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DP leader Mao elected secretary general of...

Norbert Mao will serve for three years at the Democrat Union of Africa alongside other elected officials.

Jihadists kill 6 civil militia fighters in...

Burkina Faso has been badly hit by jihadists who started making incursions from neighbouring Mali in 2015. More than 1,100 people have lost their lives....

Togo prime minister and government resign...

Togo's economy has been hit by the pandemic as the authorities have imposed restrictions to limit the spread of the virus.

S.Africa says no evidence of Iranian plot...

Such a plot would act as a revenge attack after President Donald Trump decided to kill Qassem Soleimani, a powerful Iranian general.

Libyan unity government chief says ready...

Libya has endured almost a decade of violent chaos since the 2011 NATO-backed uprising that toppled and killed veteran dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Foreigners 'live in constant fear' in South...

In August last year, Congolese student Donette Ngonefi was allegedly beaten up by fellow students for being elected class monitor at a Cape Town high school,...

Moussa Traore dies, led Mali for 22 years...

As a young lieutenant in 1968, Traore was the main instigator of a coup that overthrew Modibo Keita, the country's first post-independence president.

Sudan pleads for aid to tackle devastating...

At least 650,000 people have been affected since the start of the rains in mid-July, more than 110,000 in the first week of September alone.

Mali opposition rejects junta-backed transition...

Key ideas discussed during the talks had been left out of the final document while others had been added in, the group said.

Pyjama gardener: Son remembers Bizos, Mandela's...

When not in court or writing up legal documents late into the night, Bizos enjoyed growing veggies at his home in the Johannesburg suburb of Parktown....

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