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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Southern Africa

Zimbabwe opposition parties want U.N. to oversee Presidential Poll

Zimbabwean opposition parties are not impressed by what they call the country's electoral body's conduct of past elections. The now want next year's presidential elections...

U.S. warns against deliberate starvation tactics in South Sudan

The United States has warned South Sudan's government against preventing humanitarian aid workers from reaching areas affected by famine. The United Nations declared famine in...

Rwanda to send troops to South Sudan

Rwanda is planning to send more peacekeepers to South Sudan, as part of the UN Mission (UNMISS) in the country. The acting Defence and military...

South Africa’s Police arrest three over break-in at top Judge’s office

South Africa's police chief says three men have been arrested over a mysterious weekend break-in at the offices of the country's top judge, where...

U.N. to deploy regional protection force to South Sudan

The United Nations will begin deploying a regional protection force to South Sudanese capital “in the next few weeks.” This is revealed by the U.N....

Zimbabwe opposition asks U.N. to conduct 2018 poll

Zimbabwe's opposition parties are demanding greater United Nations involvement in the country's 2018 presidential election. And by greater participation, they are asking that the U.N....

Plane crash-lands at South Sudan airport, several injured – witnesses

TVC NEWS A plane belonging to a small South Sudanese airline crash-landed at the airport in the northwestern town of Wau on Monday, injuring...

South Sudan denies buying weapons at time of famine

South Sudan has denied a report by the United Nations, accusing the government of buying weapons, while the country was experiencing famine. South Sudan’s information...

18 South Sudan’s SPLA Soldiers join rebel forces

Some troops from Juba have dumped the government,and joined the rebel forces.Dozens of South Sudan soldiers, abandoned their positions and joined the armed opposition...

Thieves take computers with South African judges’ personal information

TVC NEWS Robbers stole 15 computers containing information on South Africa's judges and court officials from the administrative offices of the Chief Justice on...
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