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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...
by Isaac Kaledzi A huge statue of former military leader of Burkina Faso, Thomas Sankara has been unveiled in the capital, Ouagadougou. The statue was unveiled on Saturday as part of the grand Sankara memorial monument. The country’s president, Roch Kabore was assisted...
by Dan Bland, Dennis Wong and Darren Long Last August, China opened its first overseas military base in Djibouti, a tiny nation in the Horn of Africa. Djibouti plays host to more foreign military facilities than anywhere else in the...
By Cathy Mputha Disneyland has been granted a US trademark over the words “Hakuna matata” vide registration number 27006605. Hakuna Matata is a Kiswahili slogan meaning no problem, no worries. This slogan is widely used in East Africa, especially the...
By Marianne Merten It dropped at 4.28am South African time. US President Donald Trump,  @realDonaldTrump, tweeted: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1032454567152246785 The tweet followed a factually incorrect and misleading 6.54 minute insert by Fox News Network presenter Tucker Carlson – “The president of South Africa Cyril...
By Ed Stoddard JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Thousands of pages of U.S. intelligence documents on Nelson Mandela were made public on Wednesday, revealing that Washington continued to monitor the South African anti-apartheid hero as a potential Communist menace even after he was...
By Patrick Egwu Ejike With deadly clashes between semi-nomadic herdsmen and farmers continuing to escalate in Nigeria, more and more groups are expressing their dismay at what they perceive as the government’s insufficient response. This year began with around a hundred deaths...
By Molly Fosco At an Onyejekwe family get-together, you can’t throw a stone without hitting someone with a master’s degree. Doctors, lawyers, engineers, professors — every family member is highly educated and professionally successful, and many have a lucrative side gig...
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