Africa

Man wants an iPhone 5 in exchange for his goat

A teenage Ghanaian in dire need of an iPhone has gone to extraordinary lengths. He offered a goat in exchange…

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Over 6,000 murders and 9,000 rapes in 3 months in South Africa

As many as 6,100 murders were recorded in South Africa during the months of July, August, and September. That is…

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After Israel, Turkey, United States, and France arms Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco has received a batch of military vehicles from the French manufacturer Arquus, completing the order for…

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United Nations: ‘Violence by Sudanese troops is shameful’

The violence by the Sudanese security forces against unarmed protesters “is utterly shameful”. So said Michelle Bachelet

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What is a Dashiki dress?

Dashiki - An African long-sleeved tunic with vibrant colors. It features a V-shaped neckline and is worn over the head.

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Armed soldiers invade players’ hotel because they think he has covid-19

The Madagascar military came to the rescue. According to them, three players of Tanzania tested positive for covid-19. Among them…

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From Grand P to Grand S! Is Eudoxie Yao in circle of short men?

Is it possible that Eudoxie Yao has a weakness towards short men? Following the kicking of “Grand P,” as she…

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South Africa and Hugo Broos want to replay match against Ghana after non-existent penalty

The South African Football Association has formally protested to FIFA after Hugo Broos’ team suffered a decisive 1-0 defeat in…

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These geographic mistakes most people make about Africa

It’s okay to make mistakes, but some are embarrassing for an adult to make. Here are a few geographic mistakes…

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Son of former dictator Gaddafi candidate for president in Libya

Saif al-Islam, the second eldest son of Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi, has officially announced his candidacy for the country’s presidency…

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African wars history: The deadliest wars in Africa

Some African wars have become part of history, with scores of films and novels dedicated to them. Some conflicts, at…

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Sudan coup protesters defy tear gas, death toll rises to five

Sudanese security forces used tear gas to disperse hundreds of demonstrators in the capital Khartoum and its outskirts on Saturday.

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