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I may name my successor but party has final word: Mugabe

HARARE, Sunday Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe said Sunday that he may name a preferred candidate to replace him as a bitter succession battle between his wife and the vice-president grinds on. But the...

Cape Verde hit by worst malaria outbreak in decades

LUANDA, Sunday Cape Verde has this year recorded the worst malaria outbreak in over two decades, media reported DW Radio quoted the Health ministry saying a total of 184 cases had been recorded...

SA opposition loses bid to dissolve Parliament, hold election

South Africa’s main opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) lost a motion on Tuesday to have parliament dissolved and a national election called, in its latest attempt to oust President Jacob Zuma from...

Chebukati wants Chiloba, Nyabuto out in IEBC purge

THE IEBC has approved far-reaching changes to its secretariat, even as the Commission awaits the publication of the full judgment by the Supreme Court repealing President Uhuru Kenyatta’s reelection. The Commission on...

Focus turns to Jacob Zuma’s son over his role in corruption

JOHANNESBURG, Sunday A long-running corruption scandal in South Africa has embroiled President Jacob Zuma, senior ministers and the wealthy Indian Gupta brothers — but now Zuma’s own son has taken centre-stage. Duduzane Zuma, a...

African, EU leaders meet for migration summit

Leaders from seven African and European countries meet in Paris on Monday for a mini-summit to discuss how to ease the EU's migrant crisis. French President Emmanuel Macron has invited his counterparts...

Lobbyist says US likely to punish East Africa over mitumba ban

NEW YORK Donald Trump administration trade officials are likely to rule that three East African countries are violating eligibility terms for the US preferential trade programme for Africa, a lobbyist for Kenya...

Elders protest after Somali troops kill ‘jihadists’

MOGADISHU Somali officials said Friday they had killed eight jihadist fighters during an overnight operation, denying claims from local elders that they had shot civilians dead, two of them children. Somali community leaders...

Death toll from Sierra Leone floods passes 400: Red Cross

The death toll from devastating floods in Sierra Leone has passed 400 with 600 people still missing in the stricken capital, the Red Cross said Friday, as Britain promised £5 million...

Opposition cries foul as Senegal holds tense vote

DAKAR, Senegal voted in a tense General Election Sunday, with ex-president Abdoulaye Wade accusing his successor of engineering problems with the ballot to thwart an opposition victory. The vote to elect a new...
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