• SA wine among world’s best

    The world’s most influential and strictly judged wine context, The International Wine Challenge has recently announced its 30 best wines from across the world, and South Africa was one of

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  • COVID19: Zambia poaching on rise

    Kafue National Park in the heart of Zambia is one of the largest protected areas in Africa, now is under threat of poachers, who can enter the park without worrying

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  • Borrell “shocked” by Borno state massacre

    Brussels 29.11.2020 The EU top diplomat Josep Borrell expressed his shock and sadness, and determination to continue to pursue cause of peace and stability in Africa, while reacting upon the

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  • Mekelle shrouded in unknown

    Brussels 29.11.2020 While the EU multiples its calls for peace in Tigray region, the Ethiopian government launched a manhunt on Sunday, November 29, for leaders of the political leadership of

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  • Burkina Faso elections: Kabore leads

    Brussels 25.11.2020 Burkina Faso’s president, Roch Marc Christian Kabore,63, is clearly leading in results announced from more than half of the country’s voting districts following weekend elections. Burkina Faso's president,

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  • Ethiopia Foreign minister visits Brussels

    Brussels, 24.11.2020 The EU top diplomat Josep Borrell expressed in meeting with Demeke Mekonnen, Ethiopia Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, “EU concerns on current conflict”. The head

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  • Ethiopia: troops advance towards Mekelle

    The Ethiopian government said on November 24 that Tigrayan soldiers were surrendering in the face of its advance towards the regional capital Mekelle (pictured), but the local forces reported they

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  • EU contributes €183M to debt relief

    The EU will contribute €183 million to the IMF’s Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust for debt relief in 29 low-income countries, allowing them to increase their social, health and economic

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  • Abiy Ahmed sends troops to Mekelle

    Brussels 22.11.2020 Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced the expiration of a three-day ultimatum for Tigrayan leaders to surrender, and from that moment aimed at sending federal troops to Mekelle,

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  • Ethiopia: rockets hit Amhara region

    Brussels, 20.11.2020 Ethiopia’s Tigray region militia fired rockets on November 20 at the distant capital of the neighbouring Amhara region, Amhara authorities said, raising worries the conflict could degenerate into

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