September 18



September 17

  • South Sudan: Juba Govt Split Over West

    Sudan Tribune

    The South Sudanese government is sharply divided over the level of involvement of western countries in the current conflict, amid claims some are providing support to rebels forces... Read more »

  • South Africa: Hold Your Noses and Ratify Europe Trade Deal [opinion]

    The Trade Beat

    Before they went away on the one truly 'religious' festival in the EU calendar - the month-long summer vacation each August - EU trade negotiators hurriedly initialled the Southern... Read more »

  • Africa: Why Scottish Independence Matters for Africa [analysis]

    ISS

    The Scottish vote for independence tomorrow, if successful, will have two important ramifications for Africa: one positive, one negative. The positive impact is that it could break... Read more »

  • South Sudan: UK Threatens Action Against Obstruction of Peace

    Sudan Tribune

    The United Kingdom has warned South Sudan's warring parties that those seen to be obstructing the peace process which is being mediated by the Intergovernmental Authority on... Read more »

  • Liberia: Germany to Provide Logistical Help to Ebola-Hit Liberia

    Deutsche Welle

    Germany has said it will provide logistical help to tackle the West African Ebola crisis in the worst-hit country, Liberia. The World Bank has warned that the disease could have a... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Acquitted Rwandan General to Go to Belgium

    Hirondelle

    Belgium has granted a visa to former Rwandan gendarmerie boss Augustin Ndindiliyimana, who was acquitted of genocide by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR),... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S $3 Billion Project Commissioned

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE and Russia yesterday commissioned a historic $3 billion platinum mining project in Darwendale that is expected to stimulate growth in various sectors of the economy over... Read more »

  • West Africa: UK to Increase Support to Sierra Leone to Combat Ebola [press release]

    PR Newswire

    Foreign Secretary announces further support to tackle Ebola in West Africa, including the UK leading on provision of 700 treatment beds in Sierra Leone. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President Mugabe a Legend - Lavrov

    The Herald

    Russian Foreign Minister Mr Sergey Lavrov yesterday hailed President Mugabe as an African legend and historical figure as he reaffirmed his country's support for the recognition of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Defiant On U.S.$40 Million Seized in Belgium

    New Zimbabwe

    MINES minister Walter Chidhakwa has said he is confident Zimbabwe will recover the $40 million of diamond sales proceeds seized in Belgium by South African company, Amari Platinum... Read more »

  • Africa: English FA to Restrict Foreigners

    Daily Independent

    The English FA has announced a package of proposals aimed at reducing by 50 percent the number of players from outside the European Union who enter English football and making it... Read more »

  • Mali: Europe Boosts Humanitarian Aid for Mali [press release]

    PR Newswire

    The European Commission is increasing by €5 million its humanitarian funding in Mali. This will bring new European support to the victims of extreme food insecurity and... Read more »

  • Angola: EU to Cooperate With Angola Science and Technology Sectors

    ANGOP

    The representative of the European Union (EU) in Angola, Ambassador Gordon Kricke, said Monday in Menongue city, southern Cuando Cubango province, that the organization will... Read more »

  • Mali: Coy Commanders Course (CCC) [press release]

    PR Newswire

    The training course for unit commanders organized by the instructors of EUTM has started on the first of September 2014 at KOULIKORO. Read more »

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