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27/08/2015

African press review 27 August 2015

The Kenyan media has once again extensively covered the achievements of its athletes at the World Athletics Championship in Beijing.
26/08/2015

African press review 26 August 2015

The Kenyan press is dominated by the glittering achievements of the country’s athletes at the world athletics championship in Beijing.
25/08/2015

African press review 25 August 2015

Nigeria's new leader says judicial bottlenecks are obstructing the fight against corruption; opposition senators are against a graft probe of previous government officials; and a Nigerian judge faces ...
24/08/2015

African press review 24 August 2015

The Nigerian press is gloomy about the devastating effects of falling oil prices; Zimbabwe opens up a dialogue to tackle problems of bogus teachers and tycoons feeding fat on schools; and a Ugandan ...
22/08/2015

African press review 22 August 2015

Banking in Nigeria takes a hit from endemic insecurity.
18/08/2015

African press review 18 August 2015

Modern-day Moses figures in Uganda and high priests in Kenya, biblical references dominate the African press.
17/08/2015

African press review 17 August 2015

The watchword dominating the African press today is "dirty." From dirty money in Uganda's presidential election campaign to "dirty" South African officials, accused of involvement ...
15/08/2015

African press review 15 August 2015

A football game turns tragic as lightening strikes children sheltering under a tree. A "dead man" causes commotion in a Nigerian court where he appeared as witness.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari
14/08/2015 - Nigeria

US exporting arms to Nigeria despite 'ban'

Despite a much touted “ban” allegedly preventing the United States from exporting arms to the Nigerian forces, Pentagon records show the US Army is sending military equipment, including ...
14/08/2015

African press review 14 August 2015

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari sets a three-month dealine for the country's new army chiefs to wipe out the Boko Haram insurgency, and African markets are in for hard times as China devalues ...
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