UNHCR struggling to cope with refugees fleeing Burundi violence +++ South African broadcasters refuse to air award-winning Marikana documentary +++ Beekeeping in Cameroon
SAfrica ruling party factions protest as pressure mounts on Zuma to step down+++Burundians mixed reactions as they mark 27 years of Unity Charter+++ France urges dialogue into Cameroonian Anglophone crisis
The South African government has set aside $92 million dollars to compensate victims of the widely publicized Marikana mine massacre. In 2012, police gunned down 34 miners during a mine workers’ strike.
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
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