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Tanzanian president “shocked” after road accident kills 26

Tanzanian President John Magufuli said Sunday he was shocked by a road accident that killed 26 people on Saturday night. "I have been shocked and...

Somali town bans lavish weddings to encourage young men to marry

A town in Somalia has banned lavish weddings to encourage more young people to marry, and to stop them from migrating. Authorities of the Beled...

Nigerian lawmakers summon President Buhari over communal killings

Nigerian lawmakers are now demanding to know what President Muhammadu Buhari p[lans to about a recent spate of communal killings. Hundreds of people have died...

Ugandan youth create an ‘App’ to popularise Museveni

Young supporters of president Yoweri Museveni of Uganda have developed a mobile App to raise his profile among the young. It's a quiz game, called...

Company makes artificial limb for Goose through 3D printing

A goose is on the forefront of a medical breakthrough in South Africa. A digital design company has used a 3D printer to give...

Somalia attack: Al-Shabaab claims responsibility after Mogadishu attack

A suicide attacker rammed a car bomb into the gates of the headquarters of Somalia's Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in Mogadishu before gunmen stormed...

Somalia conflict: One US soldier killed, four wounded in firefight

A US special forces soldier has been killed in an attack by suspected al-Shabab militants in southern Somalia, officials say. Four other US soldiers and...

Legendary Okocha congratulates nephew for scoring his first Gunners’ goal

Nigerian and Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi on Saturday netted his first senior goal for the Gunners in the first half of their Premier League...

Cameroon’s Joel Matip likely to miss rest of Liverpool’s season

Cameroonian defender Joel Matip is likely to miss the remainder of Liverpool’s season due to a foot injury. Matip suffered the injury in Liverpool’s first...

South African president voices concern over impact of COVID-19 on media...

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday voiced concern over the heavy losses inflicted on South Africa's media by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a great concern...
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