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Farm Attacks In South Africa Increase As Farms Become More Dangerous, ANC Loses Support

With investment downgrades looming in the near future for South Africa, uncertainty has increased. The failure of the African National Congress (ANC) led government to deal effectively with farm attacks and murders has also contributed to the uncertainty. Farming in South Africa has become the most dangerous occupation in the world, and the government has


Ghana 2016 Election Update: Nana Akufo-Addo Jumps To Sizeable Lead Over John Mahama, Could Avoid Second Round Of Voting

The Ghana 2016 election appears to be headed to a conclusion, with an update on Thursday that challenger Nana Akufo-Addo is leading with 57 percent of the votes counted — putting him ahead of the threshold for a second round of voting. Akuf0-Addo had built a sizeable lead over President John Mahama in the early


Boko Haram Releases Video Claiming To Show Bodies Of Kidnapped Girls

Boko Haram released a video on Sunday showing the bodies of the schoolgirls it kidnapped, claiming that the girls were killed by Nigerian airstrikes. Boko Haram kidnapped more than 250 schoolgirls from Chibok, Nigeria, over two years ago. The horrific act triggered worldwide outrage and sparked a Bring Back Our Girls campaign. The campaign keeps


Is Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe Dead? Condition Of One Of Africa’s Longest-Serving Leaders in Question

There are speculations that Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe is dead after the 92-year-old made a stop in Dubai to receive medical care this week en route to Singapore. Mugabe allegedly fell ill while attending the South African Development Community (SADC) meeting in Swaziland, Times Live reported. Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe at the Great Hall of


75,000 Nigerian Children Will Die From Starvation Due To Boko Haram, Says UNICEF

The northeastern portion of Nigeria has suffered tremendous drought and has been under political control of Boko Haram, threatening the lives of 75,000 children unless someone intervenes, a report from UNICEF said today. While other countries have offered aid to those starving and dying in the famine, Boko Haram controls what food reaches the indigenous


Acie Lumumba Tape: Former Zimbabwe Youth Council Chair Says Explicit Video Was Leaked As Form Of Political Retribution

Acie Lumumba is facing a tape controversy, with the former Zimbabwe Youth Council chair claiming that police illegally confiscated a video of him having that was then released as a form of political retribution. Lumumba claimed that the tape leak was meant as a way to punish him for his falling out with the council,

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