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(NEWS WIRES @ 17.02.2018 21:07:41)
Thousands of Libyans on Saturday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of protests that ousted dictator Moamer Kadhafi, with rallies and concerts despite the country's political and economic morass.
(FRANCE 24 @ 17.02.2018 14:43:48)
The stream of Congolese refugees fleeing deadly ethnic conflict in Ituri province shows little sign of abating. The UN estimates that 34,000 have arrived in neighbouring Uganda so far in 2018--more than 22,000 in the past two weeks alone.
(NEWS WIRES @ 17.02.2018 09:57:23)
Three suicide bombers killed 19 people at a fish market in northeast Nigeria, civilian militia leaders said on Saturday, in an attack blamed on Boko Haram jihadists.
(FRANCE 24 @ 16.02.2018 22:39:03)
Ethiopia announced a state of emergency on Friday, the day after the prime minister?s resignation, as pressure mounted on the country?s ruling coalition.
(NEWS WIRES @ 16.02.2018 19:33:55)
South Africa's freshly-appointed president, Cyril Ramaphosa, on Friday hailed "a new dawn" for the country in his first policy speech after Jacob Zuma's bruising nine-year term came to an end.
(Julia STEERS @ 16.02.2018 15:02:36)
In eastern Africa, you can now reliably take the train from Ethiopia's capital to neighbouring Djibouti. The new railway line - built and paid for by China - went into operation a few weeks ago. Over a century ago, the French had already built a rail line between the two African nations. It essentially stopped worked ten years ago, but a few cars kept running. Now, in cities where the old line stopped, expectations for the new one are high. Our correspondents report.
(Clélia BÉNARD @ 16.02.2018 11:09:05)
In the remote southern regions of Malawi, a violent tradition is practised on young women. Girls who reach puberty are forced to have sex with a "hyena", a man chosen by their family. Strict rules surround this rape, which is organised in the utmost secrecy. Despite being outlawed, the ancient practice endures.
(FRANCE 24 @ 16.02.2018 08:13:39)
Retired archbishop and Nobel Peace laureate Desmond Tutu announced Thursday that he had quit his role as an ambassador for Oxfam after the British charity was hit by sexual misconduct allegations.
(NEWS WIRES @ 15.02.2018 16:56:42)
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn suddenly resigned on Thursday in what he described as a bid to smooth reforms, following years of violent unrest that threatened the ruling party's hold on Africa's second most populous nation.
(FRANCE 24 @ 15.02.2018 14:03:35)
Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday was elected as South Africa's new president by ruling party legislators after the resignation of Jacob Zuma.
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(15.02.2018 14:11:50)
It was the moment Cyril Ramaphosa wanted in 1999. The former anti-apartheid activist was Nelson Mandela's favorite to succeed him as leader of the African National Congress and South African president, but the party overlooked him in a crushing blow to his political ambitions.
(15.02.2018 02:49:33)
In March 2009, less than two months before Jacob Zuma assumed office as the fourth President of post-apartheid South Africa, the Dalai Lama's visa application to enter the country was denied. The Tibetan spiritual leader had been scheduled to attend a peace conference in Johannesburg, on the invitation of fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureates Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu and F.W. de Klerk.
(14.02.2018 22:56:28)
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's longtime opposition leader and former prime minister, has died in a South African hospital at the age of 65, according to MDC party spokesman Nelson Chamisa.
(01.03.2017 00:50:05)
Here's a look at the life of Morgan Tsvangirai, former prime minister of Zimbabwe.
(12.02.2018 14:47:21)
The murderous al Qaeda affiliate al-Shabaab is making millions of dollars each year by exploiting foreign aid money sent to Somalia by the very western nations who are trying to eliminate the terror group.
(14.02.2018 06:10:01)
At least five people were injured after Delta passengers used emergency slides to evacuate a flight that had returned to the airport in Lagos, Nigeria, the airline said Tuesday.
(13.02.2018 14:24:57)
Controversy is trailing the disappearance of $100,000 from the coffers of Nigeria's examination board.
(12.02.2018 13:37:20)
Former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been awarded a $5 million prize for excellence in African leadership.
(13.02.2018 12:45:10)
Rain falls on Cape Town -- but unlikely to significantly boost dam levels.
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(20.02.2018 10:27:57)
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa's new President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday it was time to consider the make-up of his cabinet, amid growing speculation about whether Finance Minister Gigaba would keep his job.
(20.02.2018 08:34:37)
HARARE (Reuters) - In a sea of red T-shirts, thousands of Zimbabweans bade farewell on Monday to opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, whose death has opened divisions in his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party only months before elections.
(20.02.2018 08:37:12)
ABUJA (Reuters) - More than 200 people have been convicted in Nigeria on charges related to their involvement with militant Islamist group Boko Haram, the justice ministry said on Monday.
(20.02.2018 08:33:36)
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya prevented two opposition activists from travelling abroad because it had not been formally sent a court order reinstating their passports, immigration authorities said on Tuesday.
(20.02.2018 12:20:29)
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa's drought-stricken city of Cape Town has pushed back its estimate for "Day Zero," when taps are expected to run dry, to July 9 from June 4 due to a decline in water usage, the city's deputy mayor said on Tuesday.
(20.02.2018 10:05:47)
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - The Libyan coastguard said 324 migrants were picked up on Monday trying to leave the North African country on board two rubber boats.
(19.02.2018 13:51:12)
MAPUTO (Reuters) - At least 17 people died and several others were injured in Mozambique's capital early on Monday when a 15-metre pile of garbage collapsed due to heavy rain and buried seven houses, officials said.
(19.02.2018 16:09:50)
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - A Nigerian bishop whom Pope Francis had fiercely defended has resigned after a five-year, sometimes violent, standoff with rebel priests and faithful who rejected him as an ethnic outsider, the Vatican said on Monday.
(18.02.2018 09:01:16)
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's state of emergency imposed on Friday includes a ban on protests and publications that incite violence, Defence Minister Siraj Fegessa said on Saturday.
(19.02.2018 10:46:28)
BLANTYRE (Reuters) - Cholera cases in Malawi have tripled and four more people have died, the Ministry of Health said on Monday, a month after the spread of the disease from Zambia was thought to have been contained.

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