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Sudanese company ordered to end internet blackout

A Sudanese court ordered telecoms operator Zain Sudan on Sunday to restore internet services, a lawyer said, after they were severed nearly three weeks...

Mauritania: Ruling party candidate wins presidential poll

Mauritania ruling party candidate Mohamed Ould Ghazouani has won Saturday’s presidential election results. The electoral commission declared Ghazouani winner with 52% of the vote. Six candidates...

Nigeria’s Falcons protest unpaid bonuses, refuse to leave hotel

Nigeria’s Super Falcons players have refused to leave the team hotel after their exit from the women’s World Cup on Saturday, demanding that the...

Eto’o tells Mo Salah to join Barcelona

Former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has urged Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mo Salah to move to Barcelona. Salah has been in stunning form for the Reds...

Chad: Boko Haram militants kill eight in ambush

Boko Haram militants have reportedly killed seven Chadian soldiers and a local guard. The militants attacked those killed in an ambush in Lake Chad, according...

The city that ‘confuses’ with Jesus’ birthplace renames

An Israeli city often confused with its famous neighbour Nazareth, where Christians believe Jesus was raised, has changed its name in the hope of...

Three Top Sports Kenyans Bet On

Sports-betting has become so rampant in Kenya today. It's not only about making extra cash, but also an excellent way to enjoy a game...

Why a Judge ordered 22-week pregnant woman to have abortion

A mentally disabled woman has been ordered by a British judge, Nathalie Lieven, on Friday to abort her 22-week pregnancy despite objections from the woman...

#SEWAfrica: First set of speakers announced

The first set of speakers for the inaugural, Student Entrepreneurship Week Pan-Africa has been announced! From an immersive bootcamp to a charged day of...

Trump dismisses rape allegation as ‘fiction’

US President Donald Trump has dismissed allegations that he raped a woman in a department store dressing room in the mid-1990s as "fiction". The US...

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West African countries to adopt single currency in 2027

Ecowas leaders have agreed to now work towards launching a single currency by January 2027. The West African regional bloc had planned to adopt the...

Guinea and Senegal sign deal to reopen land border

Leaders of Guinea and Senegal have signed a deal to have their land border closed for months re-opened. A signing ceremony was held at the...

Ecowas leaders meet in Accra for 59th ordinary session

Ecowas leaders have gathered in Ghana's capital, Accra for the 59th ordinary session of the authority of heads of state and government. Ghana's president, Nana...

Laurent Gbagbo back home in Ivory Coast after 10 years

Former President of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo has returned to his home country after ten years. He has been away, facing trial for crimes against...

Rights group wants Ghana to drop charges against LGBT activists

Human Rights Watch has said Ghana’s attorney general must drop charges against 21 human rights activists facing trial for attending a paralegal training session. The...
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