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South Africa:ANC Meets on Zuma's Future

The ANC's Parliamentary caucus will meet on Thursday for a special caucus meeting.The caucus was called for 10:00 following recent events in Parliament, including the postponement of the State of the Nation Address (SONA), African National Congress spo...

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Mozambique:Govt Denies Doing Business with North Korea

By Salem SolomonMozambique is denying allegations that it continues to do business with North Korea in violation of U.N. sanctions.A CNN report published this month found that North Korea has signed contracts worth millions of dollars in Mozambique, fu...

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Malawi:Drought Sparks Mob Violence, Accusations of Witchcraft

By Lameck MasinaA dry spell in parts of southern Malawi has rekindled accusations of witchcraft and bouts of mob violence. Authorities have been quick to condemn the attacks and dispel the accusations as a hoax.January 29, 2018, is a day that will be h...

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South Africa:Pushed by Party, Scandal-Plagued Zuma May Have to Resign

analysisBy Anita PowellThe man who sat by Nelson Mandela’s side as they negotiated the end of South Africa’s apartheid regime has gone on to become the most divisive leader in this nation’s short democratic history.But President Jacob Zuma’s never-endi...

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