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Electricity Tariff Hike Begins in South Africa

Effective 1 April, Eskom customers in South Africa will face an increase

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South African Government Criticized for Silence on Uganda’s Anti-Homosexual Law

South African political party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), has criticized the government

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Madagascar: the Christian Churches Hope to Appease the Political Dialogue

In Madagascar, the Ecumenical Council of Christian Churches in the country, which

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Controversial Gupta Brothers Seek Asylum in Cameroon and Central Africa Republic

The Gupta brothers, Atul and Rajesh, who fled South Africa after facing

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ESKOM Implements Stage 4 Power Cuts as Capacity Constraints Persist

Eskom has had to implement stage four load shedding due to capacity

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Official: Mine Collapse left Fourteen Miners Killed and Numerous Others Injured in Sudan

A senior official with the state-owned Sudanese Mineral Resources Corporation told Reuters

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Uganda: Open for Business Coalition Opposed to Anti-LGBTQ Bill

The Open for Business coalition, which includes giants such as Google, Microsoft,

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Cyclone Freddy Death Toll to Surpass 1,200 in Malawi

Cyclone Freddy hit southern Malawi earlier this month, dumping six months’ worth

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Guinea: in Kankan, Protest Movements Against the Lack of Electricity

In Guinea, power cuts during Ramadan in Kankan, provoked protest movements there.

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Surviving Ramadan in Somalia: Drought Drives Up Prices

In Somalia, the drought has worsened the food situation of citizens, especially

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