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Obama: Never been better time for Africans to partner with US
Obama: Never been better time for Africans to partner with US

Africa’s rise is not just important to Africa, it’s important to the entire world,” US President Barack Obama has declared.

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Kidnapped schoolgirls: Nigeria would welcome UN help
Kidnapped schoolgirls: Nigeria would welcome UN help

Nigeria's president says he would be open to UN bodies acting as intermediaries in any talks with Boko Haram on the release ...

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Congo threatens to punish anti-Kabila protesters
Congo threatens to punish anti-Kabila protesters

Congo's government has vowed to hunt down and punish those responsible for riots in which around three dozen people were killed.

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Cape pastor saw Anderson ejected from Botswana
Cape pastor saw Anderson ejected from Botswana

Cape Flats pastor Oscar Bougardt said he watched as immigration authorities led “kill-the-gays” Pastor Steven Anderson out of Botswana.

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Zimbabweans angry at failure of Harare hospital
Zimbabweans angry at failure of Harare hospital

Zimbabweans launched an outcry after a leaked memo announced the temporary stoppage of operations at the country's main referral hospital.

3 days ago
Migrant boat carrying 600 capsizes off Egypt
Migrant boat carrying 600 capsizes off Egypt

A boat carrying around 600 people capsized off Egypt's coast, killing at least 29, in the latest disaster to befall African migrants.

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Zimbabwe’s government warns against abuse of flag
Zimbabwe’s government warns against abuse of flag

The Zimbabwean government has warned its citizens against engaging in the manufacture, sale and use of the national flag in an illegal manner.

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Time for Mugabe to go - Botswana president
Time for Mugabe to go - Botswana president

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, 92, should step aside without delay and allow new leadership, Botswana President Ian Khama says.

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A new leaf for Zim agriculture
A new leaf for Zim agriculture

Land seized from white farmers in Zimbabwe is set to return to productivity as Chinese farmers grow tobacco, writes Peta Thornycroft.