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Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
26/01/2015 - Report: African Union Summit

African Union's Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma slams human trafficking

As the 24th African Union Summit kicks off in the Ethiopian capital later this week on the 30th, today marked the first day of the 26th session of the Executive Council.

An Air Afrique Airbus
22/01/2015 - Report: South Africa

Transport ministers debate opening Africa’s skies

Transport ministers from a dozen African countries gathered outside Pretoria, South Africa, on Wednesday to discuss opening the continent's skies.
Lieutenant-Colonel Isaac Zida in Ouagadougou on 14 November
19/11/2014 - Burkina Faso

Army holds on to Burkina power with Zida named prime minister

Lieutenant-Colonel Isaac Zida has been named Burkina Faso’s prime minister.
12/11/2014

African press review 12 November 2014

Lawyers fight for the victims of the Marikana massacre. SA receives fewer asylum seekers. More money may be spent on Zuma's home. Nigeria's Jonathan opens his bid for reelection.
10/09/2014

African press review 10 September 2014

Nigerian police are missing after a Boko Haram attack. SA police deny political pressure ahead of the Marikana massacre. A witness at the ICC Kenya trial recants.
09/09/2014

African press review 9 September 2014

The investment bank Morgan Stanley has cut South Africa's gross domestic production forecast for this year by half a percent.

An Al-Shebab fighter
03/06/2014 - Report: Somalia

At least 74 dead in Somali/Ethiopian clash with Al-Shebab

At least 74 people were killed in fighting near Somalia's border with Ethiopia on Sunday, according to officials and witnesses.
02/04/2014

African press review 2 April 2014

Riots hit Mombasa after Islamist's killing. Mozambique fails to rid itself of civil-war landmines. The AU abstains from raising cash from tourists.
South Sudan's former vice-president Riek Machar in Jonglei state last month
19/02/2014 - Report: Uganda

Uganda plans to pull troops out of South Sudan

Uganda says it will withdraw troops from South Sudan as soon as an African emergency force is ready to take over.

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