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South Africa's Ramaphosa misled parliament: watchdog
South Africa's ethics watchdog on Friday said President Cyril Ramaphosa misled parliament last year over a 500,000-rand ($36,000, 32,000-euro) donation to his campaign fund from a company facing extensive corruption allegations.
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Thousands converge on Sudan square for 'martyrs' rally
Khartoum. Thousands of Sudanese demonstrators converged on Thursday on a prominent square in Khartoum in a march through the capital to honour comrades killed in the months-long protest movement that has rocked the country.
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DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: How Africa can leverage online data for growth
Africa, home to 1.32 billion people. Today, Africa’s urbanisation is at 43 per cent, 80 per cent have a mobile subscription, and 36 per cent being internet users. A continent doesn’t cease to progress even with considerable economic challenges. From the year 2018, internet growth...
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Doomsday cults whose members kill in God’s name
Kanungu village in the green hills of southwestern Uganda was unheard-of before the night of March 17, 2000, when some 530 followers were burnt to death in a church, ‘as a shortcut to heaven’.
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New tough rules for land loans
Individuals and companies intending to use mortgage to secure loans from local or foreign banks for land development in Tanzania must declare the money shall be invested in the country, according to new land regulations.
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