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Africa Last Updated: Sep 16, 2014 - 8:04:51 AM


Africa
Rentree parlementaire : fortes pressions sur les deputes et senateur
La session parlementaire de septembre s’ouvre ce lundi 15 septembre au Palais du Peuple. Consacrés traditionnellement  à l’examen du budget de l’Etat pour l’exercice 2015,  les travaux vont de toute évidence être gravement parasités par la question qui perturbe la vie de la nation depuis de nombreux mois. Il s’agit, on le sait, de la révision de la constitution ou du changement pur et simple de la loi fondamentale qu’envisage la majorité au pouvoir.

Sep 16, 2014 - 7:43:43 AM

Africa
SACP is Leading the Nkandla Cover-up
By protecting the president, the 'party of the working class' has become embedded in the state, says the president of Numsa.

Sep 16, 2014 - 7:33:39 AM

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SA Spooks Fixed Guinea Poll
Top politicians and businesspeople have been cited in a US court case over disputed mining rights in Guinea.

Sep 14, 2014 - 6:49:55 AM

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American Monuments to Failure in Africa

Sep 13, 2014 - 7:28:01 AM

Africa
Will a Major Exodus Hurt Nigeria
Shell is apparently looking to sell off more of its Nigerian assets. The company has decided to sell off another four oil fields as well as a pipeline that it co-owns with local buyers in the country. Over the past few years the company has sold a number of its onshore fields, with theft and sabotage of its facilities being at the root of the sales. Both theft and sabotage have been affecting the company’s bottom line for some time.

Sep 13, 2014 - 7:23:24 AM

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