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ChuChu (Alex) Jones is Globe Afrique’s New Business and Economics Editor

NEW YORK – Chu-chu (Alex) Jones, a Liberian born financial analyst, and bank consultant would become Globe Afrique’s New Business…

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Lesotho ruling party asked PM to resign over wife’s murder

PRETORIA, South Africa – In Lesotho, the governing ABC party has asked Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to resign over allegations…

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UN Opens Anti-Corruption Conference

ABU DHABI – The UN anti-corruption conference opened on Monday in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.…

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Egypt’s President Sisi confers with IAEA’s chief

PARIS, France – The President of Egypt General Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on Monday received Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency…

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Egypt condemns Libyan-Turkish deals on maritime cooperation

CAIRO, Egypt– Authorities in Egypt have condemned the signing of two memoranda of understanding (MoUs) between Turkey and Libya’s UN-backed…

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Incumbent Namibia President leads in presidential vote count

WINDHOEK, Namibia – Preliminary results from the ongoing presidential result count in Wednesday’s election in Namibia indicate that incumbent President…

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GIMPA in Ghana appoints Dr. Thomas Jaye tenured professor

NEW YORK, New York – The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has appointed veteran Africa’s security sector…

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Two Nigerian clerics charged after starving pupils found shackled

ABUJA, Nigeria – Two Nigerian clerics have been charged authorities following recent raids on private Islamic schools where men and…

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Rwanda’s second Senate concludes eight-year term of office

KIGALI, Rwanda– Several members of Rwanda’s second Senate ended their eight-year term of office on Thursday, as newly elected members…

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Hippo attack leaves elderly woman dead in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – An elderly woman was killed after being attacked by a hippo in Limpopo, the northernmost province…

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