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UN human rights investigators say up to 40 officials may be individually responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity in the country. The UN says the human rights situation continues to worsen in the country. CGTN's Patrick Oyet reports.Featured
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Track and field in South Africa is on a high. The athletes are producing on the world stage and many feel that dominance is set to continue for some time, but for one man, that is not enough. His dream is to win Olympic gold and become the fastest man in
South African National Parks is urgently reviewing its Safety and Security Management Plan for the Table Mountain National Park in Cape Town. That comes after a spate of attacks against tourists and locals. Rene del Came has that story. Please note some oFeatured
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South Sudanese President, Salva Kiir, is blaming the United States for the collapse of the most recent peace talks held in Ethiopia. President Kiir was speaking at a regional summit in Kampala, and says America's arms embargo is emboldening opposition gro
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Another wave of protests against President Kabila has resulted in at least one death and two injuries. The protest is the latest to be organised by the country's influential Catholic Church. Asta Tall has more on this developing story.Featured
Tunisia aims to increase the number of foreign students from Sub-Saharan Africa enrolled in the country. Professionals have hailed the initiative that many believe will serve the interests of the continent. CGTN's Adnen Chaouachi has more.
Nigeria is sending extra troops and planes to the North-eastern state of Yobe as the search for missing schoolgirls intensifies. During the weekend, the government announced that 110 girls are presumed to have been abducted. That's according to informatioFeatured
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Ahead of the clashes, the DRC's chief of police assured people that officers will not use live ammunition -- in contrast to what transpired.
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The UN's peacekeeping missions are once again in the spotlight, this time in South Sudan. Members of the Ghana Police Service are being accused of sexual misconduct. Ghana has responded to the allegation, and says it will cooperate fully with the United N
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South Africans are awaiting a probable cabinet re-shuffle. They're expecting new president Cyril Ramaphosa to make changes to his cabinet. It's not clear at this stage when that will be, though. The ruling ANC has assured people that it will move with spe
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Kenya's electioneering drama has been going on for months now. In this special report, CGTN's Thuli Tshabala explores the main events, and International Relations Expert David Kikaya gives a deeper insight into what lead the country into this state.
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There's growing speculation that South Africa's President Jacob may leave office before his term ends in 2019. Zuma has already been replaced by Cyril Ramaphosa as head of the ruling ANC. While he's meant to stay on as the country's president until the ne
Analysts have raised concern over the increase in U.S air strikes in the Horn of Africa nation. They say that while the drone attacks have helped in the fight against al-Shabaab, they are causing many problems for Somalis. Abdulaziz Billow has this report
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Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has inaugurated the first stage of production at the Zohr gas field. The country predicts it will achieve its goal of self-sufficiency in terms of the supply of liquefied natural gas. CGTN's Yasser Hakim has more det
A day of political drama for Kenya, Opposition leader Raila Odinga has sworn himself in as people's president. The rival inauguration comes after Odinga lost last year's election to president Uhuru Kenyatta. More than 10-thousand people witnessed the riva
A local initiative in Sudan is looking to empower rural women following the lifting of U.S. sanctions, which ended two decades of restrictions on international banking transactions. Vik Chege has more.