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Tweede dag van rou vir ontslape Zambië president
Tweede dag van rou vir ontslape Zambië president Lusaka - Zambiërs rou vir 'n tweede dag na die dood van hulle president Michael Sata, wat Dinsdagaand in 'n hospitaal in Londen oorlede is.
Zambia names vice president as interim leader
Zambia names vice president as interim leader Lusaka - Zambian Vice President Guy Scott was named acting leader Wednesday following the death of President Michael Sata, making him Africa's first white head of state...
Millions of hectares of African land 'grabbed'
Millions of hectares of African land 'grabbed' Midrand - Over 55 million hectares of land in Africa have been "grabbed" since 2000, according to research presented at a conference on Wednesday.
Ebola outbreak: US hails West Africa Ebola progress
Ebola outbreak: US hails West Africa Ebola progress The US has praised Ebola-hit West African nations and foreign donors for their efforts in tackling the outbreak.America's UN envoy Samantha Power, on a visit to the...
Zambiese president sterf in Londen
Zambiese president sterf in Londen Londen - Die president van Zambië, 77-jarige Michael Sata, is gisteraand in Londen oorlede waar hy mediese behandeling ontvang het.
Scores of people feared dead after flooding in Congo
Scores of people feared dead after flooding in Congo Brazzaville - Scores of people are feared dead after terrible floods hit the strife-torn east of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Zim doctors strike for better pay
Zim doctors strike for better pay Harare - Patients waited in long queues while others were being turned away at state hospitals in Zimbabwe on Tuesday as hundreds of doctors staged a strike to press for...
Botswana polls 'free and fair': SADC
Botswana polls 'free and fair': SADC Gaborone - Botswana's general elections were free and fair, the Southern African Development Community's electoral observer mission said on Sunday.
Mali won't close border with Guinea
Mali won't close border with Guinea Bamako - Mali will not close its border with neighbouring Guinea after a 2-year-old girl infected with Ebola was brought across the frontier by her grandmother and died...
Khama re-elected as Botswana president
Khama re-elected as Botswana president Gaborone - Botswana President Ian Khama has won a second term in power after his party secured a parliamentary majority at the polls.
Ramaphosa: SA will stand by Lesotho
Ramaphosa: SA will stand by Lesotho Johannesburg - South Africa, in the spirit of former ANC president Oliver Tambo, will stand by Lesotho as it works towards a better future, the party's deputy president...
20 drown on Kariba
20 drown on Kariba Lusaka - At least 20 people, mainly schoolchildren, are believed to have died in Zambia after a boat capsized during celebrations for the nation's golden anniversary of...
TB Joshua donates to family of building collapse victims
TB Joshua donates to family of building collapse victims Johannesburg - A R50 000 donation would be paid towards funeral expenses of each family of the victims of the church building collapse in Nigeria, the Synagogue Church of...
Mali reports first case of Ebola
Mali reports first case of Ebola Bamako - Mali's health ministry on Thursday said the country had its first confirmed case of Ebola after a two-year-old girl, who had recently been in Guinea, tested...
Maseru Security Accord signed: Ramaphosa
Maseru Security Accord signed: Ramaphosa Maseru - The Maseru Security Accord, a new deal aimed at promoting security in Lesotho, was signed in the country on Thursday, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said.
Zimbabwe's first lady announces candidacy to succeed Mugabe
Zimbabwe's first lady announces candidacy to succeed Mugabe Harare - Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe on Thursday announced her candidacy to succeed her husband, 90-year-old president Robert Mugabe, when he leaves office.
DNA analysis starts on church collapse victims
DNA analysis starts on church collapse victims Cape Town - DNA samples of the 116 victims of the church building collapse in Nigeria have arrived at a laboratory in South Africa for analysis, Minister in the...
Slegs Nigerië en Senegal Ebola-vry
Slegs Nigerië en Senegal Ebola-vry Kaapstad - Slegs gebiede wat vir 42 dae geen nuwe gevalle van Ebola aangemeld het nie, is vry van die pandemie.
Unknown when SA bodies will be returned
Unknown when SA bodies will be returned Lagos - There was still no news on when the bodies of more than 80 South Africans killed in a building collapse in Nigeria will be returned home, a government spokeswoman...
International military observers to deploy in Mozambique
International military observers to deploy in Mozambique Maputo - Military observers from up to nine countries will be deployed across Mozambique later this month, to ensure post-election tensions do not spell a return to...
Norwegian Ebola patient cured
Norwegian Ebola patient cured Oslo - A Norwegian woman who contracted the Ebola virus while working for Doctors Without Borders in Sierra Leone was cured and released from an isolation unit Monday.
Zambia president flown abroad for medical 'check'
Zambia president flown abroad for medical 'check' Lusaka - Zambian President Michael Sata, who has not been seen in public in weeks, has left the country for a medical check-up, the presidency said Monday.
Nigeria declared Ebola-free
Nigeria declared Ebola-free Lagos - Nigeria, Africa's most populous country, was declared Ebola-free on Monday as European Union foreign ministers thrashed out measures to help halt the spread of...
Ramaphosa arrives in Lesotho
Ramaphosa arrives in Lesotho Maseru - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Maseru, Lesotho, on Monday as part of the Southern African Development Community's (SADC)efforts to bring stability...
'We're losing the fight against Ebola'
'We're losing the fight against Ebola' Geneva - The World Bank warned on Friday the fight to stop Ebola was being lost, as the UN pleaded for more money to combat the escalating epidemic and global travel...
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