AFRICA

South Africa: Cape Town slashes water use amid drought

Africa News Tonight

Migrants drown as dinghy sinks off Libya coast

New US airstrike in Somalia kills 13 al-Shabab members

Rwanda: Government Bans Livestock, Agriculture Imports From South Africa Over Listeriosis

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Kenya: Top KCSE Candidate Reveals Secret to Success

‘Uganda will not recognize new Zimbabwe President’ 

WHY DO SOME JEWS AND ARABS HATE BLACKS???

Modern Ghana

Nigeria News


Oscar Pistorius hurt in prison fight in South Africa

DR Congo's Kasai conflict: 'Millions face starvation without aid'

The choice that could save South Africa, or wreck it. To avoid a dire, two-decade dynasty of dysfunction, South Africa's ruling ANC should ditch the Zumas

Point: Mugabe clings onwrites our southern Africa correspondent

All Africa

EXCLUSIVE: U.S. preparing for strikes against Niger with armed drones

189 people killed in truck bombing in Somalia’s capital - MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) � The death toll from the most powerful bomb blast witnessed in Somalia rsquo;s capital rose to 189 with more than 200 injured

Namibia: Anthrax may have caused the death of more than 100 hippos

Plane crash that killed UN boss ‘may have been caused by aircraft attack’ Read More

More than 1,000 dead from mudslides in Sierra Leone, local leaders say

Gokwe regains place as top cotton producer.
HARARE � Gokwe has regained its lost status as the county’s rprincipal cotton producing district after delivering a staggering 31 million kg of the crop so far. Statistics released by the Agricultural Marketing Authority (AMA) for August show that 60 million kg of the cash crop was delivered to the Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco) as at August 4, with Gokwe District contributing 51 percent of that. This is a vast improvement from the 19 million kg that were delivered during the same period last year, suggesting that the industry is on the rebound following years of poor production mainly related to shortage of funds and a global trade crunch.

More Than 300 Killed in Sierra Leone Mudslides

Sierra Leone mudslide kills hundreds as houses are buried

11 dead as post-election chaos erupts in Kenya

Violent protests in Kenya as opposition alleges vote fraud

 

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