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By IAfrica
Nov 17th, 2014
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Equatorial Guinea have stepped in at the eleventh hour to take over the hosting rights of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. That in itself is not a problem, but the country’s human rights abuses and the fact that they were disqualified from the tou...
By IAfrica
Oct 26th, 2014
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Like a true South African venturing north of the Limpopo river, my bag was filled with every known disinfectant, a non-contact thermometer and a back up good-old mercury one, malaria tablets, antibiotics for chest and stomach, gloves, gumboots, face ma...
By IAfrica
Sep 14th, 2014
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We know that the South African government takes a huge interest in African affairs. We know that South Africa’s diplomats move in the very highest corridors of continental power, and play a leading role in mediation and peace-building in some of ...
By IAfrica
Sep 11th, 2014
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The Kanifing Magistrates’ Court, presided over by Kebba Bojang, on Wednesday announced a deportation order for one Sirajo Bah Jallow, a Guinean national, charged and convicted of theft, contrary to section 552 of the criminal code, laws of The Ga...
By IAfrica
Aug 24th, 2014
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PRETORIA – The international relations department on Sunday said it was helping a South African man imprisoned in Equatorial Guinea. “We are aware of the case and are rendering consular assistance to him and his family,” spokesman Cla...
By IAfrica
Aug 21st, 2014
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According to new reports, South Africa has issued a travel ban for non-citizens from Ebola-hit countries including – Liberia, Guinea & Sierra Leone. Thankfully Nigeria is not included....
By IAfrica
Aug 19th, 2014
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Two Guineans and a Nigerian have been isolated and kept under close observation at Imeko – Afon, Ogun border community with the Republic of Benin. The three who entered Nigeria illegally through the porous Ogun border community, were  interc...
By IAfrica
Aug 12th, 2014
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The U.S. Department of State has said that no Ebola-related travel restrictions have been issued by the agency for Nigeria, Guinea and Sierra Leone. A “factsheet’’ issued by the state department on its response to Ebola virus, said th...
By IAfrica
Aug 11th, 2014
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The largest outbreak of Ebola in history was likely started by a 2 year old boy in a remote village in Guinea according to researchers. The boy, called Patient Zero in this outbreak, died on December 6th 2013 after suffering from fever, black stool &am...
By IAfrica
Aug 5th, 2014
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According to Stephen Keshi’s brother, Emmanuel Ado, Angola, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon are very interested in making him their new head coach. Keshi has formally sent a message to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), indicating that he is read...