Nadine Gordimer, SA author dies at 90

Nadine Gordimer, SA author dies at 90

South African Nobel Prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer has died in Johannesburg aged 90. The writer, who was one of the literary world's most powerful voices against apartheid - died at her home after a short illness, her family said.

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 Sakupwanya laid to rest

Sakupwanya laid to rest

Acting President Joice Mujuru, yesterday challenged Zimbabweans to jealously guard the country’s independence and that they should never betray the cause of the liberation struggle.

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Ebola death toll in West Africa rise to 467

Ebola death toll in West Africa rise to 467

The number of people killed by the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa has risen to 467, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.

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US hiding behind military co-operation to access Africa’s natural resources,effecting regime change

US hiding behind military co-operation to access Africa’s natural resources,effecting regime change

Tamuka NhamoOver the past half a decade or so, the United States of America has established a military outfit, the African Command (AFRICOM) a specific military unit dedicated to put Africa under 24 hours surveillance and ensure that African governments are in sync with US foreign policy.

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ICC to try I.Coast's Gbagbo for crimes against humanity

ICC to try I.Coast's Gbagbo for crimes against humanity

THE HAGUE - The International Criminal Court said Thursday it will try Ivory Coast's ex-president Laurent Gbagbo for crimes against humanity allegedly committed during a bloody 2010-2011 election standoff.

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