PDA

View Full Version : Afrikan News RSS Feed



Pages : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 [187] 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207

  1. Zimbabwe: Whizz-Kid (15) Scores Distinctions At UZ
  2. From Civil Rights to Global Anti-Imperial Struggle – Debbie Louis and Kali Akuno Disc
  3. Western Sahara: A Violence That Goes Unnamed
  4. Morocco: Bias in Penal Code Puts Women and Girls in Danger
  5. Morocco: The EU-Morocco Fisheries Agreement
  6. Egypt: Government Invites IMF to Visit Egypt in March - Minister
  7. Egypt: Protesters Demand Armed Forces Intervention in Cairo
  8. Africa: What It Takes for a Successful Democracy - Mogae
  9. Nigeria: Court Clears President Jonathan for 2015 Election
  10. Liberia: President Discusses Mayor Broh Saga With Church Leaders
  11. Nigeria: Convicted Bomber Okah Gets New Legal Team
  12. Mali: Dozens of Islamists Rounded Up
  13. Somalia: Blasts Kill Two At Mogadishu Beach
  14. Ethiopia: Orthodox Church Elects New Patriarch
  15. South Sudan: Aid Groups Rush Food Relief to Jonglei State
  16. Kenya: How Voting Will Be Done
  17. Kenya: Cord Coalition, Jubilee Alliance Trade Accusations
  18. Mozambique: Water - a Blessing and a Curse
  19. Malawi: Maize Smuggling Creates Hunger in Malawi
  20. South Africa: Police Accused of Brutality Suspended
  21. South Africa: Outrage After Video of Man Tied to Van, Allegedly by Police
  22. Zimbabwe: Onslaught On Ownership of Radios Shows Zanu-PF Is Afraid
  23. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Holds 600,000-Dollar Birthday Bash
