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Rwanda President visits troops battling Mozambique militants

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame is visiting Mozambique, where 1000 of his country's troops are helping local soldiers fight Islamist extremists.

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Eswatini blames unnamed people for school protests

Eswatini Prime Minister Cleopas Sipho Dlamini has blamed unnamed individuals for instigating a wave of protests by students demanding the release of pro-democracy Members of Parliament (MPs) Bacede Mabuza and Mthandeni Dube, local media reported.

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Dozens arrested for financing Burkina Faso militants

More than 70 people have been arrested in Burkina Faso in connection with money laundering and the funding of armed groups.

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A look at the amaMpondo tribe as we celebrate Heritage Month

As South Africa celebrates Heritage month, we look at the existence of the Mpondo people and their culture.

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Libya Presidency Council head plans to hold October conference

The Head of Libya's Presidency Council said on Thursday he will hold an international conference in October to garner support for the country's stability, warning that it faces "serious challenges" that could undermine planned December elections.

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Ugandan MP seized moments after prison release

Ugandan opposition Member of Parliament (MP) Allan Ssewanyana was re-arrested moments after being released from prison on bail on Thursday evening.

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Former SA President discharged from hospital

Former South African President Jacob Zuma is back home after he was discharged from hospital, local media report, where he is expected to serve the rest of his jail term for contempt of court.

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ALSF backs WTO on vaccines waiver rights fight

The African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) says it supports the World Trade Organisation (WTO)’s fight regarding patent waiver rights in effort to boost production of Covid-19 vaccine for poorer nations.

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Non-African people trained as traditional healers in SA

As South Africa celebrates Heritage month, cultural diversity, traditions and customs continue to play a pivotal role in advancing social cohesion.

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Poverty worsen in Malawi

According to the launched 2020 Malawi Poverty Report the country's poverty rate has worsened with more people in the Central Region slipping into the dumps of poverty than other regions.

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