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Kenya and South Africa to Hold Talks Regarding Visa Requirements

Kenya hopes to have resolved a diplomatic spat with South Africa before the end of September. Travel between the two countries has recently been...

Nigerians React to their Troops Fleeing Raging Militants

Reactions have been trailing the action of some Nigerian soldiers who reportedly fled into Cameroon when confronted in a fierce fire fight with militant...

Fistula becomes Common in Niger Due to High Birth Rates

Falling pregnant in Niger can be a dangerous business. The country has one of the highest maternal death rates in the world. And for...

Xi Jinping and Robert Mugabe pledge more cooperation

Chinese president Xi Jinping has met with visiting Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe in Beijing. The 90 year old president is visiting China to boost...

Countries Bordering Libya meet to Discuss Crisis over Militia

Foreign Ministers from countries Neighbouring Libya met in Cairo to discuss the recent developments there. It was the fourth meeting held in the presence...

Ugandan Drivers Protest High Fees by City Authorities

Ugandan taxi drivers kept their cars off the streets today to protest high fees by city authorities, paralysing transport in the capital. There was...

Niger Authorities Striving to Educate Citizens on Family Planning

Niger has one of the highest birth-rates in the world and mothers start young, some just 10 years old. But a programme's underway, in...

Egypt Government Promises Less Blackouts

Egyptian's Sunday begun  experiencing  some slight  improvement in electricity supply, days after  Prime minister Ibrahim Malab's  undertook to address the country's crippling power crisis...

Have Chibok School Girls Been Forgotten?

As Nigerians focus on the Ebola crisis in the country, the plight of hundreds of kidnapped schoolgirls seems to have taken a back-seat. Boko...

C.A.R. Children Worst Affected by Conflict

Well, aid workers may have become relatively recent targets in the C.A.R, but as is the case with most conflicts, the most vulnerable suffer...
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