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Moroccan Town Brings Together Artists to Celebrate Art

Each summer the resort town of Assilah in Morocco comes to life, thanks to its annual cultural festival, the Moseum. Its a month long...

Eco Africa: Kenyans Take Up Arms to Save Wildlife

A group of armed game rangers in Kenya have embarked on a mission to protect the country's wildlife. This comes in the wake of...

Goma Residents Struggle to Get Water

Goma, a city in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, sits by one of the world's largest freshwater reservoirs and has some of Africa's heaviest...

Empowering Zimbabwe Nurses

Nurses and midwives across Africa find it difficult to access relevant learning material to enable them to continue their professional development. A new website...

World Marks World War II Anniversary

75 years ago today Nazi Germany attacked Poland, kicking off the Second World War. The huge conflict involved more than 100 million people from...

Mozambique Media Faces Threats and Limitations

Journalists in Mozambique are calling for greater press freedom. They claim media in the country are being intimidated. Government, though, assures this is not...

AU & Somalia Troops Battle Al Shabaab

At least 15 people have been killed in Somalia when al-Shabaab bombed the intelligence headquarters in Mogadishu, and clashed with security forces. That comes...

Libya’s Constitution: Libyan delegation Studies Tunisian Model

Against the background of intense fighting, Libya is in the midst of a power struggle between the General National Congress, based in Tripoli, and...

Boko Haram Menace: Extremsts Linked to other Militant Organisations

The kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls four months ago, put Boko Haram on the international radar. But in its five years of insurgency,...

Cote D’ivore: Photographer Stage’s Exhibition to Teach Perils of Civil Strife

Cote d'Ivoire goes to the polls next year. The country though is still wrestling with the legacy of the 2010 elections, which ended in...

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President Muhammadu Buhari condemns ethnic clashes in Nigeria

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday condemned clashes in the western Taraba state that left scores dead. The clashes between Jukun and Tiv ethnic groups...

Sudan’s Al Bashir under spotlight after large sums of money found in home

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Sudan’s public prosecutor has begun investigating ousted President Omar al-Bashir on charges of money laundering and possession of large sums of foreign currency without...

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta expected in Beijing next week for BRI Forum

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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to travel to China next week to attend the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) forum, a Chinese government...

Tanzanian President John Magufuli set to visit Malawi

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Tanzanian President John Magufuli is expected to make an official two-day visit to neighbouring Malawi next week for talks with his counterpart Peter Mutharika. Magufuli’s...

Opinion

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Opinion: Competition, then cooperation may be the best way to build up Africa

A new U.S. strategy for Africa was recently released by Washington, the core of which is to further U.S. priorities in Africa by strengthening...
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Opinion: Strong, fair trade with China critical to Africa’s development

by Dr. David Monyae The Africa-China relationship can best be described as comprehensive and strategic at this stage. This is primarily due to multiple agreements...
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Opinion: Through CIIE, China projects bold new vision of the future

  by Ken Gichinga A new economic vision for China was unveiled during the launch of the world’s first International Import Expo in Shanghai. In his...
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