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Isaac Kaledzi

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Isaac Kaledzi is an experienced and award winning journalist from Ghana. He has worked for several media brands both in Ghana and on the International scene. Isaac Kaledzi is currently serving as an African Correspondent for DW.

IMF urges African states to cut deficits as growth grinds lower

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said African exporters of oil, and commodities should remove subsidies and boost taxes to weather the slowest growth in...

Ivory Coast referendum: ‘Yes’ vote wins with 93%

Electoral officials in Ivory Coast say the "yes" campaign has won Sunday's referendum on a new constitution, with 93.42% of the votes. The turnout was...

Niger Delta leaders want army out, oil firms headquaters’ relocated to the region

Leaders from Nigeria’s Niger Delta region have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to pull the army out from the area and order oil firms to...

Zuma backs down on bid to block corruption report

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has abandoned his court bid to block the release of a report by former anti-corruption chief Thuli Madonsela. She investigated...

South Africa’s Jacob Zuma in court bid to block Madonsela’s report

A court in South Africa is hearing a bid by President Jacob Zuma to block the release of a report by former anti-corruption tsar...

Africans approve of China, says Afrobarometer

China’s popularity in Africa is strong. Its policy of not linking aid and investments to human rights and good governance has made Beijing many...

Bond notes spark fears of hyperinflation in Zimbabwe

As Zimbabwe edges closer to introduce bond notes, citizens in the country fear that the government will create a devastating crisis. The government plans to...

South Africa drops charges against Finance Minister Gordhan

South Africa's chief prosecutor has dropped fraud charges against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Mr Gordhan had described the allegations as without merit and politically motivated. News...

Nigerian authorities raped, sexually assaulted Boko Haram victims – HRW

“One day he demanded to have sex with me. I refused but he forced me. It happened just that one time, but soon I...

Ethiopia says 2000 protest detainees released after counseling

The Ethiopian government says it has released about 2000 detained anti-government protesters suspected of engaging in the recent violence in some parts of the...

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2 Nigerians sentenced to death in Ghana for kidnapping four girls

Two Nigerians have been sentenced to death for their roles in the kidnapping and disappearance of missing girls in Ghana. A court in Ghana on...

Senegal: Tension heightens over arrest of opposition leader

There is heightened tension in Senegal following the arrest of opposition leader, Ousmane Sonko who is due to appear in court on Friday on...

Ghana: Court dismisses petition challenging re-election of Akufo-Addo

Ghana's Supreme Court has dismissed a petition filed by Ghana's former President, John Mahama challenging the re-election of incumbent President Nana Akufo-Addo. Mr. Mahama was...

Over 20 migrants die after they were thrown into sea off Djibouti

The United Nation has said more than 20 African migrants died after their smugglers threw them overboard off the coast of Djibouti. According to the...

Over 7,000 Nigerian refugees flee to Niger

Some 7,600 Nigerian refugees have reportedly fled to Niger since January this year. The United Nations which made the revelation said the violence in north-western Nigeria has...
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