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6 September, 2018
Lenasia South residents barricaded roads on Wednesday morning, protesting against land grabs in the area, Gauteng police said. Captain Mavela Masondo said around 60 people used burning tyres and rubble to barricade Wimbledon Road and Drakenstein Street.
30 August, 2018
Emmerson Mnangagwa was officially sworn in as president of Zimbabwe on Sunday after winning a bitterly contested election that marked the country’s first vote since Robert Mugabe was ousted from power.
30 August, 2018
Kenya’s deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of corruption, failure to pay tax, and improper dealings with a local bank now in receivership, the police and the country’s top prosecutor said.
30 August, 2018
At least eight people were killed and 30 injured when a bus travelling to the Eastern Cape overturned outside Beaufort West in the early hours of Thursday morning. Emergency services described the crash as gruesome and said more passengers could be trapped under the wreckage.
30 August, 2018
The death toll following looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto has risen to three‚ said Gauteng police.
30 August, 2018
The Hawks have confirmed there is an “ongoing” criminal investigation against former president Jacob Zuma and Ajay Gupta, with a link to former government communications head Themba Maseko’s state capture allegations.
28 August, 2018
The death toll from an outbreak of Ebola in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to 75, the health ministry said on Monday. "In all, 111 cases of hemorrhagic fever have been reported in the area," it said.
28 August, 2018
The UK supports President Cyril Ramaphosa's approach to land reform and believes it could potentially unlock further investment opportunities in Africa.
28 August, 2018
President Jacob Zuma, his son Duduzane, the infamous Gupta family and others implicated in the state capture inquiry, could be forced to testify if the legal team at the inquiry has its way.
23 August, 2018
Hurricane Lane, threatening a direct hit as Hawaii's worst storm in a quarter century, churned toward the main island of Oahu on Thursday as schools, government offices and business closed while residents stocked up on supplies and boarded up homes.
23 August, 2018
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23 August, 2018
Chairperson of the National Arts Council and lawyer Hartley Sandy Ngoato has been severely injured in what his family says was a racial attack.
22 August, 2018
The Ebola outbreak in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has claimed 55 lives since the start of the month, the authorities said on Monday, as the government announced free treatment against the disease for the next three months.
22 August, 2018
A total of 46 candidates including the incumbent president and his two predecessors are seeking to contest Madagascar's presidential polls at the end of the year, the Constitutional Court said on Tuesday.
22 August, 2018
Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court is on Wednesday set to hear the petition lodged by opposition leader Nelson Chamisa in his bid to overturn President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory in the July 30 elections.

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