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Southern Africa

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...

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...

Zimbabwe Journalists arrested over Mugabe health report

Zimbabwean police have arrested two journalists in connection with a midweek news report that the President, Robert Mugabe,’ was in a ‘fresh health scare.’ Editor...

S’African coal truck drivers protest over renewable

TVC NEWS Several coal transporting trucks blocked highways in South Africa's capital on Monday to protest against the country's renewable power program after President...

Ex-South Sudan general forms rebel group, vows to topple president Kiir

A disaffected South Sudanese army general who quit his position last month announced on Monday that he had formed a new anti-government rebel group,...

Winnie Mandela Hospitalized

South African anti-apartheid veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, former wife of the late Nelson Mandela, has been admitted to hospital for observation, a statement from her...

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...

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....

U.N. accuses S/Sudan’s govt of blocking food aid, peacekeepers

The UN says South Sudan's government is blocking food aid and restricting peacekeepers. According to UN humanitarian chief, Stephen O'Brien, who was in the country...

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...
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