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Racing For A Cause

Zimbabwe was this weekend gunning for a new world record. This time, with a difference in the three legged race. The current world record...

Egyptians United by Music

Egypt has come together and this time not for anything politically related. Hussain Al-Jassmi from the UAE released a song, 'Boushret Kheir' meaning good...

The Plight of C.A.R Refugees

Cameroon hosts thousands of refugees from the war torn Central African republic. 20,000 of the civilians who fled the conflict live in one camp...

South Africa’s New Cabinet

A close ally of South African president Jacob Zuma has told CCTV that internal divisions within government are overblown. Following elections earlier this month,...

Malawi’s Mutharika Sworn In

Peter Mutharika has been sworn in as Malawi's President. The ceremony took place just moments ago. He won the controversial elections with 36.4 percent...

Egyptians Seek An End to Turmoil

Many Egyptians hope Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi will bring much-needed stability to the country. Many consider him the man who will end three years of...

Nigeria’s Movie Industry

Nigeria's movie industry has witnessed a meteoric rise over the past twenty years. The industry is now worth 5.1 billion dollars, following Nigeria's rebasing....

South Africa’s Water Charity

A South African charity that provides clean water to thousands is calling for more government backing. Playpumps says it's helping ease the current strain...

Revenge Attacks Continue in C.A.R

Angry group of youths took to the streets of the capital Bangui,Central African Republic on Thursday to protest against a Muslim on Christian attack...

Kenya Manufacturers Begins Production of LPG Fuel Cars

Regular petrol and diesel powers most of Kenya's transport needs, but amid tightening global emissions standards and knock on effects from climate change, liquefied...
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