Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets Namibia Deputy PM, President
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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets Namibia Deputy PM, President

Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, visited Namibia Friday on the final leg of his tour…

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Questions raised following AMISOM withdrawal from Merca
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Questions raised following AMISOM withdrawal from Merca

In East Africa, questions are being raised over the ability of the African Union troops…

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South African Enslin holds world record for the longest surf session
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South African Enslin holds world record for the longest surf session

Surfing is one of the favorite pass times of many South Africans especially in Port…

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Pundits worried about Egyptian football team’s dipping form
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Pundits worried about Egyptian football team’s dipping form

Egyptian football now where fans are not very happy with the national football team. The…

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CAF backs Bahrain’s Shiekh Salman for football’s top seat
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CAF backs Bahrain’s Shiekh Salman for football’s top seat

The Confederation of African Football has endorsed Asian football President Sheikh Salman as its preferred…

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Mara Human-Wildlife Conflict: Lions poisoned by herders due to them eating their cattle
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Mara Human-Wildlife Conflict: Lions poisoned by herders due to them eating their cattle

This is a story of breathtaking beauty – and of tragedy and revenge – from…

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Up to a quarter of Zimbabwe’s population to face food shortage
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Up to a quarter of Zimbabwe’s population to face food shortage

The World Food Programme has welcomed President Robert Mugabe’s declaration of a state of disaster…

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SA’s ruling party faces a difficult task to win back control of Cape Town
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SA’s ruling party faces a difficult task to win back control of Cape Town

The attempt by South Africa’s ruling party to win back control of Cape Town is…

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SA Mine Collapse: Three people still missing, 76 rescued
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SA Mine Collapse: Three people still missing, 76 rescued

Three people believed to still be trapped in the lamp room of the Lily Mine…

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African students protest over mob attack on Tanzanian student in India
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African students protest over mob attack on Tanzanian student in India

African students poured onto the streets of India’s southern city of Bengaluru on Saturday to…

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