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[allAfrica] For decades Sudan has been a tale of two countries.

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[Atlantic Council] Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok comes to Washington in search of a roadmap for ending decades of sanctions on Sudan.

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[Monitor] Parliament -Government has asked the landlord not to proceed with sale of land in Kamwokya where Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine, and 400 others are facing possible eviction after a foreign investor bought the land.

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[CIO] Up until now, the conversation around education in Africa has revolved around improving the standard of education. But as digital transformation continues to sweep across the globe, there's a unique window of opportunity to fast-forward to a completely revolutionised era of education.

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[Namibian] A corss section of election observers monitoring the pre-and post-election environment in Namibia have called for the Electoral Commission of Namibia to create a broad-based engagement with civil society in the future to give more credence to the electoral process.

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[Zimbabwe Standard] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is investigating a number of car dealers suspected to be using underhand deals to import luxury cars in a scandal that might have cost the country millions of dollars in unpaid taxes.

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[allAfrica] Cape Town -South Africa's Competition Commission finds that data price is "excessively high" in a market dominated by MTN and Vodacom.

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[This Day] Maiduguri -Roundtable Meeting on Justice for Missing Persons in the North-east has called on the federal government to probe the counter-insurgency operations in the North-east following the missing of 22,000 persons in the zone.

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[Vanguard] The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari on Monday announced his marriage to the first lady, Aisha Buhari clocked 30 years.

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[New Zimbabwe] A gender activist has called on some Zimbabwean men to stop using lobola payment as justification to abuse their wives.

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[News24Wire] A female teacher at Bishops Diocesan School in Cape Town was found to have engaged in sexual misconduct with at least five pupils, but will not be disciplined because she resigned, the school said on Monday.

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[VOA] Nearly one-third of Uganda's new HIV infections occur among 15-to-25-year-olds, who say that although there has been progress, stigma is still a problem. To raise awareness ahead of World AIDS Day on December 1, Uganda holds an annual fashion show and beauty pageant for young people infected with the virus that causes AIDS and calls them the Young Positives.

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[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwean-born businessman, Amos Tsopotsa is set to join an exclusive group of African entrepreneurs that have entered the lucrative digital currency space.

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[VOA] Unknown gunmen opened fire on a church in eastern Burkina Faso Sunday, killing at least 14 people. Officials say the attack took place in the town of Hantoukoura, near the border with Niger.

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[New Zimbabwe] A potential blood bath is looming between dozens of land invaders and Gushungo Holdings workers after the trespassers have forcibly occupied a farm in Harare's Pomona area owned by late former President Robert Mugabe's family.

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[The Conversation Africa] HIV is the most common chronic illness in South Africa. One in every five is infected and one in every 13 takes antiretroviral drugs daily. Managing HIV medically has become more of a part of normal life.

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[News24Wire] A R100 000 reward has been offered for information that will lead to the conviction of four people believed to be behind an arson attack on two trains at Cape Town station last week.

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[Nairobi News] Tottenham coach Jose Mourinho has said Victor Wanyama is not earning game time because he lacks match fitness.

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[Nairobi News] Kenyans on social media have condemned BBC Sports for denying the African Region voting right in this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award.

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[Deutsche Welle] The relative stability Somaliland has seen for years is now at risk of coming undone. What ought to have been the first parliamentary elections in this autonomous region of Somalia since 2005 have been put off once more.

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[Deutsche Welle] Angry locals in eastern Congo have accused a UN mission of failing to prevent a massacre. But in an interview with DW, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Congo native Denis Mukwege argues the mission is a necessary presence.

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[The Conversation Africa] Literary prizes do more than offer recognition and cash to writers and help readers decide what book to choose. They shape the literary canon, a country's body of highly regarded writing. They help shape what the future classics might be.

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[Deutsche Welle] As Nigeria trials superfast 5G networking, there's no shortage of hype over how the next generation of wireless technology could leapfrog Africa into the high-speed internet age. Here's what you need to know.

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[MSF] Kigali/Brussels -Hundreds of thousands of people continue to die from advanced HIV, also known as AIDS, because countries are still ill-equipped to detect and treat people suffering through advanced stages of the disease, according to a new report released today by medical organisation Doctors Without Borders (MSF). Delays in responding quickly to treatment failures and interruptions jeopardise recent progress in reducing HIV deaths.

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[New Zimbabwe] POLICE have dismissed MDC claims gunshots were fired at party leader Nelson Chamisa and his entourage when the opposition chief was presiding over a party organised tree planting event in Marondera on Sunday.

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