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Kenya’s Opposition Leader Odinga Blasts Poll Observers

National Super Alliance flag bearer Raila Odinga has said he is disappointed with international election observers over their view that Kenya polls were credible. In...

President Kenyatta Takes Early Lead As Poll Results Trickle in

NAIROBI – Results for the presidential election are trickling in from 40,883 polling stations across the country, following the closure of polling centres at...

Buhari Will not Speak on His Health Status – Presidency

Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, does not owe his countrymen any explanation about his health status, Special Advisor to the President on Media and Publicity,...

President Jacob Zuma Survives Another Bid to Oust Him

Cape Town - South African President Jacob Zuma has once again emerged victorious after narrowly surviving a motion of no confidence in Parliament. The motion...

Seven Killed, Thousands Affected as Dineo Storm Hits Mozambique

Tropical storm Dineo has reportedly killed at least seven people in Mozambique since it hit the eastern coast on Wednesday, the government’s disaster centre. The...

SADC Should Recommit to Human Rights Protection – Rights Group

Johannesburg –The Southern African Development Community (SADC) should use the opportunity of its 25th anniversary to reaffirm its commitment to improve respect for human...

Former Gambian VP Reaches Out to New President

The former vice president in the dictatorial regime of Yahya Jammeh has reportedly reached out to President Adama Barrow and his new administration. Isatou Njie-Saidy,...

Zimbabwe: Who Assaulted Tsvangirai’s Deputy?

Harare - A top official of Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC T has defended the assault of the party’s vice president, Thokozani Khupe on Sunday for...

French Firm Hired to Avert Kariba Dam Crisis

A hugely respected French company – Razel-Bec – has been granted a $294 million contract to rehabilitate the Kariba dam in order to stop...

Zimbabwean Teachers to Boycott Classes Over Bonuses

The Zimbabwean teachers have threatened to embark on industrial action protesting governments’ failure to pay their 2016 bonuses. The disgruntled teachers are joining doctors...