Shale gas poised to ease costs and supply to global consumers
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Shale gas poised to ease costs and supply to global consumers

We start in South Africa, where a study commissioned by the World Energy Council on…

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Car-bomb kills Somalia’s former Defense Minister
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Car-bomb kills Somalia’s former Defense Minister

Somalia’s former Defence minister has killed in a car bomb, the latest in a string…

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49 million people in southern Africa to be affected by drought
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49 million people in southern Africa to be affected by drought

As many as 49 million people in southern Africa could be affected by a drought…

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Tanzania trains, deploys paramilitaries to fight poachers
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Tanzania trains, deploys paramilitaries to fight poachers

The Tanzanian Government is training up and deploying paramilitaries to fight gangs who target the…

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Eight candidates in the run for Uganda’s Presidency
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Eight candidates in the run for Uganda’s Presidency

Eight candidates are running for Uganda’s presidency, but three have dominated the headlines during campaigning.…

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Young voters a prime target for Uganda presidential candidates
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Young voters a prime target for Uganda presidential candidates

Young people will play a big role in Uganda’s upcoming election. The East African country…

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Uganda’s presidential candidate Besigye released from police custody
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Uganda’s presidential candidate Besigye released from police custody

Police fired teargas in the streets of Uganda’s capital Kampala to disperse supporters of main…

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15 million Ugandans to vote for new President on Thursday
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15 million Ugandans to vote for new President on Thursday

Young people will play a big role in Uganda’s upcoming election. The East African country…

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World Bank says Zimbabwe not going into recession
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World Bank says Zimbabwe not going into recession

The World Banks says Zimbabwe is not going into a recession because the services sector…

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C.A.R vote countring continues amid tight security
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C.A.R vote countring continues amid tight security

vote counting in the Central African Republican presidential election continued on Monday amid tight security.…

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