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Rwanda: Rwanda Approves Nuclear Power Deal With Russia

The Rwandan Cabinet has approved an agreement with Russia to advance the use of nuclear energy for "peaceful purposes," a move that is...

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Ethiopia: PM Abiy Ahmed Launches His Book ‘Medmer’

A cover of the Afaan Oromoo version of PM Abiy's book is displayed in Millennium...

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Zimbabwe: Reduced Fuel Imports Saves Zim $102 Million

ZIMBABWE's fuel import bill has gone down by US$102 million, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has said in its latest monthly...

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Kenya: Met Warns Kenyans to Brace for Heavy Rains As Floods Kill 20

About 20 people have died following heavy rains across the country for several...

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Nigeria: Despite Huge Investment in Power, Nigeria Suffered 206 Collapses in 9 Years

Nigerians woke up on Wednesday, May 8, to a nationwide power outage that cut off power from many homes and factories leading to...

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South Africa: Sex, Racism and Bullying – Inside Gavin Watson’s World of Corruption and Deceit

Gavin Watson, the former CEO of corruption-tainted facilities management company Bosasa, led a life far removed from that of a devout Christian and struggle...

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South Africa: K2 Racing Drama Brings Down Curtain At World Champs

Shaoxing -A final day dogged by drama and disappointment for Team South Africa in the senior K2 races brought down the curtain on the...

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South Africa: SA Tripped Up in Final of Tusker Safari Sevens

Cape Town -South Africa lost 19-14 to Kenya's Morans team in the final of the Tusker Safari Sevens at RFUEA Grounds in Nairobi after...

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South Africa: Dolphins Back Home to Host Cobras

Durban -The Dolphins will play their first home game of the season when they face the Cape Cobras in the CSA 4-Day Domestic Series...

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Ronaldo Vieira: Sampdoria midfielder racially abused by Roma fans

Sampdoria and England Under-21s midfielder Ronaldo Vieira was the target of monkey chants from Roma fans in their 0-0 draw in Serie...

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‘Soul-destroying’ – Haringey chairman on Yeovil abandonment amid racial abuse

With a police investigation under way, Haringey chairman Aki Achillea describes the abandonment of their FA Cup match against Yeovil amid reports of racial abuse...

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Zambia beat Mozambique 2-0 to win 2019 U-17 Cosafa title

Zambia win the 2019 Cosafa men's Under-17 championship on Sunday after a 2-0 win over Mozambique in the final in...

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South Africa end Japan’s Rugby World Cup run

South Africa end Japan's dream World Cup run to reach the semi-finals with a bruising win against the...

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Column: Foreign policy is on the 2020 ballot, right alongside Trump

Ending the endless wars: 2020 voters could face a foreign policy debate unlike any since the...

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Nigeria shocked by Togo in CHAN qualifiers as holders Morocco go through

Nigeria are shock African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifying casualties after an aggregate defeat to Togo as holders Morocco reach Cameroon...

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Thirty mummies in wooden coffins found in Egypt

In the largest haul of its kind in over a century, thirty mummies have been unearthed in...

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Measles making a deadly comeback across Africa

Uganda has been grappling with an alarming spate of measles cases, even though there's plenty of the vaccine to go...

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Middle school students started a movement that has paralyzed Chile’s capital

The Chilean government declared a curfew Saturday in the capital after protests against public transport fare increases led to looting and arson attacks that paralyzed...

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Did jailing ‘El Chapo’ matter? In seizing a city, the Sinaloa cartel shows it’s still strong

El Chapo is in prison, but the Sinaloa cartel remains strong. "This is a city filled with drug lords," a Mexican journalist said. "We have...

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Does Zimbabwe have force labour in its diamond mines?

The US government has banned the import of rough diamonds, but Zimbabwe says the claims are...

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Pica: Pregnancy cravings that make women eat rocks

Brenda suffers from pica, an eating disorder which leads to cravings of non-food...

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Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei: School dropout, mother of twins and world record-holder

Women's marathon world record holder Brigid Kosgei says her difficult childhood keeps her on...

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Meet the student who has created African emojis

Emoji obsessed? Meet O’Plerou Grebet, who has made over 350 emojis with African cultural...

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Mauritius: “The IMF will see the pension increase as madness, especially in such troubled times”

With the announcement of the dissolution of parliament and the date of the general election, Weekly speaks to Jocelyn Chan Low, historian and political...

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FA Cup tie abandoned after reports of racial abuse at Haringey Borough v Yeovil

An FA Cup tie is abandoned after Haringey Borough's manager takes his team off the field amid accusations of...

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Renamo calls for Mozambique elections to be cancelled

The poll was marred by violence and fraud, says the main opposition party,...

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Fifa U-17 World Cup: Nigeria seek sixth title as they announce squad

Nigeria are aiming for a sixth title as they announce a final 21-man squad for the Fifa Under-17 World Cup in Brazil later this...

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Africa: Expanding Sahara Leaves Broken Families and Violence in Its Wake

Bamako, Mali/Cotonou, Benin -Abdoulaye Maiga proudly displays an album showing photos of him and his family during happier times when they all lived together...

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Ghana: President Akufo-Addo Inspects Technology Solution Centre At Kumawu

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, as part of his 3-day working visit to the Ashanti Region, inspected a Technology Solution Centre (TSC) in...

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Africa: FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 Watched By More Than 1 Billion

18 October 2019 - FIFA has published the key findings of a comprehensive audit of the final audience data for the FIFA Women's World...

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