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Ukraine war: Price cap on Russian oil will hit Putin immediately - US

The cap, approved by Western allies on Friday, is aimed at stopping countries paying more than $60 (£48) for a barrel of seaborne Russian crude oil.
By BBC News 20h ago
South Africa’s Ramaphosa faces impeachment threat over farm scandal
South Africa’s Ramaphosa faces impeachment threat over farm scandal
Parliament will examine the report, which was submitted on Wednesday, and decide whether to push ahead with impeachment proceedings
By Aljazeera Dec. 1, 2022
Kenyans rush for state loans hours after launch
More than a million Kenyans have registered to a government loan scheme targeting the youth and informal traders
By BBC News Dec. 1, 2022
Nigeria to abolish English in junior school
The Nigerian government has announced a policy aimed at promoting the teaching of primary school pupils in local languages
By BBC News Dec. 1, 2022
Thirty jihadist suspects killed in Mozambique - Samim
Nangade still has strongholds of jihadists, who have carried out daily attacks against villages, farms and military positions.
By BBC News Dec. 1, 2022
Former Chinese President Jiang Zemin dies aged 96
Jiang died at 12:13 p.m. (0413 GMT) in his home city of Shanghai.
By Reuters Nov. 30, 2022
Ruto's cabinet to forgo one-month salary in support of drought victims
The Cabinet in light of this resolved that the farmers' produce will be accorded priority access to the market.
By KBC Nov. 30, 2022
Janusz Walus stabbed in South African prison
The attack came after a monument in honour of Mr Hani was vandalised on Saturday at the cemetery where he is buried.
By BBC News Nov. 30, 2022
Clarence Gilyard, ‘Die Hard’ and ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ star, dead at 66
He portrayed Chuck Norris’ crime-fighting partner Jimmy Trivette on “Walker, Texas Ranger.”
By CNN Nov. 29, 2022
China asserts dominance and intensifies surveillance in Tibet
According to Tibet Rights Collective, the CCP asks the local government to report all political crimes, profile DNA reports and listen to personal phone conversations.
By ANI Nov. 29, 2022
Mauna Loa: World's largest active volcano erupts in Hawaii
According to the USGS, Mauna Loa has erupted 33 times since 1843. The previous eruption in 1984 sent lava flows within 5 miles of Hilo, the island's most populous town.
By BBC News Nov. 29, 2022
Election materials destroyed in Nigeria arson attack
Inec national commissioner Festus Okoye said no one was injured in the attack but all poll materials in the office were destroyed.
By BBC News Nov. 28, 2022
Al-Shabab militants holed up in hotel room - officials
Officials in Somalia say al-Shabab militants are holed up in a hotel room surrounded by government forces.
By BBC News Nov. 28, 2022
Malawi vice president arrested for corruption - graft watchdog
Malawi's Anti-Corruption Bureau has arrested the country's Vice President Saulos Klaus Chilima over corruption allegations, it said on Friday.
By Reuters Nov. 25, 2022
Kanye West announces 2024 presidential bid
West said his request for a running mate left the former president, who recently launched his own re-election campaign, "most perturbed".
By BBC News Nov. 25, 2022
SA prison service opposes Jacob Zuma's return to jail
The Supreme Court of Appeal had on Monday ordered Mr Zuma to return to prison
By BBC News Nov. 24, 2022
Somalia launches anti-al-Shabab TV channel
Somalia has launched a new TV channel named Daljir to counter al-Shabab’s propaganda
By BBC News Nov. 24, 2022
Pit bull kills child in South Africa
A one-year-old child was mauled to death by a pit bull dog in South Africa
By BBC News Nov. 24, 2022
Namibia takes down statue of German colonial officer
The statue of a controversial German colonial officer in Namibia's capital Windhoek has been taken down
By BBC News Nov. 23, 2022
King Charles to host South African president in first state visit of new reign
Mr Ramaphosa is also set to address politicians in a joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament.
By BBC News Nov. 22, 2022
Cambodia needs to tread cautiously in defending China and its debt diplomacy: report
It is widely believed that a secret agreement between Cambodia and China allows the latter to use some facilities for military purposes.
By ANI News Nov. 22, 2022
SA ex-President Jacob Zuma ordered to return to jail
South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has ordered former President Jacob Zuma to return to prison
By BBC News Nov. 21, 2022
South Africa pit bulls burnt to death after attacking child
A local animal welfare charity reported that the child was mauled in a field in the Gatesville neighbourhood
By BBC News Nov. 21, 2022
Veteran leader on course for Equatorial Guinea poll win
Preliminary results on the presidential election show that 80-year-old leader has received the majority of votes.
By BBC News Nov. 21, 2022
Elon Musk starts Twitter poll on whether to bring back Trump
Another source said the company was planning to shut down one of Twitter's three main U.S. data centers, at the SMF1 facility near Sacramento, to save costs.
By Reuters Nov. 19, 2022
Israel's 'most wanted gang leader' arrested in SA
South African police have arrested an Israeli fugitive, who they describe as Israel's most wanted
By BBC News Nov. 17, 2022
First U.N. aid convoy since ceasefire enters Ethiopia's Tigray
Fifteen trucks carrying food aid entered Ethiopia's Tigray region on Wednesday
By Reuters Nov. 16, 2022
Pitbull owners commended for surrendering their dogs to SPCA
This follows a number of attacks involving this breed of dog.
By EWN NEWS Nov. 16, 2022