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'Post-apartheid South Africa's largest protest' set to start at 10:00

South Africa's largest labour federation, Cosatu, and alliance partner SACP are embarking on a protest to "shut down the country" on Wednesday in what they've called post-apartheid South Africa's largest protest.
27 September 2017
IPOB terrorism status: Nigeria govt gazettes court order, Kanu still missing

The Nigerian government on Tuesday gazetted the Federal High Court order that last week okayed the proscription of pro-Biafra group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
27 September 2017
Angola begins post-dos Santos era as Lourenco is officially sworn in

Angola’s Joao Lourenco has officially been sworn-in as third post-independent president of the former Portuguese colony. The former Defense Minister took over from long-serving Jose Eduardo dos Santos.
26 September 2017
Chaotic scenes in Ugandan parliament as MPs debate age limit motion

The floor of Uganda’s parliament witnessed chaotic scenes on Tuesday as legislators debated a motion around presidential age limits.
26 September 2017
The thin line between electoral credibility and political stability in Kenya

After a Supreme Court ruling that invalidated Kenya’s August 8 presidential election, the country now finds itself in a moral predicament between political stability and electoral credibility.
25 September 2017
Zim denies food shortages as skyrocketing grocery prices sow panic

Cash shortages and currency uncertainties have taken a turn for the worse in Zimbabwe, as a combination of unfavourable elements and panicking individuals have seen grocery prices skyrocket in the past week.
25 September 2017