Zimbabwe: Former First Lady Grace Reportedly Files For Divorce From Robert Mugabe — How Africa News

The former first lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe, leaves her husband after 21 years of marriage to worry about her role as irresponsible first lady and to be a scourge for the national economy. The world is in shock today after sources close to Mugabe’s family confirmed that Grace had filed for a divorce on…

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World Record: Cameroon’s Francis Ngannou Delivers ‘Uppercut From Hell’ On Alistair Overeem [Video] — How Africa News

A week ago, Francis ‘The Predator’ Ngannou broke the world record for punching power. Presently he’s conveying those staggering punches against a portion of the best in the business. UFC 218 was Ngannou’s opportunity to demonstrate his value and he did only that after a deafening left snare in the first round. The season of…

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South Africa retains its seat in IMO Council — The 10th Province

CAPE TOWN: 02 December 2017 South Africa has managed to hold onto its seat in the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council, the organization confirmed in a statement from London on Friday. This, according to South Africa’s Transport deputy Minister, Ms Sindisiwe Chikunga; means that the country will continue to serve on the body, representative of […]

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After Public Outcry, Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa Drops Education Minister — How Africa News

Zimbabwe’s new president Emmerson Mnangagwa dropped his primary and higher education minister, a day after reappointing him to the cabinet following an outcry from Zimbabweans on social media and radio shows. Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa at a university graduation ceremony in Chinhoyi, near Harare, Zimbabwe, December 1, 2017. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo Lazaraus Dokora’s reappointment…

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Libya to Europe: More than 400,000 Migrants Stranded in Libya — NTA.ng – Breaking News, Nigeria, Africa, Worldwide

European and African leaders have set themselves a tall order to stamp out horrific abuse of African migrants, some of them Nigerians in Libya, where thousands are suffering in a vast, lawless territory. On Thursday, a summit of the African Union and European Union (EU) set a goal of immediately repatriating 3,800 migrants languishing in…

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Mother-to-child HIV Transmission Reduces In Burundi — How Africa News

The transmission of HIV/AIDS from mothers to children has tremendously reduced in Burundi, said a Burundian health official on Friday in the country’s capital city Bujumbura. “The situation of preventing mother-to-child transmission in Burundi is very satisfactory. A lot of positive achievements have been made even if we have not yet completely eradicated…

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African Court Rules that Victoire Ingabire Did Not Receive a Fair Trial in Rwanda — African Agenda – A new perspective on Africa

re posted from Black Star News http://www.blackstarnews.com/global-politics/africa/african-court-rules-that-victoire-ingabire-did-not-receive-a African Court Rules that Victoire Ingabire Did Not Receive a Fair Trial in Rwanda Ann GarrisonNovember 27,2017 In 2010, Victoire Ingabire attempted to run for president against Rwanda’s Paul Kagame, but went to prison instead. The Rwandan Supreme Court ultimately sentenced her to 15 years for denying the 1994 […]

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Mugabe resigns after military takeover in Zimbabwe — Socialist Action

By WAYNE DELUCA On Nov. 14, the Zimbabwe Defense Forces took control of the capital city, Harare. A week later, Robert Mugabe—the only leader Zimbabwe has had since independence in 1980—resigned. On the 24th, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mugabe’s former right-hand man and until Nov. 6 the vice president, became the new president. The coup was brewing […]

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Osinbajo to youths: Take your destinies in your hands, lead through innovative ideas — NTA.ng – Breaking News, Nigeria, Africa, Worldwide

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, has advised youths in the country to take their destinies in their hands by taking up leadership roles through innovative ideas. Prof Yemi OsinbajoNigeria’s Vice President Osinbajo gave the advice at the 2017 National Youth Convention of the Youth Ministry, Church of the Lord Prayer Fellowship, with the theme, “Unfailing Love’’,…

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Egyptian Lawyer is Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Inciting Rape and Sexual Harassment — Egyptian Streets

Egyptian Lawyer Nabih El-Wahsh Egyptian Lawyer Nabih al-Wahsh is sentenced to three years in prison in addition to EGP 20,000 fine for inciting rape and sexual harassment. Al-Wahsh has been referred to court, late November, on charges of inciting rape and sexual harassment after saying that raping girls who wear ripped jeans is a ‘national duty’.…

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