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Mo Ibrahim: Can African leaders be model leaders?

Former Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba is the winner of the 2014 Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership. Pohamba gets the award of 5...

Multiple fires rage in South Africa

Hundreds of firefighters have been battling  wildfires on mountains outside Cape Town. They claimed Monday to have contained the fire, but that it could...

EU Conference seeks end to Ebola

World leaders are meeting in Brussels the capital of Belgium for an international conference on Ebola. The conference intends to take stock of the fight...

Chef On The Train: Jiang Wenliang Recipes Excite Passenger’s Taste Buds

Many may love his version of scrambled eggs with tomatoes, something which he considers his house speciality. But what he is most famous for...

Several dead in stampede at DR Congo music tribute

At least 21 people were killed and dozen others injured when a power cut caused a stampede at a crowded music festival in the...

MDC Suspends Tsvangirai as Zimbabwe opposition splits

Zimbabwe’s Movement for Democratic Change has suspended its leader Morgan Tsvangirai for violating the opposition party’s constitution, Secretary General Tendai Biti said. The move...

AU Welcomes Move To Free South Sudan Political Detainees

The African Union has welcome the release of the remaining four detainees in South Sudan saying the release will help the talks in Addis...

Malaria Global Impact

Despite concerted efforts to eliminate Malaria, sub- Saharan Africa remains the worst affected region in the World. Hundreds of thousands of people are still...

UNSC Considers Sanctions on Warring Parties in S.Sudan

The United Nations Security Council members are considering placing sanctions on South Sudan's warring parties. This is after last week slaughter of hundreds of...

Bambari Defends Both Christians and Muslims

Bambari is a town of around 65,000 people the Central Africa Republic. The town which is the second largest is a rare model of...
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