Newsflashes

17 May, 2017
The United States requested the closed-door talks to be held in the morning, following meetings on Somalia and Eritrea.
17 May, 2017
The report‚ titled “Africa at a tipping point” by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation and released ahead of its 2017 Ibrahim Forum‚ now in its tenth year‚ has revealed that terrorist activity in Africa has grown by 1‚000% in the past 10 years.
17 May, 2017
He was arrested in December 2015 as a wave of anti-government protests in the Oromia region was gathering momentum. The authorities objected to several posts including one in which he said the government used "force against the people instead of peaceful discussion".
17 May, 2017
Disrupt Africa reported the launch of WeThinkCode was announced in 2015 with applications opening to the inaugural two-year tuition fee-free software developer training programme.  
17 May, 2017
The US Mission believes the solar and wind industries have taken off and there is a strong case for renewable energy to play a role in SA's energy future.
17 May, 2017
On May 5, over a thousand health workers marched in Durban to highlight the crisis.
10 May, 2017
Garba Shehu told local Channels TV that 83 girls were supposed to be freed "but one said: 'No, I'm happy where I am. I have found a husband.'" The 82 were released as part of a negotiation brokered by the ICRC.
10 May, 2017
Assistant Divisional Officer of the Ghana National Fire Services Emmanuel Bonney told state news that a tanker was discharging liquefied petroleum gas at the Ghana Household Utilities Manufacturing Company factory when the explosion occurred early on Tuesday.
10 May, 2017
The case – brought by Austria's Green party over insults to its leader – has international ramifications, as the court ruled the postings must be deleted across the platform and not only in Austria, a point that had been left open in an initial ruling.
10 May, 2017
This is the word from organisers of the tour, which has arrived in SA and sees the country join the list of African nations to host CodeBus Africa.
10 May, 2017
Wits was awarded the interdict by the Johannesburg High Court in April last year during the #FeesMustFall protests.
10 May, 2017
Police fired shots at the earth-moving machines in their attempt to keep them at bay, without success.
10 May, 2017
The posters, emblazoned with the name "The Anglo-Afrikaner Student" and the slogan "Fight for Stellenbosch", advertise a meeting on campus tomorrow convened by an organisation called The New Right.
3 May, 2017
As Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party is increasingly gripped by faction fighting, a once-splintered opposition is pledging to mount a united challenge to the 93-year-old leader in elections next year.
3 May, 2017
The 74-year-old president returned home in March and said he would need more rest and health tests. Details of his medical condition were not disclosed.

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