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Nigerian schoolgirl abducted by Boko Haram allegedly dies in captivity

Leah Sharibu begged the Nigerian president to secure her release. On July 18, Nigerian aid worker Gace Taku and her colleagues with Action Against Hunger, a nongovernmental organization, were kidnapped by Boko Haram, an ISIS-affiliated militant group. In this video, Taku’s testimony…

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Video of the military using violent methods divides public opinion and highlights gravity of the attacks in northern Mozambique

Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province has been hit by extremist attacks since 2017. A video being shared on social media (WARNING: graphic imagery) shows men dressed in the uniform of the Armed Defence Forces of Mozambique (FADM) torturing and humiliating a presumed civilian….

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From Nigeria to Zanzibar: How Africa quietly played a critical role in US moon landing

Satellite stations in Africa were vital links to outer space. On July 9, 1969, Apollo 11 made world history when it landed on the moon. But to this day, few people know about the space stations in Kano, northern Nigeria,…

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Cameroonian soldiers kill four detainees at maximum security prison in Yaounde

YAOUNDE – As the dust settles at the Yaounde maximum security prison, it is becoming clear that the demonstrations at the facility and the fire set to it have left a trail of death and destruction. It is emerging that…

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Switzerland says it is mediating talks to end deepening Anglophone Cameroon crisis

YAOUNDE – Switzerland has officially said it is helping the government of Cameroon negotiate with rebels to end the separatist crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in Cameroon. The Swiss ambassador to Cameroon, Pietro Lazzeri, spoke in Yaounde…

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“The New Dawn is here – FRA IG CA, We mobilise, fundraise, educate, collaborate and deliver”: Dabney Yerima, Vice President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia’s full speech

Earlier this week, we published a story in which Dabney Yerima Vice President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, addressed fellow members of the movement pushing for the independence of Anglophone Cameroon, also known as Ambazonia. However, our editorial team…

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“Mugabe has not followed the Unity Accord to its letter and spirit”…reliving Mxolisi Ncube’s Question and Answer with Dr Dumiso Dabengwa.

In June 2009, Dumiso Dabengwa, the then ZAPU interim national chairman, visited Johannesburg for his first public address of the re-launched party’s membership in Booysens. At the time, the former ZIPRA Intelligence Supremo was being accused by his critics of…

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Zimbabwe: US$170,000 needed to bring Mbare’s dilapidated Shawasha flats back to habitable conditions

Stewart Musarapasi HARARE – A team put in place to assess the refurbishment needs of the dilapidated Shawasha flats in Harare’s Mbare high-density suburb has put at US$170,000 the overall cost of bringing the flats to minimum habitable conditions, Africanvoice…

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Democratic Republic of Congo: Girls’ lives shattered by attacks on schools

NEW YORK – Armed groups attacked hundreds of schools in the Kasai region of central Democratic Republic of Congo during the 2016-17 conflict, said the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA) in a report released Monday. The violence…

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Africa’s First Ladies: Are they blessings or curses?

The presidents’ wives hold a lot of sway within the political power structure The role played by the wives of heads of state in Africa has been largely ignored. In a bid to contribute to this under-researched area we analysed the political…

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