The United Nations Security Council condemned the recent fighting in South Sudan and called on the warring sides to take decisive action to regain control of the security situation.
By Michael Lerner There's no way the cash-strapped gov't can afford to pay $30bn to expropriated farmers.
by Erin Wright Muhammadu Buhari's trip to the U.K. flies in the face of his promises to end the practice.
Two decades after apartheid ended, most of the country's land still owned by Whites.
by Michael Lerner Two thirds of investments in Africa's urban infrastructure to 2050 have yet to be done.
by Michael Lerner Nigeria has banned any unlicensed drones, likely ending many private sector uses.
Opposition leader Malema had earlier warned of an armed rebellion against the government.
Bags over 60 percent votes to knock out the opposition in first round.
by Erin Wright On the second anniversary of Boko Haram's kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls, the mood seems rooted in a sort of resigned despair.
The U.N. says 120 cases of sexual violence have been reported since fighting broke out earlier this month.
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