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DRC says doesn’t need assistance from UN mission

The Democratic Republic of Congo's Independent National Electoral Commission, says it doesn't need any assistance from the UN mission in the country for the upcoming elections.

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SA schools still battling with bullying

According to the fact-checking organsation, AfricaCheck, nearly 50% of Grade 9 pupils in South Africa report being bullied at least once a month.

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“Countries have responsibility to protect Human rights”

Human rights affect everyone and all countries have a responsibility to work together to protect them.

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"Nothing’ will stop Zimbabwe’s election"

Zimbabwe’s Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, who was injured by a bomb blast in the city of Bulawayo, on Sunday vowed the July 30 election will go ahead despite the attack.

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SA President extends condolences to Ethiopians

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has extended the country’s deepest condolences to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the people of the Republic of Ethiopia.

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SA lagging behind on implementation of SADC Protocol

South Africa is lagging behind on the full implementation of the SADC Protocol on the Free Movement of People, due to the huge influx the country is experiencing.

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EU leaders discuss common approach to migration crisis

A group of European leaders have been meeting in Brussels to try to find unity on deals with the EU’s migration crisis.

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Mnangagwa calls for unity in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has again called for unity after describing Saturday’s blast at a political rally as the sixth attempt on his life.

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Libyan coastguard picks up almost 1,000 migrants in one day

Libyan coastguards picked up948 African migrants on inflatable boats in several operations and also recovered 10 bodies on Sunday, officials and a witness at a naval base said.

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EFF leader due in court over land grab remarks

Economic Freedom Fighter leader, Julius Malema, is due back in the Newcastle Magistrate’s court on Monday, on a charge of contravening the Riotous Assemblies Act, by allegedly inciting his supporters to invade land in South Africa.

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