  24. Egypt: Govt Denies Intention to Rent, Sell Monuments
  25. Tunisia: Extremists Behind Belaid Slaying, New Premier Says
  26. Tunisia: Tunis 'Harlem Shake' Dancers Fend Off Extremists
  27. Tunisia: Le Kef - Large-Scale Combing Campaign in Search of Alleged Killer of Chokri
  28. Morocco: Energy Club of Mohammadia School of Engineers Unveils Solar Vehicle Project
  29. Nigeria: Britain Warns Against Travel to North
  30. Liberia: Press Union Wants Sirleaf Take to Charge
  31. Africa: Breastfeeding Prevents Child's Death
  32. Liberia: Mayor Faces Trial Next Month
  33. Liberia: U.S. Gov't Speaks On Broh, Kpaan Saga
  34. Kenya: Women-Led Farm Initiative Aims For Peace, Prosperity
  35. Kenya: The Possibility of Peaceful and Free Elections
  36. Sudan: Global Call to 'Stop the Horror'
  37. Africa: Ushahidi Wins Prestigious Award
  38. Sudan: Outrage After Man's Hand and Foot Amputated
  39. Zimbabwe: Disputed Polls Loom
  40. Africa: New Development Bank to Be Key Brics Building Block
  41. Zambia: Civil Society Groups Request Review of Human Rights
  42. Kenya: Former Zambian President to Lead Kenya Election Observer Team
  43. Zambia: Maureen Lashes Out At Sata's Intolerance
  44. Zambia: Hichilema Appearing in Livingstone Court
  45. South Africa: CWUSA Is Extremely Disappointed By SABC Board
  46. South Africa: Denosa Applauds Minister's Affirmation of Health Infrastructure As Prio
  47. Not Yet Unchained: Django and Lincoln’s (Ab)Use of History as False Transcendence
  48. Egypt: Opposition Group Denounces U.S. Intervention in Egypt Affairs
  49. Tunisia: 'To Finish Off Constitution Drafting By End of April Is Real Challenge'
  50. Egypt: Govt Backs Elections Committee Amid Attacks
  51. Egypt: ElBaradei Says Will Not Join 'Sham Democracy'
  52. Egypt: Christians Ask Govt to Reconsider Election Date
  53. South Africa: Govt to Introduce Carbon Tax
  54. Mali: Several Killed in Checkpoint Car Bomb Attack
  55. Nigeria: Court Refuses to Quash Subsidy Fraud Charge Against Oil Marketers
  56. Nigeria: Ruling Party Advises Agencies to Fully Implement 2013 Budget
  57. Liberia: Mayor Escapes Angry Mob
  58. Liberia: Weah Practices Nepotism?
  59. Kenya: Kibera Residents Fear Repetition of Election Violence
  60. Tanzania: Brazil Tips Dar es Salaam on Gas Economy
  61. Somalia: Somali Government to Relocate IDPs, Welcome Returning Refugees
  62. Kenya: Electoral Body Opposes Suit Against Presidential Candidates
  63. Kenya: Kenyan Asians Shut Up Shop During Election Period
  64. Zimbabwe: Vice-President Insists No Western Poll Monitors Allowed
  65. Zambia: Opposition Warns President on Arresting its Leader
  66. Zimbabwe: Referendum Challenge Ruling Deferred, Again
  67. Mozambique: Police Disperse Demonstration by Demobilised Troops
  68. South Africa: Whose Moral Regeneration Are We Calling For?
  69. Malawi: Lake Malawi Dispute Instils Fear in Fisherfolk
  70. Zimbabwe: 12 Year-Old Died of 'Carbon Monoxide Poisoning'
  71. Mozambique: Govt to Send Troops to DRC
  72. Zimbabwe: Let's Adopt Zero Tolerance On Political Violence
  73. Egypt: Hot Air Balloon Explosion Kills Tourists
  74. Tunisia: Controversial Minister to Form New Govt
  75. Egypt: Opposition Boycotts Parliament Election
  76. Tunisia: Suspect for Killing of Opposition Leader Chokri Belaïd Arrested
  77. North Africa: More Than 400 Runners Participating in Sahara Marathon 2013
  78. Cameroon: France Rules Out Talks With Kidnappers of Family
  79. Cameroon: Youtube Video Shows 'Family Kidnapped in Cameroon'
  80. Liberia: Extradition Denied for Eight Ivorians
  81. Liberia: Nato Wants Ukraine Increase Troops Presence
  82. Nigeria: Nigeria Loses U.S.$2.7 Billion to Oil Production Decline
  83. Kenya: HIV Programmes Steel Themselves for Elections
  84. Kenya: Kenya Airways Suspends All Flights to Malawi
  85. Somalia: Amisom Captures Two More Towns
  86. Kenya: Biogas Push Asks Women to Get Their Hands Dirty
  87. Kenya: Land and Corruption Heats Up Final Presidential Debate
  88. Malawi: Paying the Price of Devaluation
  89. Zimbabwe: When a Farmer Gets Shot in the Face
  90. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Police Ban Radios, Crack Down On NGOs
