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July 09

  • Liberia: 'You Ain't Know Ebola in Town?' [Blog]


    The kids chatted happily as they gathered around a community well, carrying buckets and jerry cans to fill with water for their households. They were in a buoyant mood, but it... Read more »

July 08

  • Cameroon: Govt Raises Salaries After Cutting Fuel Subsidies


    Cameroon has raised the base salary for government workers and the military, entering negotiations with transport workers in an effort to stop potential social unrest, according to... Read more »

July 01

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June 29

  • Nigeria: Super Eagles Go in Search of History in Brazil


    Nigeria will go in search of history when they take on France in their World Cup second round match in Brasília on Monday. Read more »

  • Algeria: Fighting Algeria Readies for World Cup Clash With Germany


    Algeria's history with Germany is bittersweet as they prepare to meet in the second round of the World Cup in Porto Alegre on Monday. Read more »

June 27

June 26

  • Africa: Four Reasons Skilled Workers Leave - and How to Keep Them [guest column]


    Flexible immigration procedures are essential for skilled workers to move easily between countries and businesses. However, all around the world, there's a certain tension between... Read more »

  • Ghana: Senior Black Stars Players Asked to Leave Camp - Report


    Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah has sacked Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari from the Ghana World Cup team camp, Ghanaian radio station Citi FM has reported. Read more »

  • Ghana: Black Stars Demand Cash Before Key Match


    The Ghanaian government has sent a plane carrying U.S.$ 3 million cash following the Black Stars' alleged threat to boycott training, BBC Sport has reported. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Poor Super Eagles Defence Will Worry Coach Keshi


    Stephen Keshi blamed a poor first half performance for Nigeria's 3-2 loss to Argentina on Wednesday, but expressed delight at a place in the second round of the World Cup. Read more »

June 25

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