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The Sudanese Professionals Association, SPA, one of the main groups under the Forces for the Declaration of Freedom and Change, FDFC, has said they will not enter any talks with the Transitional Military Council, TMC. The junta that deposed long-serving Omar al-Bashir on Wednesday did a 100% u-turn after unilaterally scrapping an earlier agreement with the FDFC and planning polls […]

The Eritrean government has officially reacted to ongoings in Sudan but did so via Addis Ababa – seat of the continental political bloc, the African Union, AU. Eritrea’s Information Ministry in a June 5 statement titled: AU stance may exacerbate the situation in the Sudan, blamed the body for what it said was internationalizing the […]

The military in Sudan has offered to resume negotiations with protest leaders over the transition period, one day after he scrapped all agreements with an opposition alliance. The offer by the head of Sudan’s ruling military council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, came as the number of people killed since security forces stormed a protest […]

The annual Football for Friendship project brought together hundreds of children from nearly 60 different countries to Madrid, the city hosting the Champions League final. Here the organisers help young people learn the core values of football, and hope to promote healthy living, tolerance of other cultures and the children’s football skills. This event is […]

The SACP in Gauteng has declared that Gauteng Finance MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko is “the first African woman” to be appointed to that position in the province. SACP provincial secretary Jacob Mamabolo – who is also MEC for Roads and Transport in the same provincial cabinet – made the remark despite the incumbent Minister of Forestry […]

The Swiss Federal Supreme Court on Monday ordered the International Association of Athletics federations to suspend action against South African athlete Caster Semenya until her appeal against testosterone rules has been finalized according to the athlete’s lawyer. The Court of Arbitration for Sport last month approved IAAF’s rule which requires athletes with differences in sexual development […]

Angola on Saturday prepared to bury rebel leader Jonas Savimbi, in his home village at a public funeral, an important sign for national reconciliation seventeen years after the end of a bloody civil war. As early as Friday evening, hundreds of people accompanied his remains to the village of Lopitanga in the centre of the […]

President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria takes his oath of office for a second and final term in charge of Africa’s most populous nation. Today’s event is on the back of his re-election in polls held on February 23. The event is slated for the Eagles Square in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Buhari was announced […]

The adverts promise it will have women falling at your feet with one spray. But it seems that Lynx deodorant might have another hidden power. A boy of 13 suddenly woke up from a nine-day coma after getting a whiff of his favourite daily scent. Kacper Krauze was pulled out of the River Eden in […]

Gambian soldiers who plotted to overthrow president Adama Barrow in 2017 were on Monday sentenced by the Court Martial. The eight soldiers were led by a former military aide to ex-president Yahya Jammeh, who ruled Gambia for 22 years before losing an election in late 2016 to Barrow and then refusing to step down. The […]

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