Talks fail to take off in South Sudan ++ UN proposes police force for Burundi ++ Sun screen for Albinos
S.Africa court clears way for Zuma graft prosecution+++Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga says October poll would be illegal+++Nigerian blogger JJ Omojuwa on why social media’s future is in Africa+++Soccer star and VP maintain early lead in Liberia presidential results
Togo’s opposition groups protest demanding the resignation of President Faure Gnassingbe +++ West African blocs remain silent on crisis in Cameroon +++ Visually impaired voters in Liberia decry lack of sensitization on voting process
A new report based on the Panama Papers reveals how Africa's politicians, generals and business leaders are systematically siphoning off billions of dollars and parking the money offshore.
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