Sunday , January 21 2018

Eq. Guinea deserves praise for Gambia’s peace, accepting Jammeh – Nguema

Africa’s longest serving leader Theodore Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea says his country deserves plaudits for the peace Gambians are currently enjoying. Nguema, 75, a year ago (January 2017) accepted to shelter the outgoing Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh in a deal brokered by the West African regional political bloc, ECOWAS. …

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Zimbabwe opposition leader Roy Bennett dies in U.S. helicopter crash.

Exiled Zimbabwe opposition leader Roy Bennett and four other people were killed in a helicopter crash in a remote northern part of the U.S. state of New Mexico, officials and his political party said on Thursday. The crash of a private Huey helicopter in rugged terrain near Raton, New Mexico, …

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Former South African ‘homeland’ leader Mangope dies.

 Lucas Mangope, a leader of one of South Africa’s tribal homelands who resisted the end of apartheid, died on Thursday at the age of 94, local media reported on Friday. Mangope was president from 1977 to 1994 of Bophuthatswana, one of South Africa’s “self-governing” homelands, or bantustans – fragmented islands …

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THIS WILL HELP YOU BURN CALORIES AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

Ever wondered how many calories you burn on average during your workouts? Well the exact number of calories is actually determined by your age, weight, sex, fitness levels and of course the amount of effort you put in. However I have put together a list of exercises and shown a …

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South Africa: Snake Bites 6-year-old girl While She Was Sleeping At Night

A little girl is lucky to be alive after a cobra slithered into her bedroom and bit her on the face as she slept. Six-year-old Mikayla-Sue Grove woke up with toothache at home on a farm near the town of Ballito in eastern South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province. But when her …

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Zimbabwe: University students want vice chancellor to step down over Grace Mugabe’s ‘fake’ degree

Students have reportedly given the vice chancellor of the University of Zimbabwe (UZ), Levi Nyagura, 48 hours to step down from the institution over former first lady Grace Mugabe’s alleged “fake” degree. In a letter delivered to UZ on Wednesday, the Zimbabwe National students’ Union (Zinasu), threatened “intensified protests” to …

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