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The country's election board confirmed a win for Nidaa Tounes this week.  
Protest have sprung up in the streets of Burkina Faso's Ouagadougou. The gathering is in respo...
This Is Africa complied the list that includes structures in Cairo, Egypt and Durban, South Afr...
Jonathan was already expected to run for a second term and will be the ruling party candidate.
A look at plans to foster this "smart cities" idea, and why it requires "not only government co...
The militant group is said to have stormed the city of Mubi releasing jailed militants held in ...
Find out how Ivory Coast, now the world's top exporter of cashews, went from growing 80,000 t...
Take a look at the two men suspected of killing SA football captain Senzo Meyiwa.  
The fashion festivities kicked off this week with a beautiful display of a Spring/Summer collec...
Learn more about Kio Global Book Publishing, is founder and the motivations behind the multi-cu...
What can be learned from the news of Nigeria being declared Ebola-free. Can some of their pract...
Why some are saying the Olympic athlete may make his comeback at the 2020 games in Tokyo, Japan...
Learn more about the 22-year-ol Freshman at Harvard who overcame abandonment and homelessness t...
What this social media campaign hopes to do for those often stereotyped because of Ebola'...
This expert on Nigerian security and affairs shares his thoughts on the announcement of a cease...
This week, New York City confirmed its first case of the Ebola virus. The doctor, who lives in ...
Tunisia has struggled to find its footing since the ousting of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Al...
This writer shares their thoughts on Africa's present climate, the heaviness of the continent's...
The country celebrates 5 decades of independence this weekend. Lear more about Zambia and its l...
Why this writer believes "insularity will continue to be the country’s guiding ethos in its s...
Africa has been predicted to surpass many of the tech missteps western countries have already o...
The industry has seen tremendous growth, especially in countries such as Ethiopia and South Afr...
Here are a few trends you should know as the year rolls to a close. What will be memorable, gam...
Find out how the idea currently being implemented in one South African city could combat power ...
"The culprit: cheap imports. African nations import about 5 million metric tons of sugar every ...
Much discussion, this week, has surrounded the theory of Africa's rising, and whether this grow...
Who are "socially responsible investors," and what can foreign or local investors learn f...
Learn more about the plan to make online business registration easier and interactive for Afric...
Find out how Samsung's  million dollar devices will be used to provide humanitarian suppo...
Learn more about the East African country's plans to revamp the sector and draw more tourists d...
A new exhibit at NYU's Grey Art Gallery highlights the courage and artistry of South African ph...
It was a long and arduous trek to the silver screen, but 'The Good Lie,' a film about the lost ...
She rose to fame as an Ethiopian supermodel, but her days are now filled with designing a fashi...
With a phenomenal debut album, Wizkid's fans were fearful that his second effort may not measur...
Seeking to create a bridge between African designers and the UK marketplace, Kathy Chenoy has f...
A novel program by the African Wildlife Foundation aims to preserve the environment by building...
Belgian-Rwandan, Stromae, is revolutionizing dance music with his unusually sad lyrics, and he'...
Loving African fashions, but not sure you can pull them off? Here's a primer on how to rock you...
When portraying Mandela, actor Idris Elba developed an appreciation for South African music, wh...
Maybelline enters the African beauty market with a powder designed specifically for darker skin...
 This traveler details an adventurous experience hiking in a rugged trail in Drakensberg, Sout...
Fishing, floating and bird watching --these are just some of the things to do on a house boat i...
Want a vacation of luxury and interested in traveling to North Africa? Here are activities for ...
Yes, you can watch, play and get up close to baboons. Find out how.
This list is for the traveler who is looking to save money without the sacrifice of a great fli...
Want the experience of seeing South Africa via the railway but don't have the cash for luxury? ...
The region is describes "remote," but if you're looking for a getaway experience with less of a...
"An ultra-luxurious safari camp in South Africa’s Kruger National Park has been named the top...
The night sky, when captured right, can create a stunning cityscape photo for tourists. Here ar...
Traveler ignorance to the size and geography of Africa seem to be putting a hold on trips to co...

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Patrice Motsepe Donates U.S.$ 1 Million to the Fight Against Ebola[African Rainbow Minerals]Johannesburg -Patrice Motsepe, Founder of the Motsepe Foundation and Executive Chairman and Founder of African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) donated US$1 million on behalf of the Motsepe Foundation and ARM to the Ebola Fund in the Republic of Guinea (Guinea) to assist in the fight against Ebola in West Africa. read more...
Jabu Confesses to VP Mujuru Deals As He Confirms Extortion Allegations[The Herald]Zvamaida Murwira -ZIMBABWE National Liberation War Veterans Association national chairperson Cde Jabulani Sibanda has all but sensationally confirmed that corruption and extortion allegations being levelled against Vice President Joice Mujuru are true, legal analysts have said. The analysts said Cde Sibanda effectively admitted that the allegations are true in an interview with NewsDay yesterday when he was reported to have said it was wrong for the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe and other Zanu-PF officials to publicly critic read more...
Final Remand for Rhino Horn Suspects[New Era]Windhoek -Magistrate Johannes Shuuveni on Monday gave December 12 this year as the final remand date for further investigations in the matter in which three Chinese nationals face charges of attempting to smuggle 14 rhino horns valued at N$2.3 million. read more...
France to Send Troops Back to North Mali As Insurgent Activity Revives[RFI]France is to send troops redeployed to neighbouring countries back to the Mali because UN forces have failed to turn up in the troubled north of the country as planned, French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has told RFI. Insurgent activity has risen again in the area, he admitted. read more...
60 Civilians Injured in Fighting Near UN Base[UN News]More than 60 civilians were injured yesterday after fighting broke at a protection of civilians site next to the United Nations House on the outskirts of Juba, South Sudan, according to a UN spokesperson. read more...
Maiden Music School Open Doors in Rubavu[Rwanda Govt]Kigali -The Minister of State in charge of TVET, Albert Nsengiyumva has said that the Government of Rwanda is working on developing specific talents and training for productivity. He made the remarks at the launch of public school of music in Rubavu District, the first of its kind to be established in Rwanda. read more...



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