Cape Town – From a West African court ordering the suspension of sanctions imposed on Mali; to Dozens of Tunisian journalists protesting to demand press freedom… Read these and other stories making the headlines from around the African continent.
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A civil society representative at national reconciliation talks in the Central African Republic (CAR) expressed concern on Thursday after a constitutional change allowing a head of state…Read more
Dozens of Tunisian journalists protested on Friday to demand press freedom and the release of a reporter who was detained for refusing to reveal his sources to authorities. Read more…
As Morocco withers under its worst drought in 40 years, experts warn that a combination of climate change and bad resource management could trigger severe drinking water…Read more
A West African court ordered Thursday the suspension of sanctions imposed on Mali over delayed elections, in a rare diplomatic win for the country’s ruling junta. The… Read more
The leader of the vigilante group Operation Dudula, Nhlanhla “Lux” Dlamini is set to spend the weekend behind bars after his case was reportedly postponed to… Read more
Ethiopia’s government on Thursday declared “an indefinite humanitarian truce effective immediately”, saying it hoped to help hasten delivery of emergency aid into the Tigray region, where... Read more
Chief Electoral Officer of the Electoral Commission of South Africa, on the importance of human rights for all citizens. The Republic of South Africa is a sovereign… Read more
Zimbabwean Clever Murape has his groceries delivered, like people around the world only his don’t come from a local shop. His rice, oil and washing powder make… Read more
American TikTok and Twitter users are dragging South African stars for their wigs on Netflix’s Young, Famous & African. According to The Citizen, Young, Famous &… Read more
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