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40 days ago
Alleged Namibian rhino poachers remanded
Alleged Namibian rhino poachers remanded

Three suspected rhino poachers have been detained till September on charges of illegal possession of three rhino horns and weapons.

41 days ago
AU self-funding plan cautiously welcomed
AU self-funding plan cautiously welcomed

The African Union’s decision that all African countries will impose a 0,2 percent levy on their imports has been cautiously welcomed.

41 days ago
Mswati III as SADC chair will ‘institutionalise dictatorship’
Mswati III as SADC chair will ‘institutionalise dictatorship’

A civil society group says that appointing Swaziland’s King Mswati III as chairperson of the South African Development Community ...

41 days ago
Morocco wants to rejoin AU
Morocco wants to rejoin AU

Morocco wants to rejoin the African Union, 32 years after quitting the bloc in protest at its decision to accept Western Sahara as a member.

41 days ago
AU leaders fail to elect successor for Dlamini-Zuma
AU leaders fail to elect successor for Dlamini-Zuma

AU leaders meeting in Rwanda have failed to choose a new African Union Commission chairperson to replace SA’s Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.

42 days ago
Sanctions blamed for Zim cash crunch
Sanctions blamed for Zim cash crunch

Zimbabwe's finance minister blamed international sanctions for a cash crunch that has forced the government to delay wages ...

43 days ago
Why Pastor Mawarire’s revolution took hold
Why Pastor Mawarire’s revolution took hold

Pastor Evan Mawarire became an overnight hero for wrapping himself in the national flag and encouraging criticism of Zanu-PF via his cellphone.

43 days ago
‘The beating of people gathering peacefully is cruel’
‘The beating of people gathering peacefully is cruel’

Amnesty International has called for an investigation into the police beating of hundreds of opposition FDC supporters in the Ugandan capital Kampala.

43 days ago
South Sudan refugees 'could pass 1 million'
South Sudan refugees 'could pass 1 million'

There is concern about fresh outflows of refugees following military clashes in recent days in the South Sudan capital of Juba.

44 days ago
Mali’s peace pact under strain
Mali’s peace pact under strain

A peace pact between rival ethnic groups in Mali risks unravelling after recent violent protests were met with deadly force

45 days ago
AUC chair shocked by Burundi assassination
AUC chair shocked by Burundi assassination

Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has condemned the assassination of the member of the East African Legislative Assembly Hasfa Mossi.

45 days ago
Neighbours warned to speak up against Mugabe
Neighbours warned to speak up against Mugabe

The #Tajamuka youth pressure group have cautioned Southern African nations that their silence on the Zimbabwean president’s ...

45 days ago
‘Mugabe you are not my president!’
‘Mugabe you are not my president!’

Zimbabwean immigrants in Cape Town called for the removal of disgraced President Robert Mugabe after nearly three decades in power.

45 days ago
Zim cops disperse Tsvangirai welcome party
Zim cops disperse Tsvangirai welcome party

Zimbabwean anti-riot police besieged the MDC-T party’s headquarters after leader Morgan Tsvangirai returned to his offices ...

45 days ago
Germany offers apology fro Namibian genocide
Germany offers apology fro Namibian genocide

The German government has offered to apologise but declined to pay reparations for the killing of thousands of Namibians ...