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March 12

  • Who Tweets Most in Africa?

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    Tweeters in Accra, Cairo, Johannesburg and Nairobi are the most active in their respective regions of the continent, and football is the most popular topic of discussion. Read more »



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March 05

  • Dakar Reaches Out to Finance Big Development Plans

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    Senegal's Minister of Budget Mouhamadou Mactar Cisse met with business representatives in Washington, D.C. last month to present the country's ambitious development plan and... Read more »



March 04



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February 24

  • Museveni Signs Anti-Gay Law

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    Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has signed the country's anti-gay bill into law, rejecting protests issued by leaders ranging from President Barack Obama to retired South... Read more »



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February 17

  • Pilot in Custody After Hijacking - Report

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    Authorities in Switzerland are holding the hijacker of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that was forced to land at Geneva's international airport early on Monday morning, airport... Read more »



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January 27

  • Former Justice Minister Arrested

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    Former Malawian Justice Minister Raphael Kasambara and a senior civil servant were arrested on money-laundering charges on Monday, report the country's newspapers. Read more »

  • Africans Struggle to See Oil, Mineral Revenues

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    A major new survey of African countries which depend on mining or oil revenues shows that six in 10 people have difficulty in finding out how their governments spend the proceeds... Read more »

  • South Africa's Ladysmith Black Mambazo Win Fourth Grammy

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    Traditional acapella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo have won the Grammy Award for Best World Album for Live: Singing for Peace around the World - sharing the award with the... Read more »



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