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Rwanda discovery day held in Senegal

Rwanda discovery day held in Senegal

The Embassy of Rwanda in Senegal in collaboration with the Rwandan Diaspora and Friends of Rwanda held the Rwanda Discovery Day event last Saturday.

Zimbabwe’s prime minister divorces wife

Zimbabwe’s prime minister divorces wife

Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has announced he had divorced his wife of less than two weeks, claiming that a “greater and thicker plot” had undermined his confidence in the relationship.

Zambia explains why Bush was not arrested

Zambia explains why Bush was not arrested

Zambia received no sufficient information from Amnesty International to arrest former US President George W. Bush, the country’s president Michael Sata said. The former US president was visiting Zambia this weekend to raise awareness about cervical and breast cancer.

Zimbabwe Expecting Solid Economic Growth in 2012

Zimbabwe Expecting Solid Economic Growth in 2012

Zimbabwe’s finance minister has told parliament the economy will grow by more than nine percent next year, fueled by continued recovery and increased mining activity.

Polls hold in DR Congo amid delays, violence

Polls hold in DR Congo amid delays, violence

DEMOCRATIC Republic of Congo’s voters reportedly went to the polling stations yesterday to choose their leaders in elections marred by violence and logistical difficulties.

UN climate summit opens today in Durban

UN climate summit opens today in Durban

As the United Nations (UN) climate summit opens today in Durban, South Africa, some of the developing world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitters are reportedly bidding to delay talks on a new climate agreement.

Egyptian cabinet resigns as protests intensify

Egyptian cabinet resigns as protests intensify

The Egyptian cabinet has offered its resignation to the ruling military council, state media report.

Meanwhile, thousands of the citizens have swelled the ranks of protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, despite appeals to disperse by military authorities.

Is Mandela home for good in South African village?

Is Mandela home for good in South African village?

If this report is anything to go by, “Madiba”, the man who rose from a cattle herd boy in the poor Eastern Cape to turn the tide of South African history and in the process becoming a global stateman, has returned to his childhood home – this time maybe for good.

Anti-graft campaigner drops arms deal’s case in South Africa

Anti-graft campaigner drops arms deal’s case in South Africa

An Anti-graft campaigner in South Africa, Terry Crawford-Browne, has withdrew a high-profile lawsuit tied to a $5-billion arms deal, removing a legal hurdle to a new inquiry ordered by President Jacob Zuma.