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Twenty one boys die in South Africa Circumcision


At least 21 boys have died in South Africa while undergoing circumcision in the bi-annual ceremony which began in November, authorities have said.
Seventeen young boys died in Eastern Cape province while two others died in the North West and Western Cape, privately-owned EWN news site reports.

Sanctioned Israeli general denies role in South Sudan conflict

Israeli retired Major-General under United States sanctions for alleged role in the ongoing South Sudan conflict including arms sale to the warring parties on Sunday denied any wrongdoing saying he is ready to be investigated.

Massive Turned Out in the Sobat States to Commomerates Nuer Genocide

Thousands of civilians turned out for 15th, of December Memorial Day carried out in the Sobat State headquarters, Mandeang in remembrance of those lost during the genocide.

Three-year-old assaulted on Delhi bus rape anniversary

A three-year-old Indian girl is in critical condition after she was allegedly raped by her neighbour in the capital Delhi.
The accused, a 40-year-old security guard who worked in the building the child lived in, has been arrested.

Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary: Kabila’s choice for DR Congo president

President Joseph Kabila’s preferred successor, Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary, has a fearsome reputation in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The question is whether Mr Shadary can convert that into a victory in Sunday’s presidential election.

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn tables Theresa May no-confidence motion

Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of no confidence in Theresa May, after she said MPs would not vote on her Brexit deal until the week of 14 January.
The PM had delayed the vote from last week, admitting she was set to lose.

Amama Mbabazi threatens a political comeback

Uganda former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has threatened to make a strong political comeback on Uganda’s political scene as soon as possible.

John of God surrenders to earth police


A Brazilian faith healer accused of sexually abusing more than 300 women has handed himself in to police, local media report.
Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as “John of God”, was declared a fugitive on Saturday after missing a deadline to surrender to the authorities.
The cascade of claims against him began earlier in December,
Mr Faria denies the allegations.

Felix Tshisekedi poised to win in DR Congo


Felix Tshisekedi Tshilombo is one of the main opposition candidates vying for votes in Sunday’s presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo, but Louise Dewast considers if he can escape his father’s shadow.

Liberians anger over girl rape and murder


Liberians have been calling radio talk shows on Monday to express their anger at the rape and murder of a 15-year-old in the New Georgia township in the capital, Monrovia, last week.

Fight President Salva Kiir regime: opposition

A South Sudan armed opposition group has called on the people of South Sudan to take up arms and fight the regime of President Salva Kiir Mayardiit which it accused of killing ethnic Nuer civilians in December 2013.

Somali militant Mukhator Robow barred from polls


Somali authorities say a former al-Shabab spokesman has been disqualified from contesting in this week’s regional elections.


Mukhtar Robow was arrested last Thursday in the town of Baidoa and is accused by Somalia’s federal government of illegally bringing in weapons and militants

US airstrike kills 62 militants in Somalia


The United States says it has killed 62 al-Shabab militants in air strikes it carried out in Somalia over the weekend.


The US Africa Command (Africom) said all six strikes targeted a known al-Shabab encampment near the southern town of Gandrashe.
Africom said no civilians were killed or injured – but there’s been no independent confirmation of this.


The American force say the air strikes were part of a campaign to prevent the Islamist group establishing safe havens in southern and central Somalia.

James Gatdet Dak arrived in Khartoum

Former Press Secretary for the SPLM-IO leader Dr. Riek Machar Teny has arrived in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, several sources have told whisper eye media team


James Gatdet Dak was arrested in November 2016 by Kenyan security operatives after reportedly reaching a deal with their South Sudanese counterparts to arrest and deport him to Juba.

Huge explosion in Japan

A huge explosion and fire has hit a restaurant in the northern Japanese city of Sapporo.
Japanese police say 41 people were injured in the explosion, with one of them in a serious condition

Museveni’s response to Burundi letter

Your Excellency,
I have received your letter and I thank you so much for it, especially for its candor in expressing your real sentiments of your excellency and your party the CNDI.


I have not yet, of course, consulted the other EAC members in responding to your letter.
That will be done on the 27th of December, 2018, when we have our ordinary session, if the summit agrees.