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Africa: The Influence of the German Constitution in Africa

Today at 07:00 AM, via allAfrica

[Deutsche Welle] On May 23, 1949, Germany’s Basic Law was adopted and became a symbol of a new beginning. Some five decades later, German constitutional experts helped with the formulation of South Africa’s post-apartheid constitution.

Africa: Will Free Trade Be Continent’s Economic Game Changer?

Today at 06:48 AM, via allAfrica

[ISS] The ambitious African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) which technically enters into force on 30 May could be the game changer for Africa’s hitherto lackluster economy. Driven by Rwandan President Paul Kagame, the process of reaching this point may well have broken all African records. African Union member states launched negotiations to create this huge market of 1.2 billion...

Uncertainty grips Sudan weeks after Bashir’s ouster

Yesterday at 22:04 PM, via News24

Weeks after the army ousted veteran leader Omar al-Bashir, Sudan is gripped by uncertainty as talks between the military rulers and protesters on the transition to civilian rule remain deadlocked.

Rwandan rebel leader pleads guilty to terrorism

Yesterday at 17:55 PM, via News24

A rebel leader accused of orchestrating deadly attacks in Rwanda’s border regions has pleaded guilty to terrorism and other charges, and admitted to working with foreign governments against Kigali.

Egyptian premier hails UAE’s contribution to enhancing government performance

Yesterday at 15:55 PM, via CNBC Africa

Dr. Moustafa Madbouly, Prime Minister of Egypt, has hailed the UAE's contribution to improving his country's government performance as part of the long-standing partnership between the two countries.

This came as the Egyptian premier received a UAE government delegation led b

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Rwanda rebel spokesman pleads guilty to terrorism offences

Yesterday at 15:53 PM, via Reuters

KIGALI (Reuters) – Rebel official Callixte Nsabimana pleaded guilty in a Rwandan court on Thursday to charges of terrorism, murder and hostage-taking in part of a violent campaign to oust long-ruling President Paul Kagame.

Africa: Drug-Resistant TB Having Heavy Toll On Economies

Yesterday at 15:06 PM, via allAfrica

[SciDev.Net] Nairobi -Drug-resistant tuberculosis deaths cost the global and African economies at least US$17.8 billion and US$2 billion a year respectively, representing losses of future goods produced and services provided, a report says.

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