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6 March 2015
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06 Mar 2015
 
 
South Africa's Eskom may sell assets to raise cash – CEO
ELECTRICITY
South Africa's cash-strapped power utility Eskom may sell some of its assets to raise capital as it scrambles to light up Africa's most advanced economy, the company's chief executive said on...
Updated 4 hours ago
 
 
Lesotho looks to hold on to peace after early elections
ELECTIONS
South African deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa said Lesotho should form a government promptly after weekend polls and push ahead with constitutional and security reform to avoid a recurrence of...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Power cuts unlikely – Eskom
ELECTRICITY
Scheduled blackouts are unlikely to happen on Friday and the weekend, Eskom said. "Our aspiration is not to have loadshedding today and the weekend," spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe said.
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
South Sudan peace talks to go on until Friday
peace talks
Peace talks between South Sudan's government and rebels will extend beyond a Thursday deadline set by mediators to allow them to finalise details on power sharing, mediators from the regional East...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Liberia releases last known Ebola patient from care
EBOLA OUTBREAK
Liberia's last Ebola patient left hospital on Thursday to cheers of delight from friends and family, a year after the West African country reported its first case. Liberia's capital, Monrovia, was...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Bar South Sudan leaders from transition – inquiry draft
POLITICS
A much-anticipated African Union inquiry calls for South Sudan's president and his rival to be barred from a transitional government and for the oil-producing country to effectively be placed under...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Dozens killed in suspected Boko Haram attack in north Nigeria
ATTACK
At least 45 people were killed by suspected Boko Haram militants at dawn on Tuesday in a remote village of Nigeria's northeastern Borno state, military sources and authorised vigilante groups told...
Updated 4 hours ago
 
 
Libyan factions hold peace talks in Morocco
peace talks
Libya's warring factions held United Nations-backed talks on Thursday in an effort to end a conflict between two rival governments that threatens to drive the country into full-blown civil war. Air...
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