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Nigerians Put the Brakes on Superhighway Cutting through Rainforest
March 23, 2017
Nigerians Put the Brakes on Superhighway Cutting through Rainforest ... read more »
South Africa Seeks Legal Change to Allow Taking of White-Owned Land
March 23, 2017
Not unexpectedly, Zuma’s comments caused outrage among groups representing Afrikaans-speaking farmers. ... read more »
New Look for Africa on ‘Corrected’ Boston School Maps
March 23, 2017
New Look for Africa on ‘Corrected’ Boston School Maps ... read more »
Surplus Food Found for Local Groups with Novel Nigerian Computer App
March 14, 2017
Surplus Food Found for Local Groups with Novel Nigerian Computer App ... read more »
Ethiopian Police Comb Rubbish Dump for Landslide Survivors
March 14, 2017
But the community there did not want the landfill, and so the rubbish collectors moved back. ... read more »
South Sudan Hikes Visa Fees to $10,000, Sparking Outrage
March 14, 2017
South Sudan Hikes Visa Fees to $10,000, Sparking Outrage ... read more »
Winnie Mandela is Hospitalized but Doing Well- Spokeman Says
March 14, 2017
Madikizela-Mandela’s previous visit to the hospital was in December for observation. ... read more »
Revised Ban on Immigrants is ‘Catastrophic,’ Critics Charge
March 7, 2017
But the new and higher bars to entry to the U.S. have the tourism industry biting its nails. ... read more »
In The Face of Adversity, African Migrants Can be Job Creators
March 7, 2017
The ability of such key players in local terror groups to meet freely is notable. ... read more »
President’s Month’s Long Hospitalization Abroad Spurs a Rumor Deluge
March 7, 2017
For months, the public was kept in the dark while he received treatment in Saudi Arabia. ... read more »
U.S. War on ‘Fake News’ Cheers Free Press Enemies Across the Globe
March 2, 2017
The 30 victims were from Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea and Togo. ... read more »
Pope Plans Trip to South Sudan Amidst Civil War and Famine
March 2, 2017
Pope Plans Trip to South Sudan Amidst Civil War and Famine ... read more »
No Clues as to U.S. Policy for Africa but Theories Abound
March 1, 2017
Peter Pham, vice-president and Africa director of the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC. Is reportedly seeking a position. ... read more »
Tale of Four Women Strives for African ‘Oscar’ at Film Festival
March 1, 2017
Workshops on ways to support independent African film and train cinematographers are set to take place all over Ouagadougou this week. ... read more »
Deposed Head of ‘Shelter Afrique’ Leaves All-American Housing Dream In Disarray
February 23, 2017
Mr. Mugerwa was forced out two and a half years before his contract was due to expire. ... read more »
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