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  • New Angolan President To Be Sworn In

    by - Sep 25, 2017
    Luanda — The members of the National Assembly (Angolan Parliament) that were elected in last August 23 elections will be gathered on Monday, in the main building of the Parliament, in Luanda, to learn of the...
  • World’s Largest Contemporary Art Museum Opens

    by - Sep 25, 2017
    Contemporary African art has a new home at the southernmost tip of the continent. The Zeitz Museum of Modern Contemporary African Art, also known as the Zeitz MOCAA, opened it’s doors in Cape Town, South Africa...
  • Nigeria: Govt Begins Trial of 2,540 Boko Haram Terrorists Oct 9

    by - Sep 25, 2017
    Abuja — The federal government will begin the trial of about 2,540 Boko Haram suspects detained in military detention facilities across the country from next month. Accordingly, Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of...
  • Trump Implements Travel Restrictions on 3 African Countries

    by - Sep 25, 2017
    “Our government’s first duty is to its people, to our citizens — to serve their needs, to ensure their safety, to preserve their rights, and to defend their values.” – President Donald J. Trump NEW PROTECTIONS:...
  • Malawi Envoy Hails Zim Education

    by - Sep 9, 2017
    Zimbabwe’s education system is a role model, which African countries must emulate, Malawian ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Annie Kumwenda has said. Ms Kumwenda made the remarks after paying a courtesy call on Primary and Secondary Education...
  • South Africa: SA Tourism Alive With Opportunities

    by - Sep 9, 2017
    Young people from across the country will get to see what’s available in tourism careers when the National Tourism Careers Expo starts later this month. The careers expo was launched on Thursday in Virginia, Free State,...
  • Cars Believed to Be Uber Taxis Set Alight in Johannesburg

    by - Sep 9, 2017
    Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi has condemned the violence that erupted between meter taxi and e-hailing drivers in Sandton. On Thursday night, two Uber cars were petrol bombed in the Sandton CBD near the Gautrain station, allegedly...
  • Kenya Airways Gets Permit For Direct U.S. Flights

    by - Sep 9, 2017
    PRESS RELEASE The United States government has granted Kenya Airways a permit to operate direct flights to America. According to an order issued by the Department of Transportation, the permit became effective on September 5. The...
  • Tanzania: Track Down All Lissu Attackers, JPM Orders

    by - Sep 9, 2017
    PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday ordered security organs to immediately launch an intensive manhunt for all suspects behind the brutal shooting of Singida East MP Tundu Lissu (CHADEMA). The Head of State said he received with shock...
  • Nigeria: Will Buhari Run in 2019?

    by - Sep 9, 2017
    The presidency has refused to react officially to a statement credited to the Minister of Women Affairs, Aisha Alhassan, that President Muhammadu Buhari had said he would not seek a second term in office. Mrs. Alhassan...
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