Diaspora Matters

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Public Protector Adv. Busisiwe Mkhwebane is considering appealing a North Gauteng High Court ruling on her Vrede Dairy Project report, her office confirmed on Monday. The court earlier declared her report unlawful, unconstitutional and invalid, with Judge Ronel Tolmay setting it aside. Monday’s judgment followed an application by the DA and the Council for the Advancement of the […]

Ilunga Ilunkamba has been nominated by President Felix Tshisekedi to occupy the position of Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC. Ilunga’s nomination was announced on Monday barely an hour after Bruno Tshibala, Kabila’s last Prime Minister, handed in his resignation and that of the last government. The nominee is seen as an experienced […]

Democratic Republic of Congo’s opposition leader Moise Katumbi, who has been in exile for the last three years, arrived in Lubumbashi on Monday, local media reported. Katumbi was received by thousands of excited supporters from his Ensemble pour le Changement party, at the Luano airport. Plane carrying moise_katumbi has just touched down. It a frenzy out here […]

Eritrea stands in solidarity with the Sudanese people was the crust of a message transmitted by a delegation that was sent on Sunday by President Isaias Afwerki to Khartoum. “President Isaias’ message further stressed Eritrea’s confidence in the ability of the Sudanese people to find solutions to their own issues. The President of the TMC, General […]

Egyptian police are inspecting the damage caused by the explosion of a tourist bus near the famous pyramids of Giza where 17 people were seriously injured on Sunday. There have not been any claims to the attack. Among the targets were several foreigners of different nationalities, including 25 South Africans. The South African Minister of […]

Egypt security forces react Egypt’s interior minister said on Monday that the country’s security forces have killed 12 suspected Islamist militants in Cairo, following the explosion that killed at least 12 people travelling in a tourist bus. A rudimentary device containing nails and pieces of metal detonated on the perimeter of the Grand Egyptian Museum […]

South Africa’s former president Jacob Zuma has appealed to the High Court in Pietermaritzburg, asking it to halt corruption proceedings against him, on the basis of political interference and pre-trial irregularities. Zuma has applied for a permanent stay of prosecution from 16 charges of fraud, racketeering and money laundering relating to a deal to buy […]

Nomadic farmers in Morroco assert their rights to freely move, graze livestock and explore the country’s Southern teritories. In spite of the countless disputes their exploits has landed them in with crop famers in the region of Souss, they remain determined. Tensions are recurrent and the situation is increasing in complexity.They fear eventual disappearance of […]

Italian oil company Eni, revealed on tuesday the discovery of a new light oil in Agola’s deep offshore. With this discovery, up to 250 million barrels of light oil with further upside is expected. The production is also estimated at 10,000 barrels of oil per day. According to the company, this operation is the fourth […]

Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika is in for a stern test at next week’s elections, challenged by a field of candidates including his deputy – a onetime ally turned rival – and a former pastor who accuses him of corruption. Former law professor Mutharika, 78, is trying to secure a second five-year presidential term on Tuesday, […]


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