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Cyril Ramaphosa · Cape Town
Ramaphosa political fate hangs in balance in South Africa
The political future of President Cyril Ramaphosa hung in the balance on Friday, as South Africans wondered whether he would cling to power or resign over accusations that he sought to cover up a burglary at his farm.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 54 sources
NASREC COUNTDOWN: Zweli Mkhize clinches enough nominations to contest Cyril Ramaphosa for top ANC position
The ANC branches have nominated Ramaphosa by an overwhelming majority for a second term with 2,037 nominations. Embattled former party president Jacob Zuma was unable to rally enough support to contest to be the national chair. The ANC is yet to announce the over 200 members nominated to be a part of the organisation's highest decision-making body.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Africa-US: Commercial ties will shape the partnership in the 21st century
US businesses are seeking new opportunities in Africa and are reevaluating long-held perceptions about the risks of doing business on the continent.See the Story
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Civil War · Tigray
Tigray rebels arrive in South Africa for peace talks on Ethiopian crisis
Ethiopian and Eritrean forces take control of historic town of Adwa, aid worker says. Losing Adwa is latest setback for Tigray's fugitive leaders, who have lost control of a string of towns. South Africa is set to host peace talks, convened by the African Union, that one Ethiopian official said would begin Oct. 24.See the Story
48% Center coverage: 56 sources
Highlights from Day 1 of the Toronto International Film Festival
After two years online, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) returned to its regular, outsized form spread across a range of inner-city, suburban and regional Victorian locations. The festival is a unique and essential event, but it has been as affected by the challenges of clawing back an audience. Of the 25 films I watched, here are five that have stayed with me.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Military · Nigeria
Fake Reverend Sister arrested for child trafficking in Nigeria
Rivers police command says its operatives rescued 15 children who were kept in the house of an alleged child trafficker identified as Maureen Wechinwu. The commissioner said the rescued children were abducted within and outside the state. The command has contacted parents of some of the children to identify them while efforts are being made to locate the parents of others.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Africa · Ghana
Launch of Guided Trade Initiative indicates AfCFTA is operational - Ghana Business News
The Guided Trade Initiative (GTI) is to kick-start commercially meaningful trade under AfCFTA. The Initiative, attracted the interest and participation of seven State Parties – Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Rwanda and Tanzania. It aims at testing the readiness of the private sector to participate in trade underAfCFTA and identifying possible future interventions.See the Story
Twitter · Accra
How all Twitter staff in Accra were fired a day after resuming HQ operations
Twitter staff in Africa received termination notices on Friday, November 4, 2022. The staff of Twitter Africa worked remotely while preparing to move into their Accra Headquarters to begin operations physically. The company is reorganizing its operations as a result of a need to reduce costs, the termination notice read.See the Story
Asia · Armenia
UN: Global retail food prices remain high despite grain deal
Fuel prices remain costly in Kenya, despite prices declining in the global market, bringing to light domestic policies that are choking households at the pump.See the Story
Data centres: Google and Amazon propel African players into the big leagues
The huge needs of US tech companies and telecom operators are supporting the development of a sector that should weather current economic uncertainties.See the Story