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Future of African energy looks bright

Many are looking forward to seeing how South Africa and Nigeria adapt to the current economic climate, after exiting recession.

Convicted plane hijacker could get compensation if victims don't claim

A convicted plane hijacker, could receive the compensation paid into a victims' claims trust account if the victims don't submit their claims.

Plague continues to rip through Madagascar

The death toll in the plague outbreak that recently hit Madagascar continues to rise.

Trump criticised for 'insensitive' comments made to widow of fallen soldier

US President Donald Trump criticised for 'insensitive' comments made to the widow of a fallen soldier.

Fraud charges for Australian company over Mozambique coal

Australian mining company Rio Tinto has been charged with fraud in the United States related to investors linked to a coal mine in Mozambique.

Gabrielle Union shares her story of being raped at 19

American actress Gabrielle Union has opened up about being sexually assaulted while working at a store in 1992.

Star Wars tech to help Dubai Police fight crime!

The Dubai Police Department gets Star Wars-inspired hoverbikes to go with their impressive collection of supercars to help them fight crime.

Tesla fires at least 400 employees in one week

According to reports, luxury electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla, has fired around 400 employees in the last week.

Liberia presidential run-off between Weah and Boakai

George Weah will face Joseph Boakai in a run-off to be president of Liberia, set for November 7.

Mogadishu bomb victims airlifted to Turkey

Turkey has lent shell-shocked Somalia assistance in the wake of Saturday's truck bombing, which claimed more than 300 lives.

Ireland battens down the hatches for Hurricane Ophelia

Ireland has prepared for Hurricane Ophelia to make landfall on Monday. It is expected to be the worst tropical storm to hit the country since 1961.
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