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11 days ago
'Buhari can be a name given to any living creature'
'Buhari can be a name given to any living creature'

A Nigerian man whose pet dog has the same name as Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has asked a court to dismiss criminal charges against him.

11 days ago
Mujuru thanks SA for hosting Zimbabweans
Mujuru thanks SA for hosting Zimbabweans

Zimbabweans living in South Africa should remember that the current phase will pass, says Joice Mujuru, leader of the opposition ...

12 days ago
Somali general killed in suspected car bomb attack
Somali general killed in suspected car bomb attack

A Somali general and at least seven of his bodyguards were killed when their military convoy was hit by a suspected car bomb.

12 days ago
Swaziland’s High Court shoots down anti-terrorism law
Swaziland’s High Court shoots down anti-terrorism law

The ruling could open the door to the possibility that proscribed pro-democracy groups may openly operate in sub-Saharan ...

12 days ago
Over 100 arrested in Zim protests
Over 100 arrested in Zim protests

Over 100 people, including four members of parliament, were arrested in anti-government demonstrations in Harare and other towns in Zimbabwe.

12 days ago
Zimbabweans demand answers at Mujuru rally
Zimbabweans demand answers at Mujuru rally

SAPS members and the Tshwane metro police rushed to quell tempers at Zimbabwe People First leader Joice Mujuru's rally in Mamelodi.

13 days ago
Tough time for Zim's finance minister
Tough time for Zim's finance minister

Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa can neither rescue the economy nor stop his boss President Robert Mugabe from ...

13 days ago
Buhari admits to stealing line from Obama speech
Buhari admits to stealing line from Obama speech

President Muhammadu Buhari plagiarised quotes from US President Barack Obama in a speech promising change in the West African country.

13 days ago
Drought affects Swaziland in food security
Drought affects Swaziland in food security

Swaziland’s National Disaster Management Agency reported that half of the population will require food aid by December to avoid nationwide famine.