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  • UN launches $313m fund for Libya

    The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and its partners have launched a $313 million appeal fund for displaced persons in Libya. The fund is to cover the basic needs and protection of about 940,000 of such people. The UN relief agency said millions of people across Libya were suffering amid the […] More

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  • Zambia arrests Nigerian prophet for ‘drug trafficking’

    Zambian authorities have arrested a Nigerian pastor for allegedly trafficking 26.29 kilogram of ephedrine, a medication and stimulant drug, a spokesperson said on Thursday. Isaac Amata, 42, is known for having predicted that President Edgar Lungu will win Zambia’s 2016 general election. He was arrested by anti-drug officers on Wednesday upon arrival at the Kenneth Kaunda […] More

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  • Buhari leaves for AU summit on Friday

    Agency reports President Muhammadu Buhari will depart for Addis Ababa in Ethiopia on Friday to participate in the 30th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union (AU) where he will make presentation on anti-corruption. The President, who was engaged by AU at the last session to present […] More

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  • Africa loses $148b to corruption annually

    Agency reports As President Muhammadu Buhari prepares to make a presentation on corruption in Africa, report says the continent loses $148 billion a year to the scourge. The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Mr. Vera Songwe, said on Thursday that the money was lost through various fraudulent activities, Songwa addressed […] More

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  • Five things George Weah promised Liberians

    By Agency report Former football star George Weah promised to tackle Liberia’s economic and social problems as he was sworn in on Monday in the first democratic transfer of power for more than 70 years. Here are five things he has pledged to do since his election:  Tackle corruption  Failing to tackle endemic corruption among […] More

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  • Zimbabwe’s next leader returns after Mugabe exit

    Zimbabwe’s former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa flew home on Wednesday to take power after the resignation of Robert Mugabe put an end to 37 years of authoritarian rule. Mnangagwa flew into Harare’s Manyame airbase from South Africa and met key members of the ruling ZANU-PF there before heading to the nerve-centre of power, State House, […] More

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  • Zimbabwe erupts with joy as Robert Mugabe resigns as president

    Wild celebrations are said to have broken out as impeachment proceedings were called to a close, Zimbabwe’s parliament speaker Jacob Mudenda announced.   Jubilation broke out among MPs when Mudenda told the house, with members and senators seen throwing their hands in the air. The celebrations have continued outside Parliament, with Zimbabweans taking to the […] More

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  • Finally Mugabe ‘agrees’ to step down

    According to CNN, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe has agreed to the terms of his resignation and a letter has been drafted. Quoting a source, the news network said the army generals had given into many of Mugabe’s demands, including full immunity for himself and his wife Grace, and that he would keep his private property. […] More

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  • 10.25 million obese children in Africa – Report

    African countries have largely failed to address a rising obesity epidemic that could soon become the greater public health crisis, experts said as new data was released. According to the Global Nutrition Report published, a quarter of the world’s 41 million overweight children (10, 250, 000) under five live in Africa, a figure that has […] More

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  • If you have to fall, make it last

    If you ask me about falling in love I will say don’t fall just yet Until you hear me out. I have fallen, I’ve been broken I’m like pain, I hurt and heal at the same time. I’m like dictionary, I define the true taste of love. This is what they might have told you, […] More

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  • Egypt crash: At least 20 dead as trains collide in coastal city of Alexandria

    More than two dozen people have been killed after two trains collided in the Egyptian city of Alexandria. Some 25 people are dead and 65 injured, it was reported. One of the trains was travelling from Port Said and the other from Cairo, Ahram Online said, before they crashed head-on. Egypt’s railway authority said an express train had […] More

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  • White South Africans Are Preparing For “Removal of All Whites Within Five Years”

    Back in March, the President of South Africa made a shocking suggestion, which left many white landowners fearing that they may face a race war in the near future. In a speech, Jacob Zuma announced that he wanted the government to begin confiscating white owned lands, before redistributing them to black South Africans. Zuma wants […] More

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