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The country is taking a number of precautions including closing boards and schools.
The female suicide bomber kills three students at Kano college. Authorities also arrested a 10-...
A Cape-Town artist creates a fantasy place that is out of this world. Check out the stunning im...
The company, in partnership with Internet.org, is attempting to provide free internet to users ...
Learn more about Bora Wear, and its founder who has a passion to help local artisans. 
The victim was fine when boarding a flight to Nigeria, but by arrival time, he had fallen sick.
A look at how regions connected to West Africa are taking swift precautions prevent the spread ...
Does the new appointment Robert Mugabe's wife as leader of the Zanu-PF Women's League point to ...
The controversial use of the 'world music' label and a look at the sounds and sights on stage a...
Learn more about Okapi, the brand started by a South-African based in London. Find out how it i...
French President François Hollande has confirmed all lives lost on the down flight as the blac...
Dr. Linah Kilimo talks about the movement to end the practice of female genital mutilation. 
Despite the unfortunate events making headlines for Africa all around the world, the continent'...
A judge found the imprisoned group of writers and reporters guilty of terrorism. Their story ...
Why  it is being said that "Sub-Saharan Africa's agricultural sector needs to harvest the frui...
The virus continues to spread with more than 600 cases reported and close to 400 people dead as...
Why the billionaire thought leader is saying aid still helps African countries, but it needs to...
This week, the parents of girls kidnapped by Boko Haram met with President Goodluck Jonathan. H...
A photographer visits the well known Nobel prize-winning laureate and outspoken author at his h...
Why the lack of female voices in non-fiction points to deeper cultural issues.
The details about Africa's loss of "almost six and a half times the amount of money that it rec...
How addressing obstacles in its export sector would help Ethiopia's economic transformation. ...
Why the country's problems can't seem to overshadow the investment interest and economic promis...
This week, it was announced that at least $900 million in business deals will be unveiled at th...
What you need to know about launching your business on the continent.
How the demand for 3G and 4G data transmission services is increasing activity in the telecom i...
The economic promise of Equatorial Guinea may not be ale to overshadow the harsh reality of ine...
PayPal is entering the African market. Learn more about their plans for the continent, beginnin...
Why the drama of Nigeria's kidnapped girls and the violence of Boko Haram has not discouraged i...
A look at Germany's plan for Africa - a frame work still in progress, but clear about their int...
With its sights set on the big time, Ethiopian fashion label, Abugida, is burning up the runway...
African dance is hugely popular, and there's one for every letter (well, almost) in the alphabe...
Acclaimed for transitioning South Africa out of apartheid, former president F.W. de Klerk remai...
Learn about the impressive treasures of Kenya's African Heritage House and why the future of bo...
Italian racism and anti-African immigration policy are the target of a new music video by Liber...
Marrakech has always offered up a smorgasbord of photo opportunities. With the launch of a new ...
In a fascinating podcast, Graca Michel gives her first interview since the death of her husband...
Musical collaboration in the African diaspora is alive and well. Hear about the adventures of E...
Ankara prints have become synonymous with African fashion, and their popularity shows no sign o...
Performance artist Okwui Okpokwasili, known for incorporating dance into her works, shares an i...
Learn more about the wildlife and exploration opportunities that are serving as highlights of c...
Spring time in SA is fast approaching. Here 10 places to visit near Cape Town that won't break ...
This traveler details a trip in the southern African country, including a stay in a campsite an...
From Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to John Steinbeck, read how these famous quotes speak so well for...
Here are the things you should know before booking your trip for (what's left) of this year.
Get to know this game lodge owner and African entrepreneur. Find out how he got his start with ...
Want a unique way to travel through the continent? Follow the food. Here are 20 great dishes an...
Take a close look at the beautiful Moroccan city with this video.
Yes, you read right. Find out where and how travelers can get up-close-and-personal with the st...
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Unity in Religion[Daily Observer]A basic principle of any religion is the promotion of peace, unity and harmony among people. This is provided for in the way and manner of worshiping the Almighty Allah. And there is no doubt that religion commands a strong force among the people of this increasingly wary world. Therefore, religious leaders around the world command an undisputable authority. read more...
Defence Force Cancels Contracts of HIV-Positive Recruits[SAPA]Pretoria -The SA National Defence Force has been accused of brazenly ignoring a court order granted six years ago and their own regulations which declare any discrimination against HIV-positive applicants unconstitutional. read more...
Health Ministry to Handle Ebola Infections in 24 Hours[The Star]The Ministry of Health has said that it will not impose any travel or trade sanctions for Kenyans travelling to or carrying out trade with West African nations due to the Ebola outbreak. read more...
DR Congo Interior Minister Leaves Luanda[ANGOP]Luanda -The DR Congo Interior Minister, Muyej Mangeze Richard, who attended since Monday in Luanda, the 7th tripartite meeting amongst Angola, his country and UNHCR, left the Angolan capital this Thursday. read more...
Violence, Photography and the Iconography of Cattle Camps[African Arguments]Some years ago a curator at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford asked me to look at a photograph taken in South Sudan in the early 1950s. Several South Sudanese men were shown standing on an open plain. They were wearing little in the way of clothing. But on the edge of the frame, resting on the ground, were several small piles of white cloth. The curator wanted to know what I thought the cloth piles were. read more...
Food Insecurity Continues to Deepen in South Sudan As Funds Dry Up[FAO]Rome -Continued efforts to provide farmers, fishers and pastoralists in South Sudan with life-saving emergency livelihood kits are at risk due to a funding shortfall, aggravating the risk of famine in some areas of the country, FAO warned today. read more...
National Job Summit Launched in Accra[Ghana Govt.]A National Job Summit, to be organised by the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations, and under the auspices of the President, John Dramani Mahama, has been launched in Accra. read more...



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