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South Africans Lose Confidence in Police Force – Survey

Pretoria: A Victims of Crime Survey, released by Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) reveals that the majority of South Africans have no confidence in the...

DR Congo: Upsurge in Killings in ‘Ebola Zone’

Goma – Unidentified fighters have killed more than 1,000 civilians in Beni territory - an Ebola Zone- in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo...

Sudanese President Extends Olive Branch To Rebels

Khartoum: Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir has renewed calls to rebel groups to renounce violence stressing his government’s keenness to achieve comprehensive peace in the...

Unregistered Doctors a Danger to Public Health in Mozambique

Thirty-four percent of the doctors in Mozambique are not registered to practice, the Order of Doctors’ chairperson António Zacarias told the second congress...

Swazi Police Fire Stun Grenades at Protesting State Workers, Several Injured

Mbabane: ESwatini anti-riot police reportedly fired stun grenades at protesting state workers demanding a salary increment, leaving a number nursing injuries. ...

Ethiopia: Over 20 Killed in Spate of Mob Attacks

At Least twenty three civilians have been killed in a spate of organized attacks, according to the Oromia region police commission Commissioner General...

Namibian Spy Facing U.S$1.1m Fraud Charges ”Commits Suicide”

Windhoek: A Namibian senior intelligence officer facing US$1.1 million fraud charges has committed suicide but authorities suspect foul play, reports said. ...

Children Living With Albinism Abducted in Mozambique

Two children with albinism have been abducted in the last three days in Niassa province, Radio Moçambique reported today. (adsbygoogle...

South Sudan Ill-Treats, Tortures, Political Detainees to Death – Amnesty International

Juba: SOUTH Sudanese authorities have been accused of arbitrarily arresting, detaining, ill-treating and torturing political detainees to the point of death, according to Amnesty...

British MP Blasts Mnangagwa’s Commission of Enquiry

Harare: Zimbabwe does not need a commission of enquiry to investigate August 1 post-election violence since “evidence was clearly caught on camera”, a British...