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17 Mar 2015
Mr. Rwasa accused the government of attempting to assassinate his wife. It has not commented on the allegation.
17 Mar 2015
“Race is still a powerful trigger in South Africa,” he said, citing alleged racist commentary on social media. The African National Congress said last week that the Democratic Alliance protected “white privilege” and had sought to institute discriminatory policies reminiscent of apartheid. President Jacob Zuma recently said South Africa had defeated “the demon of institutionalized racism and apartheid.”
17 Mar 2015
THE Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is to upgrade the facilities at its academy in Karu, near Abuja to be able to train anti-graft agencies for member nations of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).. According to its chairman, Ibrahim Lamorde, doing this will help to fight corruption and related transnational crimes that…
16 Mar 2015
Somalia's Shebab militants have killed one man and wounded three others in a shooting in the northern Kenyan town of Mandera, officials said Monday.
16 Mar 2015
A THREE-DAY capacity building workshop for African journalists opened yesterday in Nairobi, Kenya, towards building their capacity in reporting the continent’s relationship with the emerging powers from the Global South, particularly China.
16 Mar 2015
FOLLOWING the successful recovery of Madagali and other remaining territories in Adamawa State from the Islamist terrorist group, Boko Haram, the Minister of Youth Development, Boni Haruna, has commended the Nigerian military for demonstrating “uncommon patriotism and courage.”
13 Mar 2015
Eight Ivory Coast soldiers will face a court martial on Monday charged with the murder of seven women demonstrators during post-electoral conflict in 2011, the military prosecutor said.
13 Mar 2015
Global political and business leaders gathered in an Egyptian resort town on Friday for a three-day conference President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi hopes will bolster both foreign investment and his international standing.
13 Mar 2015
US conglomerate General Electric on Friday said it will set up a new training and manufacturing facility in the Egyptian canal city of Suez in an investment worth $200 million.
13 Mar 2015
Somalia's Shebab militants launched a cross-border raid into northern Kenya on Friday, ambushing a convoy of Kenyan officials in the northeast of the country and wounding several people, officials said.
13 Mar 2015
The city of 1.8 million has been on high alert since a heavily armed gunman burst into La Terrasse, a popular venue among expatriates, early Saturday and killed five people, including a French national, a Belgian and three locals.
13 Mar 2015
• APC wants President to explain real cause of row • PDP decries opposition party’s stance •Abuja will lose nothing, says ex-envoy

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