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18 days ago
200 children could die daily in Nigeria
200 children could die daily in Nigeria

Up to half of all children under the age of five are acutely malnourished in north-eastern Nigeria where terrorist group Boko Haram is wreaking havoc.

18 days ago
11 000 people in detention in Ethiopia
11 000 people in detention in Ethiopia

Ethiopia's state of emergency inquiry board says that over 11 000 people have been detained in different parts of the country.

18 days ago
Mugabe’s successor? Military has no say
Mugabe’s successor? Military has no say

Zimbabwe's military has no say on who should take over from Robert Mugabe, according to the country's army commander.

19 days ago
Faint hopes over abducted Sudan refugees
Faint hopes over abducted Sudan refugees

Humanitarian organisations are working round the clock to ascertain the whereabouts of 32 children and women kidnapped in South Sudan.

19 days ago
Lean times for Zim as cash crisis bites
Lean times for Zim as cash crisis bites

Nothing is going right for Zimbabwe right now.

20 days ago
Hundreds of Boko Haram fighters surrender in Chad
Hundreds of Boko Haram fighters surrender in Chad

Hundreds of Boko Haram fighters and their families have surrendered in Chad in the past month, security and UN sources said.

21 days ago
Zuma calls for SADC special summit on drought
Zuma calls for SADC special summit on drought

President Zuma wants regional leaders discuss the current drought and water shortages ravaging members states of the Southern ...

21 days ago
Cecil the lion: Charges dropped against local hunter
Cecil the lion: Charges dropped against local hunter

A Zimbabwean court has thrown out charges against a local hunter accused of failing to stop the killing of prized lion Cecil.

21 days ago
Zim hopes for better relations with the US
Zim hopes for better relations with the US

A senior Zimbabwean official says his country is ready to work with the new US administration.