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Mali protesters ‘take over’ public broadcaster, attack parliament

Protesters in Mali have stormed the premises of the national broadcaster and the national assembly during demonstrations that took place today especially...

South Sudan Diplomat Urinates During Live Panel Discussion

A South Sudanese diplomat in the United States sparked an online uproar when he was seen urinating during a live Facebook political...

Niger’s 2020 polls: ex-military leader contesting for president

General Salou Djibo, former head of Niger’s military junta, will contest the 2020 presidential election after being adopted on Sunday as the...

DR Congo president’s ex-chief of staff jailed 20 years for corruption

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s embattled chief of staff, Vital Kamerhe, was jailed 20 years with hard labour on charges of corruption.

Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza dies of ‘cardiac arrest’ at 55

Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, aged 55, has died after suffering a cardiac arrest, the government says. He was admitted...

Coronavirus: John Magufuli declares Tanzania free of Covid-19

Tanzania's President John Magufuli has declared the country "coronavirus-free" thanks to prayers by citizens. "The corona disease...

Madagascar minister sacked over $2m sweets for ‘bitter’ COVID-Organics

A Malagasy Minister was fired over plans to buy sweets for children taking COVID-Organics in schools. Education minister Rijasoa Andriamanana...

”Black Lives Matter” protest hits South Africa

Supporters of the ‘‘Black Lives Matter’‘ movement gathered outside the South African parliament in Cape Town Wednesday. Protesters expressed...

Cameroonian journalist dies in detention

Cameroonian journalist Samuel Wazizi, who was arrested in August 2019 for criticising Yaoundé‘s handling of Cameroon’s anglophone crisis, has died in detention,...

COVID-19 treatment: Algeria to continue using Hydroxychloroquine

Algerian authorities have vowed they will not give up on the controversial use of hydroxychloroquine in the treatment against coronavirus, despite the...

Mandate Movement Congratulates Alhaji Abdullahi Ayinde Enilolobo

The Mandate Movement Ghana Chapter, a political movement under the All Progressive Congress, APC, in Nigeria has congratulated Alhaji Abdullahi Ayinde Enilolobo...

WHO suspends hydroxychloroquine trials over safety concerns

The World Health Organization says it is temporarily halting its clinical trials that use hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 patients over published concerns that...
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