  91. Southern Africa: SADC Electoral Council's Support to Govts Needs to Be Improved
  92. South Africa: Tourism Lies at the Heart of the Brics
  93. Africa: First Nations Give Land Claims Consultation Thumbs Down
  94. Zimbabwe: Christpowers Maisiri to Be Laid to Rest On Thursday
  95. Sudan: Ethnic Clashes Over Gold Mines Kill Scores
  96. Senegal: Senegal Growing Up Over Marriage
  97. Mali: Al Qaeda Leader Condemns Destruction of Mausoleums
  98. Guinea: Opposition Withdraws From Electoral Process
  99. Nigeria: 700 Policemen Sacked Over Recruitment Scandal
  100. Liberia: Mayor Goes into Hiding Amid Threat of Imprisonment
  101. Kenya: Power Sharing a 'Dangerous Concept' for Kenya's Democracy
  102. Madagascar: Tropical Cyclone Haruna Hits Southwestern Madagascar
  103. Kenya: Nation Transfixed By Its Illiberal and Rightwing Gang of Eight
  104. Somalia: Media Discover the Limits of Freedom in Somalia
  105. Kenya: Nubians in Kenya - a People Denied
  106. South Africa: South African Documentary Wins Academy Award
  107. Angola: Is this the Country Agostinho Neto Dreamt of?
  108. Zambia: Auditor General Grills Transportation PS Over Kasaba Bay Airport
  109. Zimbabwe: Armed Robbers Terrorise City Over Weekend
  110. Swaziland: Police No Right to Disrupt Prayers
  111. Swaziland: Top Brass Get Bullet-Proof Cars
  112. South Africa: Sugar Man Wins Best Documentary Oscar
  113. South Africa: NPA Welcomes SAPS Decision to Reconstitute Investigating Team On the Os
  114. Nigeria: Ending Crude Oil Theft
  115. Egypt: Al-Ahly Claim 5th African Super Cup
  116. Egypt: PM - Awaiting Probe Results to Reveal Those Involved in Port Said Incidents
  117. Tunisia: Ennahda Names New Tunisia Pm
  118. Tunisia: Jihad Mafia Kills Tunisian Youths
  119. Egypt: Two Years Since the Begin of the Communication Cut Case, Two Years of Conceali
  120. Nigeria: Religious Clash Kills Five, Injures Hundreds
  121. Benin: Country Angry at French Travel Warning
  122. Sierra Leone: President Earnest Bai Koroma's inaugural Address
  123. Sudan: Leader of Al-Qaeda in Sudan Killed in Mali - Reports
  124. Nigeria: Bill to Safeguard Personal Information Underway
  125. Uganda: Opposition Pushes for Reforms Before 2016 Polls
  126. Sudan: 60 People Killed in Renewed Tribal Clashes in North Darfur
  127. Kenya: Leaders Commit to Peaceful Elections
  128. Rwanda: Government Should Address the Private Candidates Dilemma
  129. Sudan: Militants Set Fire to Farmlands in Sirba, West Darfur
  130. Zimbabwe: In Zimbabwe, Learning Chinese Is a Lucrative Investment
  131. Zimbabwe: Mugabe or Tsvangirai Win Won't Change Much - Analysts
  132. Mozambique: 17 People Arrested for Cholera Riots in Nampula
  133. Zimbabwe: Churches Vow to Vote for Mugabe
  134. Zimbabwe: Ban On Radio Receivers Sparks Outcry
  135. Zimbabwe: Police Undermine Voter-Education
  136. Mozambique: Rainy Season Death Toll Reaches 113
  137. Namibia: 'Struggle Kids' Not Special - Mbumba
  138. Kenya: Rawal Poised to Be Next Deputy Chief Justice
  139. Morocco: Spanish Delegation Expelled From Airport of Occupied El Aaiun
  140. Egypt: Minister Underlines Importance of Modernizing Agreements With NB States to Inc
  141. Egypt: Morsi Says Considering Election Date Change
  142. Egypt: Minister of Interiror - No Brotherhoodization of Police
  143. Egypt: Civil Disobedience in Port Said Enters Seventh Day
  144. Mali: Malian Refugees Wanting to Return Home Face Difficult Choices
  145. Nigeria: Jonathan Hosts Brazilian President Rousseff
  146. Nigeria: Big Brother Winners - Life After Big Brother House
  147. Guinea Bissau: Security Council Extends Peacebuilding Office for Three Months
  148. Liberia: Konneh's Double Ministerial Posts Illegal
  149. Kenya: 580,000 Circumcize to Curb HIV
  150. Kenya: Kengen in Sh30 Billion Bond Plan
  151. Kenya: Moi Gets Reprieve On Kabarak Land Dispute
  152. Kenya: Security Team Ready for Polls in North Rift
  153. Zambia: Continue Graft Fight, President Sata Urges Ruling Party
  154. South Africa: How to Create a South African Society That Rewards Hard Work
  155. Zambia: Sata Drops Lubinda From Cabinet
  156. South Africa: Safa to Set Up Independent Commission of Enquiry
  157. Zimbabwe: Govt Fails to Secure External Funding for Referendum
  158. Southern Africa: Madagascar's Political Crisis - How SADC Saved the Day?
  159. Southern Africa: IFRC President Calls On Southern African Governments to Further Inve
  160. Zambia: RB Immunity - Motion to Be Taken to Parley
  161. Kenya: The Elections- Rebuilding Reputation
  162. Nigeria: Truce Remains Elusive in Violence-Torn Nigeria
  163. Nigeria: Timeline of Boko Haram and Related Violence
  164. Mali: Crisis Disrupting Schooling of 700,000 Children - Unicef
  165. Mali: Tuaregs and Arabs Not Ready to Return to Mali
  166. Cameroon: Trading Some of the Largest Insects on Earth
  167. Djibouti: Country Heads to the Polls - the Troubling Illusion
  168. East Africa: Easy Money? East Africa's Eurobond Dream
  169. Kenya: Poll Puts Uhuru as the Front-Runner
  170. Rwanda: Genocide Suspect Found Guilty, Stripped of U.S. Citizenship
  171. Uganda: DR Congo Peace Agreement to be Signed
  172. South Africa: Blade Runner Granted Bail
  173. Zimbabwe: Suffering Amid Zimbabwe's Diamond Fields of Plenty
  174. Mozambique: Mozambican Farmers Fear Foreign Land Grabs
  175. South Africa: Pistorius Gets Bail Amid Questions
  176. South Africa: Nair Sets Bail for Pistorius
  177. South Africa: Pistorius Case Will Put Spotlight On SA Judiciary
  178. Swaziland: Swazi King's Paper Suspends MD
  179. Swaziland: Bloated Elite Ignores Swazi Youth
  180. Dhoruba bin-Wahad, Cynthia McKinney, Correcting Manning Marable and More Radical Audi
  181. Africa: Closing the Gap - Meet Aims to End Extreme Poverty
  182. Cameroon: France Denies Cameroon Hostages Are Free
  183. Mali: Fighting in Gao, Car Bomb in Kidal
  184. Liberia: Petroleum Company Reports New Oil Find
  185. Nigeria: Senate Okays Death Penalty for Terrorists
  186. Kenya: Post-Election Rape Survivors Sue Govt
  187. Kenya: Gunmen Kill Seven At Mosque in Border Town
  188. Sudan: Egypt Will Join ICC but Ensure That Sudan's Bashir Is Safe From Arrest - Offic
  189. South Sudan: Jonglei Rebel Leader Demands UN Mediation in Peace Talks
  190. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Bans More NGOs Over 'Illegal Acts'
