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South Sudan: Army and rebels allege truce breaches

Just hours after ceasefire came into effect, rebels and government forces accuse one another of ceasefire violations.

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Constantino Chiwenga named ZANU-PF deputy

Retired general Constantino Chiwenga was instrumental in the ousting of Zimbabwe's long-time president Robert Mugabe.

Constantino Chiwenga

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ANC resolves to downgrade embassy in Israel

Ruling party says move sends clear message to Israel 'that there is a price to pay for human rights abuses'.

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Emmerson Mnangagwa vows to open Zimbabwe to investors

Zimbabwe's new president pledges to boost economic growth and fight graft in his first state of the nation address.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa

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Cyril Ramaphosa: Who is the ANC's new leader?

Cyril Ramaphosa replaces Jacob Zuma at the helm of the African National Congress, South Africa's ruling party.

Cyril Ramaphosa

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Haftar: Libya's UN-backed government's mandate obsolete

Self-styled national army chief, Khalifa Haftar, says national government created by 2015 UN-backed agreement is 'void'.

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Dozens killed in ethnic clashes in Ethiopia's Oromia

Ethiopian government says it has launched an investigation into the violence in Hawi Gudina and Daro Lebu districts.

oromo-protest

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South Africa's ANC prepares to elect new leader

ANC finally verifies list of credible delegates to vote in landmark conference to elect leader to succeed Jacob Zuma.

ANC prepares

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Nigerian law graduate denied call to bar over hijab

Amasa Firdaus 'dress code violation' sparks fierce debate on social media, with many calling for #JusticeforFirdaus.

Amasa Firdaus

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Tributes pour in for late Kenyan scholar Calestous Juma

The Kenyan academic passed away in the US at the age of 64, drawing emotional responses in Kenya and the world.

Prominent Kenyan academic Calestous Juma

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