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Things are starting to change at the top in Gabon. After nearly three weeks of speculation, the Constitutional Court finally acknowledged the temporary unavailability of the Head of State, who is currently ill and hospitalized in Saudi Arabia. It effectively...
Zimbabwe’s opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa has challenged the commission of inquiry into post-election violence, to equally summon president Emmerson Mnangagwa to testify. The July 30 poll was the first after Robert Mugabe was forced to resign following a coup in...
Zimbabwean mines officials have reportedly revealed that they misled former president Robert Mugabe in 2016 about "the Chinese setting up a $100 million facility to support small-scale miners". Zimbabwean mines officials have disclosed that in 2016 they deceived the Former...
Fifty-one people were killed when the bus they were travelling in overturned and its entire roof was ripped off in an accident in western Kenya early Wednesday, police said. "It is unfortunate that we have lost 51 people," Kenya's police...
Melania Trump revealed her maternal side on Thursday morning when she comforted a shy little girl after landing in Malawi for the second stop of her Africa tour. The first lady landed at Lilongwe International Airport in Lumbadzi after a...
More than 200 people are feared to have died after a ferry carrying more than 100 people capsized on Lake Victoria in Tanzania. Rescuers were frantically searching for those trapped on board the MV Nyerere on Thursday evening after the...
The Nigeria's main relief agency has announced a national disaster after floods left about 100 people dead over 10 states, on Tuesday. Overflowing communities, farms and trapping of ten thousands people in their homes were caused by heavy seasonal rains...
European states warned the United Nations that more than 800 000 people are cut off from aid and may be starving in northeast Nigeria, contradicting government assertions that a crisis has abated and rebuking the world body for failing...
Zimbabwe’s wildlife authority said Zimbabwe will be donating 10 rhinos to Democratic Republic of Congo to restore the extinction caused by poachers years ago. On Monday, Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) spokesman Tinashe Farawo said the rhinos have been caught and will be...
Zimbabwe's president on Wednesday set up a commission of inquiry into the killing of six people following military involvement in the capital two days after the election. The seven members include British lawyer Rodney Dixon, counsel for Kenya's government at...
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