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Ace Magashule, who is accused of misappropriating public funds while serving as a provincial governor was forced to quit the post last week

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President Andry Rajoelina has been criticized for his handling of the pandemic. Until recently, he had been promoting a herbal concoction as a cure for the virus prompting a warning from the WHO

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"We believe that the fight against terrorism cannot be led by a single state. We must pool our efforts, keep each other informed and try to put together our means (.

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Some 2,100 migrants reached the island of Lampedusa between Sunday and Monday on makeshift boats

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Gunmen abducted 10 worshippers from a mosque in northwestern Nigeria near the border with Niger on Monday, police said.

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Football remains the most popular sport in Burundi. But an ambitious project aims to train 10,000 badminton players by 2024

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The passage of migratory birds will have an adverse effect, not only on the harvest and sales, but on the food supply of millions of people, leading to an unprecedented food crisis.

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Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church on Monday met with the the United States ambassador to Ethiopia after he warned of ``genocide'' in the Tigray region.

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At least 12 people, including a senior army officer, were killed and several injured Monday night in an ambush on vehicles in central Burundi, sources said Monday.

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In November, the General Inspectorate of Finance concluded in a report that $205 million of the $285 million disbursed by the Treasury for a pilot agro-industrial park project in the locality of Bukangalonzo had been misappropriated.

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At least 12 people, including a senior army officer, were killed and several injured Monday night in an ambush on vehicles in central Burundi, sources said Monday.

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Colbert, is celebrated in France for an economic doctrine which relies on the idea that state intervention is needed to serve the country's economy and wealth.

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A United Nations migration official says at least five people, including a woman and a child, drowned when a boat carrying at least 45 Europe-bound migrants capsized off Libya.

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The government blames the former Tigray leaders and claims normalcy has returned in the region of six million people. It has denied widespread profiling and targeting of Tigrayans.

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The initiative is on a mission to change the face of Rugby in Africa. The camp streams live from Rugby Africa platforms.

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Napoli had a great weekend in European football -- winning 4-1 against La Spezia with a new double for Nigerian Victor Osimhen.

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Black artists are represented like never before at New York's spring sales next week after years of being overlooked and underappreciated, with several expected to set new records for their works.

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Tunisia on Sunday put into effect a week of coronavirus-prevention restrictions covering the Eid holiday, in light of the spike in COVID-19 cases.

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The Chadian army said on Sunday that the operation against rebels who have been on the offensive for a month is "over" and all is "back to normal.

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Seychelles is facing a sharp rise in the number of coronavirus infections despite 60% of its population being vaccinated. The situation is "worrying" according to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism.

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Health workers in Chad have lamented on lack of access to any Covid-19 vaccine. Chad has confirmed only 170 deaths since the pandemic began, but efforts to stop the virus entirely here have been elusive.

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The Chadian police dispersed dozens of opposition demonstrators with tear gas, wounding one person.

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Congo’s president, the current head of the African Union, met Saturday with Egyptian and Sudanese officials amid international and regional efforts to relaunch negotiations over Ethiopia’s disputed dam on the Nile River’s main tributary.

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Recent killings and kidnappings of reporters in the Sahel have highlighted the severe risks faced by journalists in the war-torn African region, with some describing the work as "high-risk".

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