16 people killed in two days of clashes in the Central African Republic
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16 people killed in two days of clashes in the Central African Republic

At least 16 people have been killed and around 20 others wounded during days of…

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Botswana’s Nijel Amos set to defend his 800 metres title
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Botswana’s Nijel Amos set to defend his 800 metres title

The 20th Africa senior athletic championships starts on Wednesday in Durban, South Africa. Nijel Amos…

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UK’S Brexit referendum to have global impact
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UK’S Brexit referendum to have global impact

Filmmaker follows the story of how his Angola attained freedom
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Filmmaker follows the story of how his Angola attained freedom

Angola recently celebrated 40 years of Independence. The Portugese pulled out of Angola in 1975…

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Nigerian civil servants shut Ministry of Finance
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Nigerian civil servants shut Ministry of Finance

It appears that the Nigerian government has a lot more than stabilizing the naira to…

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IOC sets individual evaluations for Russian, Kenyan athletes
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IOC sets individual evaluations for Russian, Kenyan athletes

The International Olympics committee says competitors from Russia or Kenya wishing to take part in…

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Cassava shortage in Cote D’Ivoire causes price hike
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Cassava shortage in Cote D’Ivoire causes price hike

The Ivorian attieke or couscous, which is made using cassava semolina, is becoming scarce and…

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African headgear stands the test of time, becomes a fashion symbol
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African headgear stands the test of time, becomes a fashion symbol

Very colorful and flamboyant, headgears come in different fabrics and designs. Popularly known as gele…

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Protests in Pretoria over selection of ANC’s mayoral candidate
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Protests in Pretoria over selection of ANC’s mayoral candidate

Protesters blocked roads, looted shops, torched buses and burned vehicles in several areas of the…

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Algeria limits number of cars coming into the country
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Algeria limits number of cars coming into the country

Dealers of imported new cars in Algeria say they fear recent government quotas aimed at…

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