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SADC leaders meet in Pretoria to discuss crisis in Lesotho

Zuma has condemned the killing of MahaoSeveral Southern African Development Community (SADC) heads of state arrived in South Africa on Friday to discuss the on-going political crisis in neighbouring Lesotho.

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South African opposition to lay criminal charges against Deputy President over Marikana massacre

South Africa's Deputy President Cyril RamaphosaSouth African opposition, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) say they will lay criminal charges against Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Lonmin executives and police commissioner, Riyah Piyega for allegedly conspiring to kill miners at the Marikana police station.

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Mauritius: Political coalitions and all that jazz

Ministers young and old strive for the excellence and innovation of Mauritius's science and music stars.

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Nigeria's cabinet delayed as clean up continues

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's election campaign was centered on his ability to check corruption. Photo©ReutersNigerian President Muhammadu Buhari plans to delay the appointment of his Cabinet until September so that he can carry out a thorough vetting exercise as he tries to form a corruption free government.

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Declare assets, Ghana's anti-corruption bodies tells legislators

Photo©ReutersA consortium of Ghanaian anti-corruption campaigners have stepped up crusade to force legislators to revise the country's assets declaration requirements to include verification and publication of declared assets.

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Nigeria: President Buhari dissolves state oil company board

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. Photo©ReutersNigeria's new President Muhammadu Buhari dissolved the board of the state-owned oil company on Friday as a first step in cleaning up the sector in Africa's biggest crude producer.

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Burundi elections: International community will not recognise results

Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza. Photo©ReutersThe African Union has written off Burundi's parliamentary and presidential elections after it refused to send observers for the disputed Monday polls.

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