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Civil war looms as President Zuma vows to retake land from white South Africans [MUST READ/PHOTOS]

By Andrew Malone | White Afrikaner fighters and volunteers in the Kommandokorps are in the bush training and preparing for imminent bloody conflict.   Is South Africa heading for civil war? The country is lurching ever closer to conflict as its volatile Zulu president vows to seize land from whites – while Afrikaner fighters train in the bush Government bonds ...

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#Zuma Must Fall: Whoever ends up as president will be fighting to be King of the ashes

South African president Jacob Zuma who has had six wives and 22 children and has been linked with numerous other women. In 2005, when he was accused of raping the daughter of an ANC friend, he denied the charges, claiming it was consensual and it was his duty as a ‘Zulu warrior’ to have sex with a woman if she ...

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23 Years after Apartheid: South Africa celebrates political and electoral freedom from violent white minority rule

South Africans are observing ‘‘Freedom Day’‘a statutory holiday in the country. On this day 23 years ago, South Africans voted in their first post-apartheid elections. On this day, 27 April 1994 #NelsonMandela votes for the first time in his life, at Ohlange High School in KwaZulu-Natal #FreedomDay pic.twitter.com/7GW4hP5cuG — NelsonMandela (@NelsonMandela) April 27, 2017 The day is set aside to ...

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Rwanda Genocide: Ex-Hutu militia leader arrested in DR Congo jailed for life

Former Hutu militia leader Bernard Munyagishari was sentenced to life imprisonment by a court in Kigali Thursday for his role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide. The high court of Kigali judged Munyagishari guilty of “crimes of murder and genocide” but acquitted him of rape. He has 30 days to appeal, Emmanuel Itamwa, a spokesman for Rwandan courts told AFP. Born ...

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Jailed for Life: Radio journalist Ahmed Abba accused and sentenced for laundering proceeds of terrorist acts

Ahmed Abba, in jail since July 2015 over his reporting on Boko Haram, could face death penalty, according to his lawyer.   A military court in Cameroon has convicted Ahmed Abba, a journalist for Radio France Internationale’s Hausa service, on charges of “non-denunciation of terrorism” and “l “, according to his lawyer and employer. Abba’s lawyer, Clement Nakong, told the ...

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Uganda: Hundreds of bibles burnt by pastor who claims they are misleading his congregation [PICTURED]

An Ugandan pastor has reportedly asked his followers to gather their bibles together and set them ablaze.   According to reports, Aloysius Bugingo, who is the Head Pastor of House of Prayer Ministries, Kampala, Uganda ordered the members of his congregation to gather hundreds of Bibles together and set them on fire.     Bugingo said that various versions of ...

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Somalia: After 18 American soldiers were killed, Trump has authorized another deployment of U.S. troops for the first time since 1994 [LOOK]

The last deployment of regular U.S. troops to Somalia led to an incident that sparked widespread horror.   Somali militiamen shot down two U.S. Black Hawk helicopters in the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu, killing 18 American soldiers. They captured several of the corpses, dragging them through the streets of the Somali capital. The attack contributed to then President Bill Clinton’s ...

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Kenyan woman lawyer who migrated to Australia in 1999 confirmed South Australian senator in Federal Parliament

An Australian High Court has declared that Kenyan-born lawyer Lucy Gichuhi is free to become be the South Australian senator in the Federal Parliament.   The order comes after the Court of Disputed Returns dismissed a challenge from former Labor senator Anne McEwen, who was questioning the eligibility of the Kenyan-born lawyer from serving as senator based on concerns about ...

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Egypt: ISIS kill policeman, injure 3 others during deadly attack on one of the oldest Christian monasteries in the world

One policeman has been killed by gunmen who opened fire on a checkpoint near St Catherine’s monastery in Egypt’s south Sinai, officials say. Another three police officers were injured in the attack several hundred metres from the church entrance. So-called Islamic State group said its fighters carried out the attack. Located at the foot of Mount Sinai, St Catherine’s is ...

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Tunisia: It is time to bury democracy says radical Islamist Hizb ut-Tahrir movement

The Tunisian branch of the radical Islamist Hizb ut-Tahrir movement, which calls for Islamic law and wants to unify Muslims into a caliphate, said on Saturday it was time to “bury” democracy.   “Democracy no longer attracts anyone,” the movement’s politburo chief Abderraouf Amri told its annual conference.   “It is time to announce its death and work to bury ...

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