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Kenya’s PM – Bashir invitation Ill-Advised

Kenya’s Prime Minister Raila Odinga said it was ill-advised that Sudan’s embattled President Omar Hassan Al-Bashir was invited to participate in the promulgation of Kenya’s constitution last Friday. In an exclusive interview with VOA, Prime Minister Odinga said that the Sudanese leader should be held accountable for the crimes committed under his rule

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Nigeria Granted Highest Air Safety Rating by US

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Monday that Nigeria had met international air safety standards. Harold Demuren, director of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, said the “category one status” means Nigeria can use its own aircraft and crews to fly direct to the United States

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SA Health Minister Accuses Strikers of Murder

As South Africa's public servants' strike entered its third day, the government's has put the security services on high alert to deal with strikers accused of violence. Many critically ill patients from Johannesburg's main public hospitals have been transferred to privately-owned hospitals

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South Africa needs a fearless ANC – Malema

The outspoken youth leader of South Africa's ruling ANC is calling for the party to install younger, more radical leaders. Speaking Saturday, Julius Malema said South Africa needs a "fearless ANC," one that, in his words, will tell the queen in London that South Africa's economy will change

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