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Vendors given 48 hrs to quit Harare streets

Zimbabwe has given illegal vendors and pirate taxis 48 hours to leave Harare’s streets, failing which it will forcibly remove them with the military’s...

Tripoli’s Mitiga airport reopens as calm return

The airport serving the Libyan capital resumed flights on Saturday following a five-day suspension after deadly clashes around the facility that also damaged planes...

Adebayor reveals his hatred for Arsenal

The outspoken Togolese international and former Arsenal talisman, left the Emirates Stadium for Manchester City under a cloud, but he maintains that he was...

Nigeria sues JP Morgan for $875m over Malabu oil deal

Nigeria has filed a claim against JP Morgan Chase for more than $875 million, accusing it of negligence in transferring funds from a disputed...
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‘Eye-bleeding fever’ outbreak confirmed in Uganda

HEALTH bosses have confirmed they are facing an outbreak of the “eye-bleeding fever” after four people died of the suspected disease in weeks. Uganda’s...

WHO warns of high cholera risk in Kinshasa

The World Health Organisation on Monday said there was a high risk of a cholera epidemic after flooding in Kinshasa, the teeming and ramshackle...

Kenya launches drugs manufacturing plant to ease imports

Kenya on Monday launched a 75 million U.S. dollar plant to manufacture essential medicine amid a drive to tame a rising import bill estimated...

Pregnant pupils arrested in Tanzania, police hunt for men responsible

Five school girls, who were impregnated, together with their parents have been arrested in Tandahimba, Tanzania, in a crack down which followed an order...