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The Africa Report

13 July 2020 8:17 AM

Sudden death of Ivory Coast leader throws the Presidential vote into turmoil.

Sudan scraps public flogging and alcohol ban for non-Muslims


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The Africa Report

11 August 2020 8:25 AM

Some African countries are facing environmental disasters – Kenya is fighting a fire in Tsavo Park, while Mauritius is battling to control an oil spill.

In Rwanda, people caught breaking Covid-19 restrictions are being sent to late night lectures.

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The Africa Report

10 August 2020 8:21 AM

Mauritius oil spill: Locals scramble to contain environmental catastroph.

Kenyan Treasury rejects a 1000 US Dollar pension for ex-Members of Parliament

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The Africa Report

6 August 2020 8:12 AM

As Cabo Delgado insurgency attacks continue, pressure grows for South Africa’s military to intervene.

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The Africa Report

5 August 2020 8:13 AM

Influential African writers call for the suspension of Zimbabwe from the AU and SADC, as President Emmerson Mnangangwa addresses the nation.

There is a major internet boost for Africa as a major broadband company doubles its capacity on the continent.

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The Africa Report

4 August 2020 8:13 AM

Africa’s biggest retailer, Shoprite, exits Nigeria after 15 years.

Rwanda and Kenya reopen their skies in time for the peak tourism season. But Tanzania bans Kenya’s airline.

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The Africa Report

3 August 2020 8:06 AM

Rwanda and Kenya reopen their skies in time for the peak tourism season. But Tanzania bans Kenya’s airline.  

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The Africa Report

31 July 2020 8:13 AM

Activists and opposition parties in Zimbabwe vow to defy police and continue with their protest action.

The killer of Rafiki, Uganda’s famous silver back mountain gorilla, has been sentenced to 11 years imprisonment.

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The Africa Report

30 July 2020 8:04 AM

Freed ex-president Laurent Gbagbo wants a passport to return to the Ivory Coast.

Ethiopia reads mischief in Egypt plan for a Somaliland military base..

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The Africa Report

29 July 2020 8:05 AM

Zimbabwe's governing party threatens to expel the United States Ambassador, calling him a “thug” ahead of a march by the Opposition.

The month-long internet shutdown cost Ethiopia over $100m says internet body

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