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Britain will use the relief budget to promote trade in Africa

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Britain will use its international aid budget to strengthen its national interest and deepen trade relations with Africa, Prime Minister Theresa May will explain to an audience in South Africa on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: UK Prime Minister Theresa May returns to Downing Street from the Houses of Parliament in London on June 12, 2018. REUTERS / …

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Africa Live: Pop star Bobi Wine receives bail

Africa Live: Pop star Bobi Wine receives bail – BBC News <! – <! – <! – <! – <! – <! – <! – Summary Ugandan singer and parliamentarian appeared in court on crutches Mugabe, 94, not & # 39; feel good & # 39; 39; Kenyatta met Trump Trump found Buhari & # 39; lifeless & # 39; …

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Trump's controversial tweet about South Africa hit his currency – and things could get worse

Trump Tweets the Edge The ZAR was sold briefly on Thursday after Donald Trump had commissioned Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State, to "study" the problem of land grabbing from farmers in South Africa. Of course, with US foreign and economic policy melting into one this year, investors have been worried about whether Washington could consider the instrument of …

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"Dangerous and Poisoned": Critics accuse Trump of supporting the theory of white nationalist conspiracy theory in South Africa

President Trump's endorsement of a white-nationalist conspiracy theory that included South Africa sparked violent backlashes on Thursday and criticized the United States for compromising American foreign policy to bolster its far-right political base. Former US diplomats and South African leaders condemned Trump's statement in a tweet late Wednesday that he had commissioned Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to support the …

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Trump wants Pompeo to study killing farmers in South Africa

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – President Trump waded into South Africa's plans to seize land from farmers and said in a post on Twitter late Wednesday that he had asked Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo to "study closely" the Proposal and the "mass destruction of farmers" – a claim denied by official figures and the largest peasant group in the country. …

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South Africa strikes back on "unfortunate" trump tweet about land reform

The controversy began when Trump tweeted late Wednesday that he had asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo "to study the land and farm seizures and expropriations of South Africa and the large-scale killing of farmers". Trump's tweet appeared in response to a report on Fox News, claiming that the South African government had "captured land from white farmers". On Thursday, …

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Africa: Agriculture benefits from better access to big data

Analysis By Esther Ndumi Ngumbi African scientists are facing unprecedented access to vast amounts of satellite data. This is thanks to the African Union agreement with the European Commission's Copernicus program, which identifies itself as the world's third largest data provider. Data and access to reliable data are becoming increasingly important to science. It can help steer and support farming …

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When Trump goes on Twitter Rampage, Melania Trump announces a solo trip to Africa

ROCKVILLE, Md. – Under the banner of her "Be Best" campaign, First Lady Melania Trump told a group of cyberbullying experts Monday that "if misused, social media can be destructive and harmful." [19659002] Shortly after she had spoken, President Trump unleashed a barrage of tweets in which he called the former director of the CIA a "hack" and mocked the …

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South Africa promises to end corruption. Are the new leaders part of the problem?

Some see a deep cynicism behind the conditions in the schools. When black South Africans are educated and move into the middle class, their loyalty to the party tends to dwindle, recent elections have shown. By maintaining a culture of dependence, critics claim that A.N.C. ensures its dominance. But Ms. Mhaule, the childhood personality of Mr. Mabuza, rejected any suggestion …

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Russian filmmakers killed in Africa were investigating mercenaries close to the Kremlin

by Anton Troianovski August 1 at 11:50 AM Email the author MOSCOW – Three Russians producing a documentary about mercenary forces close to the Kremlin were gunned down in the Central African Republic this week, highlighting the risks that Russian journalists continue to do. The journalists were shot dead in an ambush as they were driving across the war-torn country, …

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