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South Africa’s underprivileged children learn to play music instruments

Last year we reported on how a music project for underprivileged children in South Africa was trying to raise enough money to buy music...

South Africa’s Former deputy finance minister has relinquishes his seat in...

South Africa’s former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas has reliquinshed his position a Member of Parliament (MP) under the country’s ruling party, African National...

France sends a third batch of Rafale fighter jets to Egypt

Egypt has received three more Rafale fighter jets from France as a third batch of a $5.5 billion deal signed in February 2015. According to...

Former U.S President Bush lauds Botswana’s fight against HIV/Aids

The former President of the United States, President George W. Bush praised Botswana for leading in the fight against HIV/Aids and cervical cancer, Daily...

Teachers in Angola go on strike

Teachers in Angola have gone on strike from today as they begin their three day national strike protesting over their wages and conditions of...

South Africa makes trading Rhino Horn legal

South African Constitutional Court ruling has made Rhino horn sales legal in South Africa again, subject to standard government and provincial permitting requirements. The ruling...

7 Somali men arrested in Kenya for allegedly operating a human...

Kenyan police have arrested seven Somali men for allegedly operating a human trafficking ring at a refugee camp in the country's east, authorities said...

Teenagers hope to bring Nigeria boxing glory at 2020 Olympics

Cynthia and Hadija have just one goal; make it to the boxing event of the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020, just three years from...

The Gambia heads to the poll to vote for members of...

The Gambia goes to the polls on Thursday for the first time since the departure of the country’s longtime leader Yahya Jammeh to vote...

Africa’s property market oversupply plagues commodity-exporting countries

Africa's property market is experiencing an oversupply as falling oil prices impact commodity-exporting countries. That's according to a report by London-based consultancy firm, Knight...
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