UN's Ban Ki-Moon tells warring parties in South Sudan to choose peace than politics +++ African leaders in Burundi to push for peace talks +++ Jacob Zuma condemns student protests
Saturday marks one year since US President Donald Trump took office +++ DRC's militia groups unite in their latest push to topple President Joseph Kabila's government +++ Volkswagen will be the first automobile company to invest in Rwanda
Al-Shabaab accused of forcing parents to give their children for military training+++Sahel Region defence ministers in France in the latest push for joint anti-terror military force+++And in this weeks series of Fake Drugs in Africa we are in Sierra Leone
Concerns over the rise of counterfeit drugs in Africa+++Hundreds arrested as violent protests spread across Tunisia+++ Pressure continues to mount on President Jacob Zuma to step down
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