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2015/05/25 13:29
2015/05/25 13:29
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The Kenyan press celebrates a beatification event in the central highlands, while the South African media says Johannesburg is illegally cutting off residents' water supply. Kenya's Standard leads...
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2015/05/25 10:30
2015/05/25 10:30
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Two Arusha-based journalists from Mwananchi Communications Limited (MCL) were among winners of the East African Community (EAC) Media Awards for 2014/2015 announced in Dar es Salaam last week. The...
2015/05/25 10:29
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Hakainde Hichilema's officials on the Copperbelt have taken to harassing journalists with a DAILY NATION reporter Rogers Kalero becoming the latest victim. Opposition UPND Kitwe District...
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2015/05/24 11:10
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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) - Archbishop Oscar Romero was beatified by Roman Catholic officials Saturday in an emotional ceremony elevating the once-controversial cleric to the ranks of the blessed...
2015/05/23 18:48
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KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Tens of thousands of people gathered in a central Kenyan town Saturday to attend the beatification ceremony of an Italian nun who worked for many years in this East African...
2015/05/22 13:29
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The row over high heels at the Cannes Film Festival features in the African papers. More constraints on NGOs operating in Kenya; a call for Burundi's president to postpone planned elections; and...
2015/05/21 10:30
2015/05/21 10:30
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A taxi war is looming in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, where startups are hoping to outdo Uber, the global transportation network. They believe their smartphone apps are more in line with the taxi culture...
2015/05/18 17:14
2015/05/18 17:14
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U.S. President Barack Obama waves as he walks on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, upon his return after a one-day trip to Florida, April 22, 2015. President Barack Obama has been...
2015/05/18 13:29
2015/05/18 13:29
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The South African police start rounding up the usual suspects in the wake of recent violence against foreigners. There's trouble in South Sudan as Dinka and Nuer people fight for control of the oil...
2015/05/18 08:35
2015/05/18 08:35
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Two journalists with The New Times were yesterday recognised for playing a major role in promoting public awareness about the East African Community (EAC) integration process. News Reporter James...
2015/05/18 01:20
2015/05/18 01:20
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WHEN schoolboy Rhys Morgan was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the digestive tract, he turned to the one place he knew for help. The 15-year-old...
2015/05/16 09:29
2015/05/16 09:29
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Are tourists being scared away from South Africa by the visa regulations? What can sub-Saharan Africa do to improve the way countries use human resources? And what's really going on in Burundi? The...
2015/05/15 08:34
2015/05/15 08:34
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Nairobi - Kenya has approved the sale of the government's stakes in five sugar companies and expects to sell 75-percent stakes in transactions that will be completed in the next nine to 12 months, the...
2015/05/11 11:29
2015/05/11 11:29
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South Africa's national electricity company is fighting on two fronts. There's another suicide attack at a third-level college in Nigeria's north-east. Kenya's Catholic bishops say the recent violence...
2015/05/10 07:29
2015/05/10 07:29
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Police in Kenya's Marsabit County have arrested 16 Muslim preachers which they suspected of recruiting for the Somali armed group al Shabaab. According to Kenya's DAILY NATION newspaper, the arrests...
2015/05/08 13:29
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Burundi continues to dominate continental front pages, with the African Union warning that current conditions are not conducive to the holding of the elections scheduled to take place later this...
2015/05/07 13:29
2015/05/07 13:29
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Trouble in Cape Town as striking municipal workers clash with police. An exiled Burundian writer says his country's current difficulties are as much social as political. Nigeria is feeling the pinch...
2015/05/06 13:29
2015/05/06 13:29
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THE Patriotic Front (PF) and President Edgar Lungu must be careful with divisive groups that have been sowing seeds of dessent and discord in the ruling party but are now begging for reconciliation...
2015/05/05 13:39
2015/05/05 13:39
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... killed in Kenyan tribal clashes At least 60 people were killed in attacks launched by members of the Turkana tribe against other tribes in Kenya's arid north, in disputes over cattle and pastures,...
2015/05/05 13:29
2015/05/05 13:29
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Villagers in Nigeria killed by herdsmen over the theft of cattle, while an attack in Kenya overshadows US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to Nairobi, and the Israeli prime minister vows to...
2015/05/25 13:29
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