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7 March, 2019
7 March 2019 The Sudanese Professional Association, SPA, have announced the latest protest action it says is in honour of women for their participation in the ongoing ‘uprising.’
7 March, 2019
  27 February 2019  Vodacom has introduced tariff changes to its mobile plans and packages, including a reduction in out-of-bundle rates.
28 February, 2019
28 February 2019  "For me, the war is now over." If words alone carry weight, there are hopes that a brutal conflict in Democratic Republic of Congo may draw to an end.
28 February, 2019
  28 February 2019    It was too early to tell whether the closure of a section of the M2 highway would drastically affect traffic from Germiston to Johannesburg early on Thursday - as the planned closure did not go according to plan.
28 February, 2019
28 February 2019    President Felix Tshisekedi arrived in Namibia on Tuesday for an official visit. The president held a press briefing with his host, Hage Geingob, addressing a plethora of issues from corruption, human rights, peace and security back home.
28 February, 2019
26 February 2019    A member of the Public Investment Corporation's board said on Tuesday that the board only offered to step down after it was instructed to do so by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. 
28 February, 2019
22 February 2019 Tanzania government is struggling to get buyers for cashew nuts it unilaterally bought from farmers after a November 2018 price standoff with private buyers.
28 February, 2019
28 February 2019    Trade union federation Fedusa announced on Thursday morning that it had placed its General Secretary, Dennis George, on precautionary suspension. George had been placed on special leave on February 6. 
28 February, 2019
28 February 2019    The mayor of a city in the Democratic Republic of Congo and medical aid group Doctors Without Borders say intruders wreaked havoc at an Ebola treatment centre in the eastern city of Butembo, the second Ebola clinic in the region attacked in a week.
28 February, 2019
28 February 2019 Former finance minister Trevor Manuel and former SANDF chief General Siphiwe Nyanda are scheduled to testify before the Zondo commission into state capture on Thursday.
21 February, 2019
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21 February, 2019
21 February 2019 More than half of the countries in sub-Saharan Africa have anti-homosexuality laws, although others have moved toward legal tolerance, watchdogs say.

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