Africa: The 6 things that will shape Africa in 2017

The 6 things that will shape Africa in 2017 In 2016 we saw major progress in addressing two crises that racked West Africa in recent years. First, cooperation between African governments, communities, civic organizations, and international partners overcame initial struggles and succeeded in ending the latest Ebola outbreak in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. On March 29, the World Health […]

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Africa: Death by Boko Haram drops by 32% while death by Terrorism increases by 650% in Europe

The total number of deaths caused by terrorism decreased by 10% to 29,376 in 2015, according to the Global Terrorism Index 2016, reversing a four-year upward trend. The military interventions against ISIL and Boko Haram have resulted in a 32% reduction in deaths in Iraq and Nigeria, which contributed to an overall reduction in the global figure. However, while ISIL […]

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African: TB Joshua prophesy terrorist attacks in South Africa

By thsepo It is alleged that the Nigerian famous prophet and the founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) Prophet T B Joshua revealed one of the shocking prophecies about South Africa. Known for his accurate predictions and prophecies on the state of nations, Prophet T B Joshua revealed on a live service that South Africa has to […]

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African Tourism: Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey suffer Tourism backlash

The world is a scary place… and many countries have become too frightening for tourists. Millions of travelers have been nixing their dreams of visiting places like the pyramids in Egypt and the Tunisian coast due to heightened terrorism concerns. Here are the countries that are among the worst hit: Egypt he prospects for Egypt’s vital tourism industry are looking […]

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ISIS: Nigerian killed in drone attack is son of former Chief Justice

Ibrahim Uwais, son of former Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), was reportedly killed in an air strike by US-led coalition forces which targeted a senior ISIS leader in Iraq on May 6. Halima, Ibrahim’s wife who travelled with him to Iraq in February 2015, called to inform her father-in-law, Mohammed Uwais, who was Nigeria’s chief justice from 1995 to 2006 […]

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Ghanaian ISIS Commander Unmasked

By William Yaw Owusu It is turning out that a British citizen of Ghanaian descent is a leading member of the dreaded terrorist group, Islamic State (IS), which stock in trade is beheading people. Leading United Kingdom newspaper, The Guardian, published at the weekend that Alexanda Kotey, a 32-year-old Londoner, was among the terrorists that oversaw the detention and beheading […]

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How Africa May look like in 2020

THERE are many economic, demographic, and technology changes that, after a bit more pain, are set to make Africa richer over the next five years. History teaches us though that there is one thing that can bring all hope tumbling down – politics. In the first part of this article Mail & Guardian Africa looked at how the departure of two long-ruling strongmen, Angola’s […]

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