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Tunisia: Attacks a big blow to the Tourism industry

Tunisia's government says the attack could cost the country, more than half a billion dollars in tourism revenue. That's around a quarter of the...

Ghana Film Awards: Golden Movie Awards Fetes Outstanding Film Industry Talent

The Golden Movie Awards held last weekend in the Ghanaian capital, saw top film makers, actors and actresses from Ghana and beyond, being recognized...

Burundi Parliamentary Elections: Low Turnout for Highly Disputed Polls

Burundians voted on Monday in controversial elections that have been marked by grenade attacks, an opposition boycott and international condemnation. The country's election commission...

Kenya’s Atheists organisation Demand Registration

An association of Kenyans who do not believe in God has written an ultimatum to Attorney-General seeking their registration as an umbrella organisation. The Kenyans,...

Facebook opens new Africa office in Johannesburg

    Facebook has opened its first African office in Johannesburg as part of its efforts "to help people and businesses connect" on the continent.The office...

Liberia reports first Ebola case since it was declared Ebola free

A Liberian has died of Ebola in the first recorded case since the country was declared ebola-free on May 9th. According to Liberian Deputy Health...

President Kabila files anti-corruption case against officials

  Democratic Republic of Congo's President Joseph Kabila has filed a criminal complaint against more than a dozen current and former government officials for fraud...

Conservation group transfers Lions from South Africa to Rwanda

    Many African countries pride themselves for their beautiful nature and wildlife that gives the African continent its place on the global map of  breathtaking...

NASA planning first ever mission to Mars

As  NASA prepares for its first ever mission to planet Mars, the agency is starting to realize that those bulky old spacesuits hanging in...

Zuma deploys Ramaphosa to aid in stabilizing Lesotho

South Africa's Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has been urgently sent to Lesotho to consult with Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili following fears of more political...
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