Africa UN threatens sanctions over Central African Republic peace pact violations UN threatens sanctions over Central African Republic peace pact violations The United Nations special envoy for the Central African Republic on Friday threatened sanctions for violations of a peace agreement signed by the government and rebel groups to ...
Africa Zimbabwe rallies banned as police fear massive turnout on streets Zimbabwe rallies banned as police fear massive turnout on streets City-to-city rallies in Zimbabwe's major cities by the MDC Alliance have been stopped with 11th hour high court bans and prohibition orders, amid police fears that citizens from ...
Africa Military, civilian members of Sudan's new ruling body sworn in Military, civilian members of Sudan's new ruling body sworn in Military and civilian members of Sudan's new ruling body, the Sovereign Council, were sworn in on Wednesday at the presidential palace in Khartoum, state news agency SUNA said.
Africa Toll from Tanzania fuel tanker blast reaches 100 Toll from Tanzania fuel tanker blast reaches 100 The death toll from a fuel truck explosion in Tanzania on August 10 hit 100 on Wednesday after several victims perished from severe burns.
Africa Ebola kills boy aged 7 in DR Congo's South Kivu Ebola kills boy aged 7 in DR Congo's South Kivu A child has died from Ebola in DR Congo's South Kivu, health authorities said Monday, the second person to succumb to the virus since the epidemic spread to the eastern province.
Africa Mugabe vice president flees Zimbabwe anti-corruption probe Mugabe vice president flees Zimbabwe anti-corruption probe Zimbabwe's former vice president on Monday fled from anti-corruption questioning after he was summoned over alleged criminal abuse of office, officials said.
Africa WATCH | Zimbabwe police beat protesters as opposition denounces 'fascist' government WATCH | Zimbabwe police beat protesters as opposition denounces 'fascist' government Zimbabwe police fired tear gas and beat scores of opposition supporters gathered in central Harare on Friday, as authorities moved to enforce a ban on an anti-government protest ...
Africa Zimbabwe abductions the work of Mugabe's people: Mnangagwa Zimbabwe abductions the work of Mugabe's people: Mnangagwa Harare says the recent abductions of civic society activists and MDC Alliance members ahead of planned protests for Friday are the work of enemies linked to former president ...
Africa Seven dead, thousands left homeless after heavy rains batter Sudan Seven dead, thousands left homeless after heavy rains batter Sudan Heavy rain in Sudan has caused extensive flooding that killed at least seven people in the country's south Tuesday, the state news agency reported.
Africa Tanzania tanker blast kills dozens as crowds siphon fuel Tanzania tanker blast kills dozens as crowds siphon fuel A fuel tanker exploded in eastern Tanzania on Saturday killing at least 60 people, authorities said, as flames ripped through a crowd that had gathered to siphon petrol from it.
Africa Mnangagwa fires tourism minister over US$90m graft charges Mnangagwa fires tourism minister over US$90m graft charges Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has fired his tourism minister over graft charges.
Africa WATCH | Nigerian pop star questioned by police over lorry of 'half-naked' dancers WATCH | Nigerian pop star questioned by police over lorry of 'half-naked' dancers Popular Nigerian musician Augustine Kelechi, known as Tekno, has been questioned for throwing cash at scantily clad women dancing in a glass-sided van in Lagos, police said ...
Africa UN raises aid appeal for Zimbabwe to $331.5m, many face starvation UN raises aid appeal for Zimbabwe to $331.5m, many face starvation The United Nations on Tuesday increased its aid appeal for Zimbabwe to $331.5 million to help it recover from drought that has driven millions to the brink of starvation as well ...
Africa Zim deputy president making 'satisfactory recovery progress' in Chinese hospital Zim deputy president making 'satisfactory recovery progress' in Chinese hospital Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa said his deputy Constantino Chiwenga's condition remains remarkably stable.
Africa Mozambique rivals to sign final peace deal Mozambique rivals to sign final peace deal Mozambique's ex-rebel group-turned opposition party, Renamo, will on Tuesday sign a final peace agreement with the government in Maputo, 27 years after the end of the first civil ...
Africa Mugabe in Singapore hospital since April: president Mugabe in Singapore hospital since April: president Zimbabwe's ex-leader Robert Mugabe remains hospitalised in Singapore where he has been receiving medical care for four months, his successor President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on ...
Africa Zimbabwe secures more electricity imports to ease outages Zimbabwe secures more electricity imports to ease outages Zimbabwe will ramp up its electricity imports over the next few weeks, potentially easing rolling power cuts, after it agreed to make payments to clear its debt to a regional ...
Africa Air strike on south Libyan town kills at least 43: official Air strike on south Libyan town kills at least 43: official A drone air strike by eastern Libyan forces on the southern Libyan town of Murzuq has killed at least 43 people, a local official said on Monday.
Africa Two South Africans killed in Tanzania plane crash - officials Two South Africans killed in Tanzania plane crash - officials A light plane crashed in western Tanzania on Saturday, killing two South Africans who had been involved in last month's successful attempt to fly a home-built aircraft from Cape ...
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