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  • Tanzania: ' We Can't Cope With Mass Burundian Refugee Influx in Tanzania'- UNHCR
    [Deutsche Welle] More than a hundred thousand Burundian refugees in neighboring Tanzania face overcrowding and disease. Aid agencies say the lives of these refugees could be threatened by heavy rains and an increase of new arrivals.
  • Zimbabwe: President Mugabe Endorsed for 2018 Elections
    [The Herald] Tendai Mugabe -Zanu-PF has closed the door on successionists, who were fomenting divisions in the revolutionary party and once again, unanimously endorsed President Mugabe as the party’s sole candidate for the 2018 harmonised elections. The endorsement is part of the resolutions made by the provinces for the party’s 15th Annual National People’s Conference to be held in Victoria Falls next month.
  • South Africa: My Son Is Not an Isis Terrorist – Durban Mom
    [News24Wire] A South African mother has denied her son is an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) fighter, after a picture was posted on Twitter of his driver’s licence, which was apparently found on the dead body of an unidentified jihadi.
  • Somalia: Somali PM Fires Two Ministers
    [Shabelle] The prime minister of Somalia Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke has just fired two ministers, source PM’s office revealed.
  • Zimbabwe: Mujuru Plotted to Kill Me Kabila Way – Mugabe
    [New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has again claimed that former deputy, Joice Mujuru, wanted to kill him in order to take over power.
  • Nigeria: Buhari, Dangote, Adesina Make Africa's 100 Most Influential
    [Leadership] President Muhammadu Buhari, business mogul, Aliko Dangote, blogger Linda Ikeji and 17 other Nigerians have been named amongst the 100 most influential Africans of 2015.
  • Mozambique: Mozambican Refugees Face Uncertain Future in Malawi
    [AIM] Maputo -Mozambicans from the western province of Tete who fled into Malawi to escape clashes between gunmen of the former rebel movement Renamo and the defence and security forces, should return to the country as soon as possible, according to the administrator of Moatize district, Elsa da Barca.
  • South Africa: Marikana Documentary Wins Emmy Award
    [News24Wire] The South African documentary, Miners Shot Down, on Monday night walked away with the International Emmy award for best documentary.
  • Nigeria: Thousands Attend Audu's Burial
    [Premium Times] Thousands of supporters and sympathisers on Monday thronged Ogbonicha town to witness his burial of the late candidate of All Progressive Congress in the Saturday’s inconclusive governorship election in Kogi State, Abubakar Audu.

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