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Saturday, June 22, 2024

Why a 12-year-old took action against period poverty

A German girl organises a big contribution to a South African charity tackling period-poverty issues.

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Niger confirms anti-junta rebels behind oil attack

It is the latest setback to hit the newly opened pipeline as Niger starts to export crude oil.

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Elephant kills American tourist in Zambia

This marks the second fatal elephant attack on a US tourist in the southern African country this year

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Friday, June 21, 2024

Niger pulls French firm's permit for big uranium mine

The move comes amid strained relations between France and Niger's military government.

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Gay sex ban in Namibia ruled unconstitutional

In a landmark ruling, laws banning same-sex acts between men are ruled unconstitutional.

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Anger after man shot dead in Kenyan anti-tax protests

The 29-year-old is the first person to die in the youth-led protests against tax-hikes.

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Thursday, June 20, 2024

Egyptian pilgrims 'totally abandoned' in Hajj heat

With hundreds thought dead, one victim's family say unregistered pilgrims have been failed by travel agents.

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Zambia kills stray lions that prompted move to close schools

The two lions are said to have killed 16 cows in a span of two weeks.

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South Africa MP suspended for racist language

A video of the DA MP resurfaced on social media after he was seen using racial slurs.

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Fatalities after fire engulfs large ammunition dump in Chad

People have been killed and injured after an enormous series of explosions destroyed the main military ammunition depot in the country's capital.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Thirteen banned as Uganda breaks football fixing ring

Uganda's football federation bans 13 people, including 10 referees, after uncovering a match-fixing syndicate with the help of Fifa.

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South Africa's Breetzke targets first T20 Blast hundred

South Africa's Matthew Breetzke wants to mark his time with Northants Steelbacks by scoring a maiden T20 century.

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South Africa's Ramaphosa to be sworn in for second term

Cyril Ramaphosa has been forced to share power after failing to secure a majority in last month's election.

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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Deadly blaze breaks out at ammunition depot in Chad

The president says people have been killed and wounded in the blast in the capital, N'Djamena.

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Kenya scraps bread tax as protesters tear-gassed

Proposed levies on cooking oil, motor vehicles and financial services are also axed.

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Jabeur & Sabalenka miss Olympics to prioritise health

Ons Jabeur and Aryna Sabalenka say they will not compete at this summer's Olympic Games in Paris in order to prioritise their health.

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