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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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Monday, 04-27-15, 16:38Kinshasa Discusses Justice Sector Reform[HRW] From April 27 to May 2, 2015, the Congolese Ministry of Justice and Human Rights is convening "Etats Généraux," a large conference to evaluate justice sector reform in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The conference will be held in the capital, Kinshasa.
Monday, 04-27-15, 16:32Zimbabwe Migrants Face Tough Return[IRIN] Harare -More than 2,000 Zimbabweans displaced by xenophobic attacks in South Africa have packed their bags for home. But Zimbabwe, a country teetering on the verge of economic collapse, is unlikely to offer them the means to restart their lives.
Monday, 04-27-15, 16:30Kaunda Turns 91[Times of Zambia] April 28, 2015 offers an opportunity to celebrate first President Kenneth Kaunda's 91st birthday and a chance to explore different ways in which eminent and unsung freedom fighters made contributions towards Zambia's development.
Monday, 04-27-15, 16:28Nyusi Condemns Xenophobic Attacks[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Saturday again condemned the wave of violent attacks against foreign citizens in South Africa.
Monday, 04-27-15, 15:02'It's Better That We Go Home Before They Kill Us'[GroundUp] "We have the darkest skin colour so it is easy to see that we are not South African", says Malawian national Niga Wezele. The 22-year-old fled from Isipingo when the xenophobic attacks started in KwaZulu Natal.

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