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Africa’s Richest Man, Dangote, Plans Zimbabwe Plant

Nigerian Business Mogul, Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man, has announced plans to build a $400 cement factory in Zimbabwe. This announcement is a major boost for the southern African country in desperate need for...

Kenya offers $20,000 bounty for suspected female terrorist

Kenyan Authorities have put up a $20,000:00 bounty on the head of a female terrorist who is thought to be hiding in one of the country's refugee camps that was setup in the North-Eastern...
Mr Tuhan, whose name is causing controversy

Indonesian Islamic scholars ask man whose name means God to change it or face...

The Council of Islamic Scholars in Indonesia has asked a man whose name translates to God to change it or stand the risk of denied access to social services, they claim that the man's...
Islamic state militants on a parade

7 Australians prevented from traveling to join IS

The Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott has announced that about seven young men of Australian citizenship were prevented from joining ISIS over the weekend, they were stopped at one of the country's...

Slovakia says it prefers Christian refugees under resettlement scheme

With growing concerns in europe over the escalation of the refugee crisis, Slovakia has stated that it would prefer Christian migrants within it's borders under a Europe wide plan to help resettle thousands of...

Drama as Lawmaker Attempts To Undress, Hang Self In Parliament

It was mild drama at the ugandan parliament on Friday when a parliamentarian representing Tororo County in the Ugandan Parliament Hon Geoffrey Ekanya, made an attempt to undress himself and take his own life...

Germany: we can’t cope with 800,000 refugees per year

Germany's Minister for Interior, Thomas de Maizeire has stated that Germany has so far been harboring about half of the refugees and asylum seekers arriving Europe from all over the Middle east and Africa...

Saudi Arabia executes Chadians convicted of al-Qaeda-linked killings

The Government of Saudi Arabia has executed two men of chadian origin, for joining an al-Qaeda-linked group that aimed their attacks on foreigners. According to statements made available from Saudi's Interior Ministry, the two...
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, sworn in for third term.

Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza sworn in for third term

In a low profile event, Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, has been sworn-in for a third term in office, as president of Burundi. The swearing in was a surprise as it was not scheduled...
Sympathizers gathered around the Body of slain Journalist, Peter Moi.

South Sudanese journalist shot dead in capital

A journalist in South Sudan has lost his life, the journalist Peter Julius Moi was gunned down just days after Salva Kiir issued a stern warning to Media practitioners. Peter Julius Moi was an...