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Category: Africa

African News

These 37 Senate Members Voted To Continue The War In Yemen

As the American-backed war in Yemen continues, these 37 Senators voted against the discussion of an end.

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Explosion Rocks Capital City of Tunisia

Eli Ridder | TUNISIA (71 Republic) - An explosion rocked Tunisia's capital Tunis on Monday, after a woman reportedly blew herself up in an act of suicide, injuring nine others. A witness reported an explosion on the central Habib Bourguiba Avenue, and police were seen cordoning off the area. No other injuries were immediately reported.  ...

Shore of Somalia

Why Don’t You Just Move to Somalia?

A move to Somalia would not be that bad for someone in a neighboring country, as the stateless society develops faster than its neighbors.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa arriving at a summit in South Africa

Mnangagwa Declared Winner in Historic Zimbabwe Election

Emmerson Mnangagwa, of the Zanu-PF party, has been elected President of Zimbabwe, but opposition leaders are rejecting the validity of the vote.

Microfinance is Saving the World’s Working Poor

By allowing business owning men and women in third world countries to get a foot in the door, microfinance is helping to reduce global poverty.

Part III- Humans and Animals: Big Game Hunting

This is part III in a short series on humans using animals for consumption, talking about the morality and ethics of big game hunting.

Near Half of Pro-Tech South Africans Will Invest in Crypto: Survey

A survey finds that 47 per cent of the respondents will invest in 2018.

Bob Marley’s Ganja Vibration

The Rastaman's legacy lives on.

Common Misconceptions About The Universal Basic Income

As Automation Looms, UBI Rears Its Head

Stephen Hawking Has Died

The Acclaimed Thinker Has Passed At His Home

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