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2012-01-23 13:11:39 Bishop Maurice Piat Condemns Corruption CISA (Nairobi)-The Bishop of Port Louis in Mauritius, the Rt. Rev. Maurice Piat, has condemned corruption in the country saying it can be called a disservice to peace.

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Sunday, 07-05-15, 8:00How History Textbooks Can Be Used to Build Childrens' Empathy[The Conversation Africa] In the 21 years since apartheid was scrapped in South Africa there has been a great deal of discussion about how the country can heal and progress. This is an often fraught conversation that is happening in many spaces - including school history classrooms.
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:35Gallant Warriors Lose to Zambia[Namibian] A gallant Namibian side were knocked out of the Chan competition when they went down 6-5 on penalties to Zambia in Lusaka on Saturday. Zambia were leading 2-1 at the end of full time and with the first encounter in Windhoek being won 2-1 by Namibia, the match had to be decided on penalties.
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:293 Civilians Killed in Rocket Attack in Egypt's Sinai - Sources and Eyewitnesses[Aswat Masriya] North Sinai -Three civilians were killed and two were seriously injured when a rocket hit a house near North Sinai's Sheikh Zuweid city on Saturday, sources and eyewitnesses said.
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:24Mtawali Eyes Flames Permanent Job[Malawi24] Malawi national football team interim coach, Ernest Mtawali has said he will apply for the mentor post once advert is released by the Football Association of Malawi (Fam).
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:23"Unprecedented Opportunity for Tunisia to Unlock Economic and Institutional Reforms" WB[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis, -"The next five years represent an unprecedented window of opportunity, as Tunisia stands at a crossroads to capitalise on its assets and potentials, by implementing sustained reforms, noted a "Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) report published by the World Bank (WB).

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