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Sophie Mokoena
Foreign Editor for SABC, the largest broadcaster in Africa, broadcasting 52 countries on the continent
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Angela Quintal 8h
Replying to @RFIAfrique @CPJAfrica
This is the 5th journalist arrested today covering opposition protests in . 's Polycarpe Essomba was released after 2 hours. Two other news agency reporters also said to have been detained. is trying to confirm this info.
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Sophie Mokoena 8h
Lack of leadership.
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Sherwin Bryce-Pease 14h
USA today passed at least 200000 deaths linked to COVID-19. Also today, President Trump to : "We will distribute a vaccine, we will defeat the virus, we will end the pandemic, and we will enter a new era of unprecedented prosperity, cooperation and peace."
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Aleksandra Kuzmanovic 17h
& work with , & Dr who just received Bridge Maker 2020 Award on behalf of & brave & responders 🙌 🙌 🙌
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Sophie Mokoena 9h
Good afternoon President any briefing today? 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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CNN Politics 9h
President Trump's ex-Russia adviser Fiona Hill says the US is increasingly seen as "an object of pity"
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SABC News 9h
VIDEO | Thabo Mbeki on launch of his African School of Public and International ...
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Elinor Sisulu 9h
👏👏👏Welcome back!
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SABC News 10h
President Ramaphosa, who is also Chairperson of AU, used his address to the UN General Assembly, to call on world leaders to help African countries and their developing economies recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi 15h
Powerful story! Metro Police officer successfully acts as midwife on the roadside. The child’s birth is similar to that of Christ whose traveling parents also had to get shelter in a stable cause there was no room in the nearby inn!!
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ZimLive 13h
Zengeza West MP Job Sikhala has been granted Z$25,000 bail on appeal by Justice Erica Ndewere at the Harare High Court. Sikhala, who is also the MDC Alliance vice chairman, faces charges of incitement of violence
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Hopewell Chin’ono 10h
It was great seeing Zimbabwean member of parliament finally getting bail. The faces of his wife, children & himself say it all. I shared a prison cell with Sikhala at Chikurubi. We spent 17 hours locked-up in the packed prison cell without running water daily!
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John Nkengasong 13h
The partnership with has been exceptional since our beginnings – believing in before we believed in ourselves. The foundation’s early support of the Africa CDC demonstrated faith of African-driven solutions to the continent’s challenges.
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Sophie Mokoena 10h
How about a one on one with African Perspective on SABC? 🤔🤔🤔
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Hopewell Chin’ono 11h
Being send to Chikurubi Prison gave me a front-row seat to witness ZANUPF incompetence & direct consequences of Government LOOTING & corruption. The place is like a NAZI concentration camp. This is 1 of more articles to come about life inside ED’s jails!
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Hopewell Chin’ono 11h
So good to be back! Contrary to many misinformed narratives, I am not banned from twitter. My bail order bans me from talking about protests or violence on twitter. I never talked about that, so I am fine with it! It was twitter which was taking time to reactivate my account!
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Sarah Kimani 11h
Replying to @sarahkimani
It's very easy get political parties to be gender sensitive and these problems will be solved.
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Sarah Kimani 11h
Eish these male MPs. To imagine that women voted for them.
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Sherwin Bryce-Pease 11h
Here's the English translation of Russia's President Vladimir Putin telling the General Assembly that the Permanent 5 members of the UNSC should retain their veto power arguing that such a right remains indicative of the actual political and military balance to this day. Africa?
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Sherwin Bryce-Pease 11h
Russia's President Putin tells that P5 members of UNSC should retain veto powers which is a prerequisite for council to continue as a cornerstone of global governance. Says that right is indicative of actual political and military balance (of power) to this day
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