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African press review 24 November 2015

President Uhuru Kenyatta's big bang against runaway corruption in Kenya; and in Nigeria, a warning from the press about the dangers of diabolising the secessionist agitations of ethnic Igbo groups ...

African press review 23 November 2015

African press predicts 30-year struggle to overcome trrorism and jihad in the Middle East; Is NATO's regime change policies fuelling Jihad in the Middle East?; And Jihadists square off in twitter ...

African press review 21 November 2015

The Mali hotel attack is on many African front pages . . . with various versions of the story depending on when the web sites were updated.


African press review 20 November 2015

Tanzania gets a former schoolteacher as its new prime minister. Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta urges Burundian leader Pierre Nkurunziza to revive peace talks and prevent civil war.

African press review 19 November 2015

Kenya continues to arm-wrestle with the International Criminal Court; the authorities in Egypt accept that a bomb caused last month's Sinai plane crash; an American politician advises Ugandans to ...

African press review 18 November 2015

The authorities in Egypt refuse to accept Russian suggestions that last month's Sinai plane crash was caused by a bomb.

African press review 17 November 2015

Will Paris terror attacks prop up the ranks of Europe's Islamophobes?; "Goat eats where it's tied" so goes a famous adage being proven in South Africa, where a principal creates company to ...

African press review 16 November 2015

Chronies of ex-Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan accused of diverting 725 million euros from crude oil sales to Zambia; And Cyril Ramaphosa's bid for the ANC's top job faces a setback as cronies ...

African press review 14 November 2015

African press recounts night of horror in France as terrorists kill more than 120 people in a series of suicide attacks across Paris.


African press review 13 November 2015

Nigeria counts its losses as cyberattacks claim a heavy toll on online transactions. Nigerian shippers say key ports face shutdown over spiralling tarrifs on imported cars.