Guy Scott is the new Zambia’s leader Guy Scott is the new Zambia’s leader

Guy Scott is the new Zambia’s leader

Zambia’s Guy Scott became Africa’s first white head of state in 20 years on Wednesday after the president,

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Burkina Faso: le parlement incendié Burkina Faso: le parlement incendié

Burkina Faso: le parlement incendié

Les députés burkinabè devaient voter ce jeudi matin le projet de loi sur la modification de la Constitution,

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20 Islamists killed in clash in Mali 20 Islamists killed in clash in Mali

20 Islamists killed in clash in Mali

France said on Wednesday a French soldier and about 20 Islamist militants were killed during a fierce clash

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Zambia’s president Sata dies in London Zambia’s president Sata dies in London

Zambia’s president Sata dies in London

Zambian President Michael Sata, an abrasive figure nicknamed ‘King Cobra’ because of his venomous tongue, has died in London where he had been receiving medical treatment,

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Good Crop, Bad Crop

Good Crop, Bad Crop

by Francis Nang’ayo, senior manager for regulatory affairs at the African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF)

Aug 22, 2014 10:33

Economy

Coffee sold in Kenyan rises in 2013/14

Coffee sold in Kenyan rises in 2013/14

The value of coffee sold at Kenya’s auction climbed 37 percent to $174.1 million in the year to September, helped by higher global prices and better quality crops,

Oct 29, 2014 12:11

Politics

Burkina Faso: manifestation gigantesque

Burkina Faso: manifestation gigantesque

Des affrontements entre des jeunes gens et la police ont été enregistrés mardi dans certains quartiers de Ouagadougou.

Oct 29, 2014 12:03

Sport

Afrique du Sud: mort d’un joueur

Afrique du Sud: mort d’un joueur

Senzo Meyiwa aurait été attaqué lorsque des hommes armés sont entrés dans la maison de sa petite amie, à Vosloorus, dans le sud de Johannesbourg.

Oct 28, 2014 6:35

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