Namibia: Ya Toivo Assistant Charged With Theft

A former assistant of the late Andimba Toivo ya Toivo has been arrested for alleged theft of money from the deceased struggle icon’s bank

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Chibok Girls: More Than 100 ‘Chibok Girls’ Restart Education

More than 100 « Chibok girls » released by Boko Haram militants have begun a new phase of their lives, taking classes at the American University

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Kenya: Babu Owino Risks Losing MP Seat After Failing to Respond to Petition

A Jubilee aspirant for the Embakasi East parliamentary seat who filed a petition challenging the election of Babu Owino now wants the court to

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Tanzania: Isles Reps Root for Business With TSN

Members of the Isles House of Representatives’ Committee that oversees government executives yesterday toured the Tanzania Standard (Newspapers) Limited (TSN) offices, to get a

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Rwanda: Govt Lifts Ban on Foreign Adoption of Rwandan Kids

Foreigners or persons outside Rwandan can now adopt children in the country, seven years after the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion suspended the

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South Africa: SA Set to Chair Iora

South Africa is set to take over the chairmanship of the Indian Ocean Rim Association Council (IORA) in October until 2019. South Africa’s theme

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Namibia: 19 Teachers Arrested Over N$10 Million Fraud

The Namibian police have arrested 19 teachers in the Zambezi Region, some of whom are believed to be ‘ghost teachers’, for allegedly defrauding the

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Rwanda: Police Return Three Stolen Vehicles to South African Owners

Barnard Kobus , a South African farmer in Free State Province lost his Toyota Land Cruiser truck in August 2012. He was in a

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Africa-Usa: TPS Extended for South Sudan – Ending for Sudan

The Trump administration has extended Temporary Protected Status for nationals of South Sudan but will end the designation for citizens from Sudan in 2018.

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Rwanda: Genocide – Burundians Pinned in Ntaganzwa Trial

The Specialised Chamber for International Crimes at the High Court Tuesday proceeded with the trial of Genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa where prosecution laid out

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