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Kagame allegedly strikes again

By Staff Writer 15:09:2021 The murder of former army lieutenant Revocant Karemangingo in Maputo on Monday has raised questions over the reasons behind Rwanda's troop deployment to fight militants in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado in June. Karemangingo, who was the Vice...

Guinea junta forced to transition amidst regional pressure

By Staff Writer 15:09:2021 Guinea’s military leaders inaugurated the start of a conference to begin the process of transitioning back to civilian rule. The dialogue, which started on Tuesday, is being held at the presidential compound. The now defacto leader,...

British American Tobacco Fails to Deny Mugabe Bribe

Umm Muhammed Umar British American Tobacco says it is committed to "acting responsibly and with integrity", after evidence had been found suggesting it had paid a bribe to the former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. It has not as yet denied the accusation. The...

[LISTEN] 9/11 Attacks & the Relevance to Africa, Rwanda’s Intervention in Mozambique & More on the Africa Report with Damimola Olawuyi

Faizel Patel – 14/09/2021 A geo-political analyst says the twentieth anniversary of the terror attacks and the battle with Al-Qaeda began during the battle of Mogadishu, Somalia in 1993. Damimola Olawuyi was speaking to Radio Islam on Tuesday about relevance of the US...
Telecoms Blackout Expanded in Nigeria

Telecoms Blackout Expanded in Nigeria

Umm Muhammed Umar Hundreds of troops aided by gunships and fighter jets launched offensives on Saturday, on bandit camps in Nigeria's Zamfara state. Nigerian military forces in Zamfara began, in one of their largest recent operations against the armed ‘bandits’, raids...

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