Storm moves into Zimbabwe, heavy rains to persist until Monday
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Storm moves into Zimbabwe, heavy rains to persist until Monday

Cyclone Dineo has moved into Zimbabwe, bringing heavy winds and torrential rains. It’s already devasted…

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One-year-old girl skis her way to Internet stardom
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One-year-old girl skis her way to Internet stardom

Skiiing isn’t exactly the easiest of sports. For many adults the balance and coordination required…

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UN worried about consequences of drought in East Africa
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UN worried about consequences of drought in East Africa

The United Nations has also weighed in on the situation. It’s warned that drought and…

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Big names apply for vacant Bafana Bafana coaching job
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Big names apply for vacant Bafana Bafana coaching job

South Africa, where the country’s football association has received more than 60 applications for the…

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Aid groups distribute food parcels as dry conditions worsen in Somalia
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Aid groups distribute food parcels as dry conditions worsen in Somalia

Somalia is also feeling the pinch of the dry weather. The UN has warned of…

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Mozambique counts the cost after Cyclone Dineo
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Mozambique counts the cost after Cyclone Dineo

Residents are picking up the pieces after Cyclone Dineo barrelled down on the southern African…

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Nigerians flock to refugee camps for food aid
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Nigerians flock to refugee camps for food aid

The United Nations says around 20 million globally are in need of food assistance. World…

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Dry weather in Kenya forces farmers into Uganda in search of grazing land
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Dry weather in Kenya forces farmers into Uganda in search of grazing land

Kenya is one of the countries that’s in need of food assistance. A severe drought…

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Ghana: Row brewing over locally based player quotas for the Black Stars
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Ghana: Row brewing over locally based player quotas for the Black Stars

In Ghana, there’s controversy over plans to enforce a quota of locally based players within…

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Banks in South Africa accused of colluding to fix rand rates
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Banks in South Africa accused of colluding to fix rand rates

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has told Parliament that the government will come down hard…

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