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South Africa: Victory For Women in Polygamous Marriages

Women in polygamous customary marriages have won a major victory. Thokozani Thembekile Maphumulo was the second wife in a polygamous customary marriage. She was never...

Libya Slave Trade Condemned

Abuja - A movement representing black Nigerians has condemned the human trafficking of and slave trade of fellow countrymen and other nationals in Libya.  The Neo...

South Sudan Spends Millions Fighting Crime

South Sudan has spent millions of dollars purchasing Israel surveillance drones and closed-circuit television (CCTV) for use in fighting rampant crime in the capital,...

Zimbabwean Man Missing in Stellenbosch

A Zimbabwean man, Zivanai Karekwaivanane, is reportedly missing and a call for search has been made. The 38 year-old Actuarial  specialist with Alexander Forbes was...

Zimbabwe: #ThisFlag Pastor Evan Mawarire Acquitted

Harare - #THISFLAG movement leader, Evan Mawarire, walked out of the High Court a free man after all criminal charges were dropped by Justice...

President Zuma Condemns Libya Slave Trade

South African President Jacob Zuma, has urged leaders to stand up against inhumane treatment of fellow Africans in Libya. ''We cannot stand idle without condemning...

Dozens of Men Executed in Libya – HRW

(Geneva) – Armed groups loyal to Libyan National Army forces (LNA) appear to have summarily executed dozens of men in the LNA-controlled town of al-Abyar, Human...

South Sudan: At Least 42 Killed, 19 Wounded in Jonglei Attack

Jonglei state Information Minister, Akech Deng Dit said the 42 people were killed when armed youth from Boma State attacked the village and abducted...

EU Africa Summit Urged to Tackle Libya Slave Auctions

Shocking footage of a slave auction of migrants in Libya released by CNN must serve as a wake-up call to European and African leaders...

South Africa: Treasury Keeps Lid on Grand-Scale Corruption at PRASA

For almost a year, National Treasury has kept the lid on almost 200 investigations into PRASA contracts which show that up to R2.5 billion...
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