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Police are investigating after a Cape Town SAPS van was seen being used for grocery shopping.

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Another suspected member of the National Christian Resistance Movement, also known as the 'Crusaders', has been arrested - this time in Cape Town, according to the Hawks.

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Nigeria has at least 170 universities, with the oldest set up in 1948. But few have been led by women, now or in the past. The post More than 15 female vice-chancellors have led Nigerian universities, but higher education still a man’s world appeared first on Africa Check.

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Runner-up Lazarus Chakwera alleges he was robbed of victory in the ballot.

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Comparing the ancient sediment along the edges of the lake, showed that the lake levels declined rapidly thousands of years ago, and could happen in the next years as well.

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A growing number of women are turning their backs on the traditional expectations of South Korea's male-dominated society.

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Enhanced rainfall we are experiencing now is due to a number of climate drivers affecting Kenya, weather expert says.

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The girls graduated from an alternative rite of passage programme after a week training.

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Children below 14 years banned from selling the edible insects.

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Nandi governor frustrated by inability to find plots not mired in controversy

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A 46-seater matatu ferrying Lukenya University students went adrift on swollen River Kyamela in Makueni.

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Local leaders are now rooting for the conservation of the sanctuary and sacred forest.

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Once upon a time, Wesley Snipes was one of the most in-demand action stars in show business—and for good reason. Snipes' unique blend of athletic and martial arts abilities with undeniable charisma led to some memorable performances and a handful of blockbuster hits.

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The new Chief Justice Faustin Ntezilyayo and his Deputy Marie-Thérèse Mukamulisa will this Friday, December 6, be sworn in to begin their respective five-year terms.

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HortInvest project and AgroProFucus have organised the 2019 Women in Horticulture Bootcamp intended address problems that such women grapple with in order to grow their agribusinesses and increase their income.

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French Montana is finally out of the hospital after a nearly 2-week stay, and while he still has a long road to recovery, he also has a new album to help motivate him.

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MTN Rwanda, the country’s biggest telecom operator, on December 5, announced the first-ever 'cashless' music festival— during which concert-goers will be able to make cashless payments to attend the shows.

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The ministry of education has implored faith-based organisations to introduce a pre-primary school programme at all schools they run in an effort to address the low enrolment of children in pre-primary schools.

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About 59 days have gone since the constitutional court started hearing the evidence from a horde of witnesses, including information and communications technology experts, monitors, Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) officials and party officials in the ongoing May 21 electoral case in Lilongwe, hearing of evidence has concluded with all parties saying they are pleased.

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Following the May 2019 elections, Malawi Electoral (MEC) chair Justice Jane Ansah, amid 147 complaints, declared President Peter Mutharika the winner. The President hastily sworn in, the Chair then went on Zodiak TV declaring the appropriateness of the work of the MEC.

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State vice-president Everton Chimulirenji has assured the nation that no one will die of hunger, saying  government has put in place measures to safeguard people’s lives by providing relief food.

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Malawi government has been asked to follow the law in replacing Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA) director general Atuweni Juwayeyi Agbermodji whose contract expired.

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This has brought the total number of returnees from Libya from April 2017 to date to 8,096 males and 5,788 females. The post 168 stranded Nigerians return from Libya appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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Orji Kalu's first major electoral victory was his election as Abia State governor in 1999. The post TIMELINE: Orji Kalu’s travails from Abia govt house to prison appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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Many believe it is a welcome development that Mr Kalu, like ex-governors Joshua Dariye, Lucky Igbinedion and others, has finally received his judgment for the corruption acts leveled against him.

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