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South Africa: Ramaphosa leaves Commonwealth summit to deal with protests

Cyril Ramaphosa leaves the Commonwealth summit in London to deal with violent clashes at...

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Africa’s week in pictures: 13-19 April 2018

A selection of the best photos from across Africa this...

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Stabbing of popular student devastates South El Monte High School; teen friend suspected in slaying

When administrators at South El Monte High School called Jeremy Sanchez’s parents to say he never showed up for class Wednesday, his father began to...

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‘The Judge’ documentary explores Middle East’s first female jurist in sharia law courts

“The Judge" is not the eagerly anticipated documentary on Supreme Court luminary Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That film, "RBG," is coming soon, but in the interim...

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After another blown save, Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen still searching for answers

Hidden behind a partition in the visitors clubhouse at Petco Park, Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen was scrolling through his iPhone when a reporter approached on...

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Swaziland: What happens when a country changes its name

Swaziland's king has decided to change the country's name to eSwatini, but what does this...

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Swaziland king renames country ‘the Kingdom of eSwatini’

King Mswati III declares a name change at events celebrating independence and his 50th...

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South Africa:Brown to Lead Revamped Blitzboks to Singapore

Kyle Brown , the second most-capped Springbok Sevens player of all time, will lead an exciting Blitzboks squad to Singapore this weekend for the...

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South Africa:Muthusamy Cleans Up At Dolphins Awards

Left arm spinner Senuran Muthusamy was named the Dolphins Player of the Year at the franchise's annual end-of-season prize giving awards at Mount Edgecombe...

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South Africa:Mitchell – Winning Isn’t Everything

The Bulls are experiencing a resurgence under John Mitchell and have risen to second in the South African Conference, but the coach insists that...

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Africa:Eco-Farming Can Solve Hunger and Climate Crises, Experts Say

Rome -Asian farmers are growing rice and rearing fish in the same fields to increase their income and reduce weeds, while Ghanaians...

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South Africa:Saca Hits Back At Csa Over MOU Stance

The South African Cricketers' Association (SACA) has voiced fresh concerns over its relationship with Cricket South Africa (CSA)...

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South Africa:International Relations On Travel Advisory Issued By Australia

The South African government takes strong exception to the Travel Advisory issued by the government of the Commonwealth of Australia, which contains...

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Ethiopia:Children’s Literature Too Laborious for Authors

Even though there are writers dedicated to writing books for kids, even if there are exciting stories to be told to them, and...

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East Africa:Drought, Reduced Credit Slow East Africa’s Economic Growth

The value of goods and services produced by East African countries dropped in 2017, as the region's GDP growth slowed to an average...

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South Africa:Water and Sanitation Hosts Provincial Adjudication of South African Youth Water Prize Competition, 20 APR

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Water and Sanitation will be hosting provincial adjudication of the South African Youth Water Prize competition (SAYWP) at...

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South Africa:Water and Sanitation On Water Bilateral With Nigeria

South Africa, through the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), shared its expertise on the management of the resource with their Nigerian...

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South Africa:Triumphant SA Fed Cup Team One Step Close to Promotion

The task for the South African Fed Cup team on Wednesday in Montenegro was a major...

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South Africa:No Good News After Whiteley’s Surgeon Visit

Warren Whiteley's visit to an orthopaedic surgeon has not given the Lions the good news they had hoped...

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South Africa:Trapped in Bholobholo Without a Toilet for 10 Years

In Bholobholo informal settlement, Mfuleni, 16 families live without toilets. They share one water tap with local braai meat vendors. There used to be...

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South Africa:In Masiphumelele’s Wetlands, Everyone Dreads the Winter

As winter approaches and Capetonians who live on solid ground wait anxiously for rainfall, shack dwellers in Masiphumelele's wetlands fear that, once again, they...

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South Africa:Yorkshire ‘Homecoming’ for Cavendish

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka has confirmed that Mark Cavendish will make his return to racing at the upcoming Tour de Yorkshire in early...

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South Africa:Weather Update – Cold Front Passes, Cool Weather for Most of SA

Cooler weather is predicted for the central and southern parts of the country with rain along the East Coast as the cold front passes...

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South Africa:Confident Senekal Out to Improve Zimbabwe Showing

While JJ Senekal missed the cut at last year's Zimbabwe Open , he admits that last week's win at the Zanaco Masters has injected...

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South Africa:Moolman-Pasio Achieves Best Result in Belgium

Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio achieved her best result yet in F leche Wallonne on Wednesday, climbing to second...

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East Africa:MYDAWA, Sanlam Insurance Partner to Offer Affordable Healthcare Products

MYDAWA has announced its partnership with Sanlam General Insurance to provide its medical cover policy holders with access to quality, convenient and affordable healthcare...

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Africa:Competing in Africa: China, the European Union, and the United States

Given recent developments in the global economy, especially Brexit and the Trump administration's "America First" policy, it is worth assessing how Africa's three largest...

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Zimbabwe:Nigerian Singer Davido Arrives

Nigerian superstar Davido finally arrived in the country today after cancelling two scheduled performances in...

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Tanzania:Tanzania Stiegler’s Power Project Is On

Tanzania starts construction of the Stiegler's Gorge Power Generation Project in July, hoping to more than double its electricity production capacity in the...

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Kenya’s Omar sacked by Bulgarian club for insulting team-mates

Bulgarain club Slavia Sofia sacks Kenya international Aboud Omar for insulting the club's coaching staff and his...

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