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EACC will now pay Mr Pattni the Sh20.5 million plus interest for the more than 15 years that the dispute has been in court.

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Placement of three-mid-sized lenders under receivership triggered shifts in accounts with more than Sh100, 000.

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Safaricom has been forced into a joint bid for one of two Ethiopian telecoms licences next year due to the high entry costs.

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[The Conversation Africa] South Sudan's five-year conflict has killed nearly 400,000 people, created more than 4 million refugees and displaced 1.8 million inside the country.

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[The Conversation Africa] Population growth rates continue to pose lingering challenges to development efforts on the continent. The population of Africa is expected to roughly double by 2050. This will add 1.2 billion people to Africa's 2019 population of 1.3 billion people.

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Someone tells us something is not possible and then we start telling ourselves it’s not possible. We let the commotion in their minds become the emotion in ours.

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[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWEANS might next month get to know late president Robert Mugabe's net worth when his estate is registered on 5 December.

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The Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun says he has issued a ‘no parking’ directive to the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on the Ota toll gate axis of the Lagos-Abeokuta highway, scene of the Friday tanker explosion that claimed lives and destroyed properties.

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If you follow news about Africa, it’s easy to find disheartening headlines about the continent’s struggles. But those stories do not paint a complete picture. Every day, I read encouraging news about African entrepreneurs and business leaders who are making a positive impact.

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Clashes erupted on Sunday, November 10 in Nyamurenza commune of Ngozi province, between activists of CNL and CNDD-FDD parties, on the occasion of the inauguration of the communal office by CNL party.

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[New Zimbabwe] THE High Court in Bulawayo, Thursday ordered the Minister of Home Affairs and the police to pay Bulawayo based trans- woman and activist, Ricky Eugene Nathanson (53) $400 000 as compensation for her unlawful arrest in 2004.

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At least 10 other ethnic groups have submitted statehood bids in the south.

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[The Herald] Zimbabwe intends to lure cash-rich investors from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to exploit opportunities in mining, tourism and manufacturing when it engages them at the 5th Global Business Forum on Africa 2019 in Dubai.

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The police have detained more than 180 foreign nationals for storming the UN refugee agency in Pretoria, where they had been staging a sit-in protest, police said Saturday.

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The liquidators of VBS Bank, which hope to recover R7.3 million from Jacob Zuma, appear to have a long road ahead of them – the former president seemingly can’t even pay school fees for one of his children.

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It’s a tale of a relationship that started amorously, then a pregnancy happened before it degenerated to being totally acerbic and toxic. Now the messy affair has landed on the desk of the president.

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A man was flung from his bakkie an landed up in a tree when he lost control of the vehicle on the M7 Durban-bound near the Winston Churchill offramp on Sunday.

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Many believed the the downward trend in the DA's electoral support in by-elections had been halted. However, three by-elections this past week painted a different picture.

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The alleged Saudi theft of Denel’s sophisticated arms data has been described as a threat to national security.

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A man has died after being electrocuted at the Netreg train station in Cape Town while allegedly attempting to steal overhead cables.

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Former UK Labour party cabinet minister, Lord Peter Hain is expected to testify at the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture when it resumes.

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Marola is no doubt the most ardent Ingwe supporter I ever came across.

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The team has been posting poor results recently.

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