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17/10/2014

African press review 17 October 2014

The Ebola epidemic running out of control in west Africa continues to dominate the African press. 

16/10/2014

African press review 16 October 2014

Lesotho's army won't let go of its hold on the country's politics. African bonds slide. SA goes in search of offshore oil and gas. An Egyptian court sentences seven to death.
15/10/2014

African press review 15 October 2014

Madagascar would like to know where Marc Ravalomanana is. Winnie Mandela claims she was never properly divorced. The number of millionaires soars in "high-inequality" South Africa.
13/10/2014

African press review 13 October 2014

An African crisis fund, a Kenyan clean sweep in Chicago, the death of Ali Mazrui, and the fate of Julius Malema's party are some of this morning's main stories . . .

10/10/2014

African press review 10 October 2014

Kenya's president gets a hero's welcome on his return from the ICC. Kind donors offer to pay for Zuma's home improvements.
09/10/2014

African press review 09 October 2014

Kenyatta returns home after ICC trip, Nigeria accuses South Africa of blocking a legal arms purchase and uncertainty over South Africa's mining laws dominate the front page stories of African ...
08/10/2014

African press review 08 October 2014

Uhuru Kenyatta has a crucial encounter at the ICC. Kenyan police claims to have foiled a plan to attack a Nairobi shopping centre.
07/10/2014

African press review 07 October 2014

South Africa's new Reserve Bank governor, Kenya's president and the International Criminal Tribunal and sharing Nile water - all in today's African papers ...

 

Life in Lamu in Kenya after terrorist attacks
07/10/2014 - International report

Life in Lamu in Kenya after terrorist attacks

Earlier this year, Lamu County in Kenya suffered several attacks from suspected Al-Shebab militants.
02/10/2014

African press review 02 October 2014

Nobel Peace Prize-winners won't be travelling to SA. France's budget comes under scrutiny. Kenya and the EU fail to reach a trade deal. Uhuru's aides change their line on him going to The Hague.
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