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Mozambican president fears up to 1,000 deaths after cyclone Idai

Maputo - The death toll in Mozambique after cyclone Idai tore through the region at the weekend could reach up to 1,000, President Filipe...

At least 24 killed in DRC train derailment

JOHANNESBURG, March 18 – A train derailment in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) Kasai province in the centre-west of the country has killed...

South Africa appeals to citizens to help Cyclone Idai victims in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi

PRETORIA, March 17 - International Relations and Cooperation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu on Sunday appealed to South African non-governmental organisations, companies, and citizens to contribute...

Students in forefront as Algerians force president to back down on fifth term

JOHANNESBURG, March 15 – Algerian students are the latest example of how today’s youth, often accused of a self-absorbed lack of awareness of the world...

Crew of ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines flight were experienced pilots says CEO

JOHANNESBURG, March 11 – Ethiopian Airlines CEO Tewolde Gebre-Mariam says that both the captain and the first officer of the ill-fated Flight ET302, which...

Rwanda launches its 1st satellite to improve Internet service

KIGALI, March 2 - Rwanda in partnership with a UK based communications company OneWeb on Wednesday successfully launched the country's first satellite into space,...

Nigeria’s president is declared winner after bumpy vote

ABUJA, Nigeria — Nigeria's president was declared the clear winner of a second term in Africa's largest democracy early Wednesday, after a campaign in...

Senegal voters choose whether to give president another term

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Senegalese voters are choosing Sunday whether to give President Macky Sall a second term in office as critics accused the...

Nigeria counts votes as nation awaits election outcome

YOLA, Nigeria (AP) — Vote counting continued Sunday as Nigerians awaited the outcome of a presidential poll seen as a tight race between the...

Kenyan High Court to rule on homosexuality

JOHANNESBURG, February 21 – Kenya’s High Court is to rule on Friday whether to decriminalise gay sex. The court’s verdict could make history if...

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