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  1. Sudan's Bashir to visit China despite international arrest warrantRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | The Star Online

    Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir is expected to travel to China on Monday for a four-day visit, the foreign ministry said, defying an international warrant for his arrest. The Hague-based International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants for Bashir in 2009 and 2010, accusing him of masterminding genocide and other atrocities in his campaign to crush a revolt in the western Darfur region.


  2. Am I a foreigner in two nations?Read the original story

    1 hr ago | GhanaWeb

    Before the colonial plunderers set their covetous eyes on Africa, there were "states" and "borders". Of course, they did not fit exactly to the European concept of dominions with exact physical expanse of land containing millions of people controlled by one central authority.


  3. Plans to upgrade 13 harboursRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Thirteen fishing harbours in the province are set for multimillion-rand facelifts over the next few years to develop the ports, create jobs and attract tourists to boost the local economy. The cost of the first two phases of the project, to be carried out from this year to 2018, is estimated at R395 million and involves plans to redesign harbours to make them more productive and pedestrian-friendly.


  4. Bid to bar Boks from World CupRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    A little-known political party called Agency for New Agenda will head to the High Court in Pretoria on Wednesday for an urgent order to prevent the Springboks from participating in the Rugby World Cup. The party wants the South African national rugby team to be barred from from participating in the tournament, which kicks off in England on September 18, citing lack of transformation in the sport.


  5. Sudan's Bashir to visit China despite international arrest warrantRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir is expected to travel to China on Monday for a four-day visit, the foreign ministry said, defying an international warrant for his arrest. Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir welcomes Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi at Khartoum Airport August 29, 2015.


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    3 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    Zain Bahrain, the most innovative telecom provider in the Kingdom of Bahrain,has launched a series of exciting new services to enhance customer experience across its widespread retail footprint. The company has deployed a state-of-the-art Customer Visit Management system allowing for quicker seamless service and higher levels of care when visiting any of Zain's twenty-two retail experience shops across Bahrain.


  7. Cape Town, South Africa, an open canvas of artRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    A fragment of Lionel Smit's "Large Malay Girl" stands over gardens of the Ellerman House, a hotel that could be an art gallery. Illustrates TRAVEL-CAPETOWN , by Mary Ann Anderson, Special to The Washington Post.


  8. If You GoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 |

    Farm-to-fork dining with only South African ingredients, menu and prices that change daily, and a wine cellar that defies generalizations with its champagne cellar. $620-$700 range, although rates vary; includes breakfast, laundry, spirits and beer, 24-hour guest pantry, sunset cocktails and canapes, and return transfers to Cape Town International Airport.


  9. Boshoff kicks Lions into leadRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    Marnitz Boshoff slotted 21 points as the Golden Lions hammered the Pumas 41-11 in Nelspruit on Friday. Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix Cape Town The Golden Lions swopped places with the Blue Bulls at the top of the Absa Currie Cup standings after their comprehensive 41-11 win over the Steval Pumas on Friday in Nelspruit, with flyhalf Marnitz Boshoff contributing 21 points with the boot.


  10. Scientists squabble while Africa's only penguins perishRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    They're cute, knee-high, they bray like donkeys and are a tourist attraction near Cape Town. But African Penguins - the continent's only species of the flightless bird - are at risk of extinction.


  11. Passport palaver: Oliseh drops Salami from Tanzania matchRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Vanguard

    W arri Wolves striker Gbolahan Salami's passport palaver caused him to lose concentration and form. As a result, the Glo Premier League hotshot has been dropped from the Super Eagles squad billed to take on the Taifa Stars of Tanzania in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier this weekend.


  12. South Africa name Rugby World Cup teamRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    SOUTH Africa have announced their 31-man squad for the Rugby World Cup, with scrum-half Rudy Paige a surprise inclusion ahead of Cobus Reinach. Paige, who has yet to receive a Test cap, is preferred over the Sharks back and joins Fourie du Preez and Ruan Pienaar as the Boks' number nine options.


  13. Man who rowed across the Atlantic Ocean stops in Norfolk before journey's final stretchRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot

    On Sunday morning at Nauticus, the man who has rowed from Africa to the United States will embark on the last 250-mile leg before he gets home. Victor Mooney , 49, began his trip a year and a half ago from Masapalamo in the Canary Islands off the coast of West Africa.


  14. Rwanda's Wasps thrash Ethiopia in Fifa FriendlyRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Umukino

    Rwanda's senior national team, Amavubi defeated Ethiopia 3-1 in a FIFA friendly match played on Friday at Amahoro stadium. The valuable win was pivotal for Rwanda who are preparing to face Ghana next Saturday in an Africa Nations' Cup qualifier in Kigali.


  15. Helen Mead: I'm keeping alive the lost art of postcard sending despite a setbackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Chorley Citizen

    In my youth, I would send a whole stack to family and friends, carefully choosing them according to my parents' postcard-buying guidelines: never a card with more than one view, always an interesting scene that prompts the receiver to take more than just a glance. Growing up, I used to love receiving postcards, and would look for hours at images of places like New York or Paris, scrutinising the street scene.


  16. How Canada is funding global LGBT rightsRead the original story

    Jun 25, 2015 | Xtra!

    This and other billboards, funded by the Canadian government, lined highways in Mauritius in February 2015 to promote LGBT rights. "Because we ask for respect for our privacy, some people discriminate against us.


  17. Lauder Institute offers new Africa programRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Pennsylvanian

    As students are settling into the new school year, many faculty and staff members are already in the midst of planning programming for next year. The Lauder Institute, the graduate-level joint-degree program between international studies in the College and either Penn Law or the Wharton School, will offer a new Africa program for next year's entering class in May 2016.


  18. Grannies On SafariRead the original story

    Yesterday | KISU-TV Pocatello

    In GRANNIES ON SAFARI, 60-something best friends Pat Johnson and Regina Fraser embark on expeditions to South Africa, Morocco, Japan, South Korea and Turkey in search of each destination's bizarre, exotic and sublime attractions. Throughout the series, the energetic and engaging duo follows winding roads, rides canoes, camels and elephants, and visits urban city centers and rural hamlets.


  19. Book Bits | 29 August 2015Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Capital Spectator

    By Kevin Gardiner Summary via publisher Making Sense of Markets argues that received wisdom is still far too pessimistic, and that investment opportunities have been missed as a result. It suggests that the great panic of 2008 had its roots in finance, not a flawed global economy, and it tackles some popular concerns - debt, demography, Western decadence for example - head-on, showing succinctly why they have been overdone.


  20. Queen Elizabeth has revolutionised the British throne, over 63 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    As she stepped into the role, a young Queen Elizabeth II vowed to devote her life to her people. But for how long, asks Nick Miller.