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Civil Security

Security fears see oil company stop work in Kenya

Security fears in KenyaTullow Oil stopped works on its Kenyan oil fields and trucking operations to move oil to the coast due to security issues, Chief Executive Paul McDade told Reuters.

New power stations opened as part of Egyptian investment drive

New power stations opened in EgyptEgyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi opened three new power stations built at a cost of six billion euros ($7 billion) as part of the Arab country’s development drive.

Suspected Boko Haram militants kill 18 in Chadian village

Boko Haram graffiti.Suspected Boko Haram militants killed 18 farmers and kidnapped nine women in western Chad, authorities said, part of a wave of violence that has spread from neighbouring Nigeria across the region.


Police on high alert in Hermanus

Protestors in Zwelihle.Police and law enforcement remain on high alert in Zwelihle, Hermanus following recent unrest by community members who are protesting for land and housing.


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