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2 Apr 2016
Nigerian lawyers have continued to react to the decision of South Africa’s highest court ruling that ordered President Jacob Zuma to, within 105 days, repay $16million he used to renovate his private residence. 
1 Apr 2016
A 30-year-old woman has died in the Liberian capital after contracting Ebola, officials said Friday, more than two months after the epidemic was declared over in the country.
1 Apr 2016
The latest data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) has shown that meningitis outbreak that was reported in Niger between January 4 to March 13, has left not less than 61 people dead out of a total of 730
1 Apr 2016
African Union Commission chief Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma will not run for a second term in office of the 54-member bloc, her spokesman said Friday, and will leave the post in July.
1 Apr 2016
Nearly 800 people who may have been in contact with eight individuals infected with the Ebola virus have been vaccinated in southern Guinea.
1 Apr 2016
In what may be another reflection of the soft-underbelly of African Union (AU) and the continent’s drive towards regional integration and economic development, delegates...
31 Mar 2016
South African Constitutional Court yesterday ruled that President Jacob Zuma for failing to repay some of $16 million spent on his private home.
31 Mar 2016
Ugandan judges dismissed Thursday a legal challenge to President Yoweri Museveni's fifth-term election victory last month, which sparked claims of foul play.
31 Mar 2016
South Africa's top court on Thursday delivered a damning verdict against President Jacob Zuma, saying he flouted the constitution over public funds used to upgrade his private residence
31 Mar 2016
Somalia's Shebab insurgents said they carried out a suicide attack at a hotel in the central town of Galkayo Thursday in which six people died
31 Mar 2016
Egypt has asked Cyprus to extradite the man accused of hijacking an airliner on Tuesday, Egyptian prosecutors say.
31 Mar 2016
Tanzanian President John Magufuli has promised to slash the salaries of senior civil servants, cutting the top wage threshold by almost two-thirds.

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Police Command in Bauchi on Saturday appealed to the general public to remain calm as normalcy is restored following the civil disturbance in Yelwan kagadama area of Bauchi metropolis. This is contained in a statement issued by the spokesperson of the command SP Ahmed Wakil  made available to newsmen in Bauchi. He revealed that there was…
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The Adamawa Judicial Service Commission has announced the dismissal of 11 personnel, demoted a Magistrate and 20 other workers. This is contained in a statement by Hindatu Lamorde, the Commission’s Secretary, on Saturday in Yola. She said the Magistrate was demoted to the pisition of Registrar for involving in corrupt practices. Lamorde said that 20…
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Greece said Saturday some 40,000 illegal migrants had been blocked from entering the country along the northern border with Turkey since the beginning of the year. Greece is often the country of choice for migrants fleeing Africa and the Middle East to try to reach a better life in the European Union. Many come via…