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South Africa Has Between 2 and 3 Million Licensed Firearms

Pistorius's ongoing trial has raised many wider societal issues - one of which is gun ownership. South Africa has between 2 and 3 million...

Zuma Shrugs off Nkandla Corruption Reports

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has been defending himself against corruption allegations.The country goes to the polls on Wednesday and some analysts predict the...

Land-Locked Ethiopia Gets First Expressway

As a land-locked country, Ethiopia depends heavily on its domestic road transportation. And, with the help of China, it now has its first expressway....

Kenya Twin Blast Attack

Victims of Sunday's twin explosions in Nairobi are undergoing treatment. At least three people were killed, when two buses in the Kenyan capital were...

South Africa’s DA Rally

Latest opinion polls suggest the main opposition will win far more votes than five years ago. The Democratic Alliance is determined to make inroads...

Chinese Premier Kicks Off Week-Long African Tour

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's started his week-long tour in Africa in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa on Sunday, where he met with Ethiopian Prime...

Can Solar Energy Save Egypt From It’s Energy Crisis?

There's a growing interest in solar power alternatives in Egypt as a crippling energy crisis threatens to get worse as the summer heat approaches....

New York Hosts 1 Week Celebration of African Cuisine and Culture

Americans looking to get a taste of Africa can put their passports away. This week, New York City is hosting a week long celebration...

Africa Travel Week

International tourism stakeholders gathered for the Africa Travel Week in South Africa's Mother City. It is an event comprising of 3 co-hosted shows, which...

Egypt’s Presidential Candidates Kick Off Campaigns

Campaigns for Egypt's presidential elections officially kicked off on Saturday. Former Army Chief, Abdel Fattah EL Sisi, has not made any public appearances yet....
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