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SA’s N West province confirm 21 cases of listeriosis

Laboratory tests have confirmed 21 cases of listeriosis in South Africa's North West province.

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Seven killed in Ethiopia clashes

Seven people lost their lives in Ethiopia’s restive Amhara region in the north of the country over the weekend following clashes between security forces and worshippers celebrating the Epiphany holiday, AP reported.

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S Sudan warns peace monitors

South Sudan government has threatened to kick out international peace monitors because, as the Juba authorities put it, ‘the monitors are telling the international community lies about the country’.

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Joy, hope in Liberia at Weah inauguration ceremony

The inauguration of former football star, George Weah, as President of Liberia got underway on Monday to scenes of joy and giddy optimism on Monday, a moment marking the troubled country's first peaceful democratic transition since 1944.

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Koko, Singh to appear before Eskom Inquiry

Suspended Eskom Chief Financial Officer, Anoj Singh and former acting CEO, Matshela Koko, are still required to appear before the Eskom Inquiry into State capture irrespective of the latest developments at the power utility in South Africa.

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SA’s ruling party confirms talks on Zuma exit

South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC) confirmed Monday that discussions were underway on President Jacob Zuma's departure from office, possibly signaling the coming end to his scandal-tainted nine-year reign.

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Rebel fire kills 9, including journalist, in Yemen

Huthi rebel rocket fire killed nine people, including a journalist and a child, in Yemen's southwest province of Taez on Monday, a government official said.

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EU open to send Zimbabwe election monitors

The European Union (EU) says it stands ready to send vote monitors to Zimbabwe and hopes that free and fair polls can be held soon.

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Kenyan women protest over political gender gap

Hundreds of mostly female activists marched in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, on Monday to protest repeated failures to apply laws that women must hold at least a third of government seats.

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DRC protest death toll climbs to six

Six people were killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Sunday, the United Nations (UN) said, as the authorities cracked down on a banned protest against President Joseph Kabila.

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