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South Sudan unity government coming

Former South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar agreed to form a unity government with President Salva Kiir by Saturday’s deadline, following talks at state...

Togolese president to seek re-election

Many Togolese have known just two presidents in their lifetime - Faure Gnassingbe, who is running for a fourth term in an election, and...

Early poll possible in Tunisia

Tunisian President Kais Saied would dissolve parliament and call an early election if the new government fails to win a parliamentary confidence vote amid...

South Sudan cuts number of states

South Sudan President Salva Kiir cut the number of states from 32 to 10, unlocking a stalled peace deal and paving the way for...

Burundi opposition names presidential contender

Burundi’s opposition CNL picked current chairman of the National Assembly as its candidate in the May presidential election which the UN says is likely...

Libya facing financial crisis

Libya will face a financial crisis and a budget deficit in 2020 because the of blockade of oil terminals and oil fields by groups...

Internet control tightened in Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s parliament passed a law on Thursday imposing jail terms for people whose internet posts stir unrest, a move government says is needed to...

Crime detection university coming – Ramaphosa

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To improve the quality of general and specialised police investigations, government will establish a Crime Detection University at Hammanskraal north of Pretoria. This was announced...

Kenya buries its longest serving president

Kenya’s deputy president pledged to unite the country in honour of Daniel Arap Moi, its longest ruling president, who was buried at his sprawling...

Jail sentences for Algerian intelligence chiefs confirmed

A military appeals court in Algeria confirmed 15-year jail sentences for two former intelligence chiefs and a brother of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika for...

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Presidential pep talk on Armed Forces Day

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President Cyril Ramaphosa had his Commander-in-Chief cap on when he addressed the country’s airmen, military medics, sailors and soldiers in Polokwane last Friday. Sadly, he...