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The Nile, Forever New and Old - Cruising From Aswan to Luxor

16-18 October 2015. In the thick darkness the water slips by on each side of us like long black velvet ribbons. In front of us the river is a broad expanse of inky blackness, reflecting the occasional lights that flow by on the banks far off on either side. 1,651 more words


Northern Frontier Voice: Oromos face chilling oppression in Ethiopia as AU & UN watches

Oromos face chilling oppression in Ethiopia as AU & UN watches

It is happening again, sadly. The government in Ethiopia is back to its signature of killing, maiming and jailing its own people because they are exercising their chance of rejecting state excesses using the only means available: taking to the streets to protest. 1,420 more words


Protesters Set Parliament On Fire In Gabon

Protesters in Gabon have clashed with police, and set the parliamentary building on fire, during┬ádemonstrations against the result of the country’s presidential election. 106 more words


Pretoria Girls High racism protest backed by SA minister

  • 29 August 2016

  • From the sectionAfrica


Image captionProtesters of all ages have been gathering outside the school gates this morning in solidarity

A South African minister has thrown his support behind protesting female students, who accuse their high school of operating a racist hair policy. 389 more words

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Oil Producer Looks to Demonstrate New Business Model in Africa

Ambit Energy Corporation is currently working to expand oil operations throughout West Africa, using the oil fields of Nigeria as a foundation for its own unique business model. 133 more words

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Bloomberg: Mozambique names IMF Rogerio Zandamela as Central Bank Governor

Mozambique appointed Rogerio Zandamela, a senior International Monetary Fund official, as governor of the central bank, the presidency said in an e-mailed statement.

He will replace Ernesto Gove, whose term ended last month after 10 years at the helm of the bank, according to an e-mailed statement from the office of President Filipe Nyusi in the capital, Maputo, on Wednesday. 107 more words