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
South Africa taxman to sue the auditing firm KPMG after it retracted its report that was used by President Jacob Zuma to fire the former finance minister+++Why is diabetes becoming a common killer in Liberia?+++ Germany's Social Democrats leader Martin Schulz reveals plans to curb illegal immigration ahead of this weekends elections
Debate on presidential age limit rages on in Uganda+++Africa does not need aid+++daring—investigative journalism in Kenya+++child mortality rate in Africa
Kenyan MP, former senator detained over hate speech allegations+++Burundi’s Catholic bishops call for talks to end the country’s political turmoil+++Africa Union to set up an African Medicine Agency (AMA) to curb rising sale of counterfeit drugs
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