South African vineyard workers strike for double pay+++Mali weclomes ECOWAS backing for intervention force+++Watchdog report claims ZANU-PF ruling elite stole 2 billion dollars from diamond sales.
Nigeria intensifies search for 100 abducted girls in restive northeast+++South Sudan's rebels order oil firms to leave after recapturing key oil town+++Africa loosing nearly $2 billion yearly on remittance fees
Gunmen abduct Nigerian girls day after Abuja attack+++Rwanda arrests three, including a famous musician on charges of terrorism+++Dissident ANC members launch an anti-ANC vote campaign ahead of May 7 elections
Blast kills dozens in Nigeria's capital Abuja as escalation fears grow+++Ghana's opposition NPP hope to return to power after electing new chairman+++Vote counting underway in Guinea Bissau's crucial election
Guinea-Bissau is going to vote in hope to return to democracy+++Rwanda ends a week of remembrance of the victims of the genocide+++Zimbabwe’s main opposition party expels its treasurer.
UN Security Council has approved a 12,000 peacekeeping mission to CAR+++Kenya continues to screen Somalis in a countrywide counter-terrorism operation+++Ghana launches awareness campaigns on Ebola Virus.
Uhuru Kenyatta marks one year as President of Kenya +++ Opposition parliamentarians in Berlin criticize level of German development aid +++ Malawi increase efforts to complete a new voters' list ahead of elections
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