Burkina Faso Church⛪ Attack Leaves 5⃣ Dead, Including Priest

At least five people have been shot dead — including a pastor and his sons — in an attack on a church in Africa, according to security sources.

The gunmen struck during Sunday service at a Protestant church in Silgadji, Burkina Faso, close to the border with Mali, according to Agence France-Presse …

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Cyclone Kenneth Death😨 Toll in Mozambique Rises as⛈ Rain Continues

The death toll from Cyclone Kenneth, the second tropical storm to hit Mozambique within weeks, has jumped to 38 as flooding continued.

Rains from the storm pounded the north-eastern city of Pemba and surrounding areas on Monday, and more torrential rain was forecast for the coming days. Cyclone Idai, which …

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Women’s👩 Inclusion Pivotal for Devt — Samira Bawumia

The wife of the Vice President, Mrs Samira Bawumia, has called for women’s inclusion in national development and asked African governments to prioritise women issues in decision-making processes.

She emphasised the need for women and girls to be given equal access to education, health care, decent work, and representation …

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Euthanasia Advocate✊ Sean Davison Faces a 3⃣rd Murder Charge

The founder of right-to-die organisation DignitySA, Sean Davison, faces a third premeditated murder charge, it emerged on Monday.

Davison heard this development when he made a brief appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court.

The charge relates to the death of sportsman Richard Holland in Constantia around November 8, 2015 …

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Thousands of Protesters✊ Expected in Tshwane on Monday🔆 Morning

Various organisations plan to shut down the Tshwane CBD on Monday morning, Pretoria News reported, while Twitter users indicated that roads around areas such as Soshanguve have been blocked by protesters.

According to eNCA, thousands of Tshwane residents are gearing up for a shutdown in the area.

Organiser Jomo Rapholo …

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