  191. South Africa: Police Investigator Pulled Off Blade-Runner Case
  192. South Africa: 'Rape Not Treated Seriously'
  193. South Africa: Do Police Arrests Reduce Crime?
  194. South Africa: Pistorius's Bail Application Continues
  195. Swaziland: IMF Confirms Economy in Trouble
  196. South Africa: Congressional Delegation Applauds Launch of US-South Africa Business Co
  197. Zambia: LAZ Oppose Premature Calls On Rupiah's Immunity
  198. Zimbabwe: Police Ban 'Radios' in Zimbabwe
  199. Egypt: Civil Disobedience in Port Said Enters Fourth Day
  200. Egypt: ElBaradei Says Egypt 'Back to Dark Ages of Brutality'
  201. Egypt: Court Allows Bearded Policemen to Return to Work
  202. Tunisia: Prime Minister Jebali Resigns
  203. Tunisia: PM Announces Resignation
  204. Cote d'Ivoire: Gbagbo Appears Before the ICC
  205. West Africa: Why Sahel Needs U.S. $1.6bn Again This Year
  206. Nigeria: 15 Russians Remanded in Prison Over Arms Importation
  207. Liberia: Govt Launches Appeal for U.S.$37 Million Humanitarian Aid
  208. Mali: U.S.$7.5m Plan to Save Cultural Treasures
  209. Africa: Chad Hosts Al-Bashir as Côte d'Ivoire Joins ICC
  210. Somalia: Somalis Enjoy First Major Music Concert in Two Decades
  211. Kenya: Kenyatta Campaigners Slam Focus on Hague Court Case
  212. Kenya: Somalis Face Urban Ejection
  213. Uganda: Missed Opportunity in the Oil Debates
  214. Zimbabwe: Ethnic Politics on the Campaign Trail
  215. Malawi: Striking Workers Threaten to Close Airport - Report
  216. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Birthday Bash - Time to Party or Retire?
  217. South Africa: 'Justice Is Blind - but Not in the Case of Gender Violence'
  218. South Africa: Screams During Pistorius Shooting - Witness
  219. Angola: In Angola, the Generals Will Be Just Fine
  220. Zimbabwe: New Elections Boss Appointed
  221. Zambia: Hichilema Resolved to Fight Human Rights Abuses
  222. Nigeria: Lent - Hope in Times of Suffering
  223. Nigeria: Legendary Actor Justus Esiri Passes On
  224. South Africa: Bling, Bling You're Dead
  225. Egypt: UN Concerned Over Egypt's Draft Demonstrations Law
  226. Egypt: President Restores Free Zone to Port Said
  227. Egypt: Agricultural Minister - Lands Not for Sale to Foreigners
  228. South Africa: Business People Urged to Explore Opportunities in South Africa and Egyp
  229. Egypt: SCC Refuses Elections Law
  230. Nigeria: Cellphone Connects Farmer and Fish Eagle
  231. Cote d'Ivoire: Confirmation of Charges Hearing in the Case of Laurent Gbagbo Before t
  232. Nigeria: Jonathan Personally Promised Not to Run in 2015, a Denial Today Is Barefaced
  233. Nigeria: UK Court Rejects Akingbola's Appeal Bid
  234. Nigeria: Nigerian Fraudster Jailed Two Years for Involvement in Lotto Scam
  235. Uganda: The Power of Prevention During Epidemic Outbreaks
  236. Kenya: Media Magnifies Hate Speech - Again
  237. Kenya: Hundreds Displaced by Violent Cattle Raids
  238. Africa: Polling Time in Kenya and Zimbabwe
  239. Kenya: New U.S. Ambassador to Kenya
  240. Zimbabwe: Group Files Application to Stop Referendum
  241. South Africa: Paralympian Pistorius Charged With Premeditated Murder
  242. Swaziland: Swazi Police Break Up Prayer Meeting
  243. Swaziland: The King's Ransom - The Nation's Suffering Economy
  244. Zimbabwe: Govt Chooses New Human Rights Chief
  245. Malawi: IMF Reaches Agreement With Malawi on Extended Credit Facility Second Review
  246. Uganda: Unleashing Country's Regional Trade Potential
  247. Zimbabwe: EU Criticised After Lifting Zim Targeted 'Sanctions' Against 21
  248. Nigeria: Opposition Parties Slam Presidency Over Patience Jonathan Saga
  249. Nigeria: Explosion Rocks Lagos
  250. Mali: The Regional Threat Posed By Mali's Militants