentality and attitude, which has continued to endanger their existence and possible development, I...
By William Niba According to a new audit report by the Geneva-based financier, which has raised more than $37 billion since its founding in 2002, fraudsters in seven African countries are damaging the fight...
By Euronews with Reuters  Belgium apologised on Thursday for the abduction of thousands of children born to mixed-race couples during its colonial-era rule between 1959 and 1962 of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, and...
STORY HIGHLIGHTS A new World Bank report notes that the slow decline of fertility rates in Africa will likely result in a rapidly growing population of youth, with the region becoming a much...
By Monica Mark BENIN CITY, Nigeria — Jude Ikuenobe sensed the car following him before he saw it. Heart pounding, he turned around. Under the Libyan desert sun, the highway stretching behind him...
It is now a week since Cyclone Idai trundled ashore and cut a devastating swathe through Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe and while the official death toll stood at around 350 on Wednesday, it is obvious on the...
South China Morning Post Ethiopia is renegotiating billions of dollars in loans from Beijing for a railway that links the Ethiopian capital to neighbouring Djibouti, to avoid being buried by "serious" debt...
written by Geoffrey Clarfield On January 15, and well into the morning of the next day, terrorists affiliated with the Somali Jihadi group Al Shabab forced their way into an upscale Nairobi hotel and...
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