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Angola holds off on chasing dos Santos’ assets abroad: prosecution

Angolan courts have refrained from action to seize billionaire ex-first daughter Isabel Dos Santos’ assets abroad but will not hesitate to do so if...

Zimbabwe public workers reject govt offer to double pay

Zimbabwe’s public sector workers on Friday rejected a government offer to nearly double salaries for the lowest paid employees because it was not enough...

Libyan forces loyal to Haftar announce ceasefire, GNA agrees to truce

Libyan eastern forces loyal to commander Khalifa Haftar announced on Saturday a ceasefire in the western region, which includes the capital Tripoli, starting 00:01...

Niger sets new offensive against militants after 25 soldiers killed

Niger will launch a new military offensive against Islamist terrorista after their latest attack on an army base killed at least 25 soldiers, the...

Russia’s VTB sues Mozambique firm at centre of $2 bln scandal

Russian state lender VTB has filed a lawsuit in Britain’s High Court against a Mozambican government company it lent hefty sums to as part...

South Africa lose Du Plessis in fight for survival at Newlands

Spinner Dom Bess picked up the key wicket of South Africa captain Faf du Plessis before lunch to strike a heavy blow to South...

Uganda police detain Bobi Wine, foil meeting with supporters

 Ugandan police on Monday detained the singer and political activist known as Bobi Wine, who was prevented from holding his first public meeting with...

Kenya police: 3 arrested trying to enter British Army camp

Kenyan police say they arrested three “terrorist suspects” who tried to force their way into a British Army training camp on the same day al-Shabab...

Ailing Eskom’s new CEO takes helm with power shake-up on agenda

Eskom’s new chief executive took charge of the struggling state-owned utility on Monday, embarking on the mammoth task of fixing South Africa’s power deficit...

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