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President Ramaphosa hails Africa’s progress in spite challenges

Pretoria, May 26 – South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday said in spite some challenges, Africa has made significant strides in addressing economic, social and political challenges facing the continent. Ramaphosa was addressing diplomatic corps in Pretoria commemorating Africa Day that marks the birth of the then Organisation for African Unity (OAU) on May […]

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Malawi declared cholera-free

JOHANNESBURG, May 23  – The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared Malawi cholera free after recording no new cholera cases in the past three weeks. Malawi’s Ministry of Health and Population spokesperson Joshua Malango said the WHO has declared the country cholera-free because it had met the international guidelines of not registering any case for […]

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Lesotho Constitutional Court declares criminal defamation unconstitutional

JOHANNESBURG, May 23 – Lesotho’s Constitutional Court has declared criminal defamation unconstitutional in a matter brought by Lesotho Times owner and publisher Basildon Peta. Peta had been charged with criminal defamation on 6 July 2016. His application to have Section 104 of the penal code declared unconstitutional was supported by the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC). Peta argued that the […]