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Nigeria: Army Accuses NGO of Supplying Food, Drugs to Terrorists in North-East

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[This Day] Abuja -The Theartre Command of Operation Lafiya Dole has declared a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Action Against Hunger, (AAH) persona non grata following its alleged involvement in subversive activities.

Africa: Xenophobia Puts South Africa's Moral Authority At Risk

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[The Conversation Africa] South African President Cyril Ramaphosa was heckled during the recent funeral service of Zimbabwe's erstwhile leader Robert Mugabe. It was easy to guess why. When he stood to speak, Ramaphosa apologised for weeks of violence in his country targeted at non-national Africans.

Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Roots Mystery Unravelled

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[Zimbabwe Independent] After what seemed an eternity for villagers who gathered at his rural homestead in Zvimba since his demise on September 6, Robert Mugabe's body was on Monday brought back to where his life's journey began 95 years ago.

South Africa: Mom Played Dead After Men Shot Children Dead

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[News24Wire] Bianca Alexander played dead after she was shot when three gunmen barged into a home in Clarke Estate in the middle of the night and opened fire. When her assailants ran out of ammunition, she and her injured friend fled their Elsies River dwelling in which their children had just been killed.

South Africa: Western Cape's New Safety Strategy Will Cost R1-Billion

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[News24Wire] Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has acknowledged that his new safety strategy for the province will cost a lot of money - R1bn - but he says levels of crime have left him with no other choice.

Nigeria: British-Nigerian Rapper Wins UK's 2019 Mercury Prize

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[allAfrica] Cape Town -British-Nigerian rapper David Omoregie, popularly known as Dave, has won the 2019 Mercury Prize for his album Psychodrama.

Africa: Climate-Change Protesters Poised to Kick Off Global Wave of Street Marches

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[Thomson Reuters Foundation] New York - As world leaders begin arriving for a summit at the United Nations on accelerating action to address climate threats, adults are planning to join students in an unprecedented wave of youth-led climate protests on Friday, organizers said.

South Africa: Completed in 2014, This Police Station Has Never Been Used

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[GroundUp] Villagers battle crime while new police station stands empty

South Africa: Ramaphosa Wants to Know Where Public Protector Found CR17 Emails

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[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa has issued a challenge to Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to come clean on how she got hold of his private emails surrounding the CR17 campaign.

Rwanda: Rwanda to Expand Strategic Fuel Reserves

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[New Times] The Government plans to upgrade and construct new strategic petroleum reserves in a bid to improve the country's fuel security.

Rwanda: Over 70 Refugees Ready to Be Evacuated From Libya

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[New Times] The Rwandan government has approved a list of 75 refugees and asylum-seekers and they will soon be airlifted to Rwanda from Libya, it has emerged.

Nigeria: How Buhari, Atiku, INEC Spent Billions At Tribunal

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[Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar as well as other agencies involved in the 2019 presidential election case spent billions of naira pursuing and defending the case at the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal (PEPT), checks by Daily Trust revealed.

Nigeria: Govt Seeks Fresh U.S.$2.5 Billion World Bank Loan

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[Daily Trust] The Federal Government and World Bank are in talks for as much as $2.5 billion in a new tranche of concessionary lending to Nigeria, the bank's Vice President for Africa Hafez Ghanem has said.

South Sudan: Watchdog Report Claims Profiteers Have Looted Billions

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[VOA] A large array of international players, including corporate giants in the United States and China, have profited from South Sudan's long civil war, according to a report by a Washington-based watchdog group.

Kenya: Kenyatta Airport Ranked 2nd Fastest Growing Cargo Airport in the World

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[Capital FM] Nairobi -Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the 2nd fastest growing airport in the word cargo ranking.

Kenya: Jambojet Gets Rights to Fly to Kigali

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[Capital FM] Nairobi -Regional low-cost carrier Jambojet has received approval from the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority to start flights to Kigali.

Nigeria: Buhari Weighs Response To Ramaphosa's Apology for Xenophobic Attacks

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[RFI] At an Abuja meeting, Buhari reminds Pretoria's envoy of Nigerian Apartheid era sacrifices that young South Africans may not remember. President Cyril Ramaphosa's letter in which he regrets the incidents was delivered to his Nigerian counterpart by South Africa's Energy Minister Jeff Radebe.

Zimbabwe: Missing Doctor Found, Says He Was Held in Basement, Tortured

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[New Zimbabwe] Doctor Peter Magombeyi has said he was being held captive in a basement and tortured.

Zimbabwe: Govt Fumes Over Rotten Donations

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[The Herald] GOVERNMENT, through the Department of Civil Protection, has ordered the Manicaland Provincial Development Coordinator's office to prepare a detailed report following revelations that food items donated to Cyclone Idai victims were rotting in warehouses in Chimanimani East.

Zimbabwe: 'Missing' Doctor Magombeyi Found

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[The Herald] HARARE medical doctor Peter Magombeyi, who reportedly went missing last Friday, was yesterday found in Nyabira, about 40km from the city centre. His alleged abduction and disappearance sparked demonstrations, with medical doctors downing tools demanding his release, but there were questions on the authenticity of the claim, amid indications that the disappearance could have been staged.

Nigeria: What We Discussed With Buhari - Security Chiefs

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[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday in Abuja challenged security chiefs on the need to bring an end cases to crude oil theft in the country.

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