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Southern Africa

Mozambique: Looking to its past for lasting peace

The government of Mozambique has taken many approaches to end conflict and encourage economic development in the past fifty years. Colonial independence, nationalization, villagization, and...

Zambian athletes fight stigma against albinos, disabled persons

Lassam Katongo, a Zambian athlete based in the capital, Lusaka, shows off his trophies and medals earned from some of the international athletic games...

100 Most Influential Young South Africans for 2020

As part of its annual programme to celebrate and acclaim South Africa’s outstanding youth, leading PR and Rating firm Avance Media has published the...

South Africa’s Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini buried

South Africa's Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini who died this month at the age of 72 has been buried at a private ceremony on Thursday...

Islamist militants in Mozambique behead children

Islamist militants in Mozambique are reportedly beheading children in the northern province of Cabo Delgado. Aid agency Save the Children which made the revelation in...

6 best forex traders in South Africa and how they achieved it

Forex trading is one of the most profitable businesses. Individuals who find success in currencies grow their fortune in a reap and bounds. That...

South Africa’s Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini dies aged 72

South Africa's popular AmaZulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has died aged 72, according to the royal house. He died on Friday morning after staying in hospital for...

South Africa: Man killed after police shot into student protesters

One man has been killed during a protest by students at the University of Witwatersrand on Wednesday. South African police had fired rubber bullets and...

Mozambique: Family of 25 dies after eating meal from wild plants

35 people have died in Mozambique's northern Muecate district after reportedly eating meal prepared from wild plants and fruits. According to authorities, twenty five of...

Refilwe Ledwaba: SA’s first female black helicopter pilot

Refilwe Ledwaba was training as a cabin crew just to enable her secure a source of income to pay off her student loan. But that...

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Thousands of expired Covid vaccines to be destroyed in Africa

Several African countries are set to destroy Covid-19 vaccines currently in circular as they have expired this week. The vaccines were donated to these countries...

Niger: Fire kills 20 school children trapped in classrooms

At least 20 children have died after fire gutted their classrooms in Niger. The fire started around the entrance of the school, which has a population of...

Ghanaian actor convicted for posting her nudes online

A popular Ghanaian actor Rosemond Brown known as Akuapem Poloo has been convicted by a court for posting her nudes online. State prosecutors say the...

Sierra Leonean author projects African words with English alphabet

Vickie Remoe is a Sierra Leonean, journalist and activist who recently decided to launch a project to project African words with the English Alphabet. Inspired...

Benin’s President Talon wins re-election to serve 5 more years

Benin's President Patrice Talon has been re-elected with 86% of the votes, provisional results released by the national electoral commission shows. His closest rival, Allasane...
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