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50 days ago
Namibia students fight demand to pay their fees
Namibia students fight demand to pay their fees

Student protests have forced the management at the main University of Namibia campus to postpone examinations.

50 days ago
'Zimbabwe's war veterans dying of neglect'
'Zimbabwe's war veterans dying of neglect'

Zimbabwe's former liberation war fighters are dying due to neglect by the state, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry for War Veterans says.

50 days ago
#Tajamuka in bid to arrest Jonathan Moyo
#Tajamuka in bid to arrest Jonathan Moyo

A group of activists tried to arrest cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo over the $400,000 he allegedly embezzled from the Zimbabwe Development Fund.

50 days ago
Mugabe declares critic a national hero
Mugabe declares critic a national hero

Cephas Msipa, 85, was one of the few people in Zimbabwe who could speak openly and frankly with President Robert Mugabe.

51 days ago
South Sudan wants Machar to stay in exile
South Sudan wants Machar to stay in exile

South Sudan's controversially ousted opposition leader, Dr Riek Machar, is in South Africa receiving medical treatment.

51 days ago
Ghana politician runs on... fruit juice
Ghana politician runs on... fruit juice

An attempt by Ghana's ruling party to make fun of the main opposition candidate has backfired.

51 days ago
No posting about country on Facebook, says Ethiopia
No posting about country on Facebook, says Ethiopia

The Ethiopian government has announced that posting the current situation in the country on Facebook is a crime.

51 days ago
Botswana shoots 400 Zim stray cattle
Botswana shoots 400 Zim stray cattle

Botswana says it is shooting Zimbabwe cattle which stray across its border to protect its beef exports to the European Union.

51 days ago
African nations hail 'historic' maritime deal
African nations hail 'historic' maritime deal

African leaders have signed a deal to boost security off the continent's economically crucial coasts.