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Nov 19, 2017
Zimbabwe political crisis: Robert Mugabe, a liberation hero turned despot who crushed dissentZimbabwe's veteran leader Robert Mugabe once quipped that he'd rule his country until he turned 100.
Oct 09, 2017
Nigerian national accused of theft brutally beaten up by locals in Delhi's Malviya NagarDisturbing visuals of an African national being beaten up in Malviya Nagar, New Delhi surfaced, causing concern over racism against Africans in the country and their safety.
Sep 18, 2017
World leaders reach New York for UN General Assembly: North Korea, Rohingya crisis to top agendaFacing an escalating threat from North Korea and exodus of minority Muslims from Myanmar, world leaders gather at UN starting Monday to tackle these challenges
Aug 09, 2017
South Africa: Jacob Zuma survives no-confidence vote for eighth time in seven yearsSouth Africa's Jacob Zuma on Tuesday survived a no-confidence vote in the parliament against his embattled presidency, despite widespread divisions within the ruling ANC party and growing anger over alleged corruption.
Jul 14, 2017
FIFA revokes worldwide ban on Sudan following government interference to put things back in orderWorld football body FIFA said on Thursday that it had lifted a ban imposed on Sudan last week for government interference in the sport.
May 28, 2017
South African ruling party pushes for president Jacob Zuma's resignationRuling party critics of South African President Jacob Zuma pushed for his resignation amid concern about alleged corruption at the highest levels of the government
May 23, 2017
African Development Bank meet: Narendra Modi govt should ensure racist attacks don't imperil African goodwillSuccessive Indian governments, since the UPA time have been wooing Africa and holding bi-annual India-Africa summits
Apr 05, 2017
Attack on African nationals: Terming racist assaults as 'petty crimes' can do more harm than goodTreating the assaults on Africans as “actions of a few criminals” is unlikely to assuage the African community at a time when the government has undertaken a major programme to reach out to African countries following the India-Africa Forum Summit in 2015.
Apr 03, 2017
Jacob Zuma's sacking of Pravin Gordhan, other ministers augurs poorly for South Africa's futureSouth African president Jacob Zuma’s sacking of his well-respected Indian-origin finance minister Pravin Gordhan and other Cabinet ministers sets the stage for party elections later this year
Mar 30, 2017
Kenyan who alleged assault in Noida withdraws case; African students group says she lied out of depressionA Kenyan woman who alleged that locals in Greater Noida assaulted her has reportedly withdrawn her complaint after police said that her story was constantly changing and that there were several loopholes in her story, Zee News reported.