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Michael Gambon, veteran actor who played Dumbledore in ‘Harry Potter’ films, dies at age 82

Gambon was always protective when it came to his private life. He married Anne Miller and they had one son, Fergus. He later had two sons with set designer Philippa Hart.
By AP 13h ago
Mandela's granddaughter dies aged 43
Mandela's granddaughter dies aged 43
A message on her Instagram page said Ms Mandela went into hospital on 18 September for treatment for metastatic cancer, which was on her hip, liver, lung, pelvis, brain and spinal cord.
By Sky News Sep. 26, 2023
Eight electrocuted after heavy rains in South Africa
Landslides and rockfalls forced the closure of a number of major roads leading into Cape Town.
By BBC News Sep. 26, 2023
Uproar over proposal to lengthen Kenya president's term
However, the proposal has sparked outrage among a section of Kenyans with the opposition accusing the government of plotting to abolish presidential term limits.
By BBC News Sep. 25, 2023
Chinese loans to Africa plummet to near two-decade low - study
While those two years coincide with the COVID-19 pandemic, researcher Oyintarelado Moses told Reuters that there are other contributing factors.
By Reuters Sep. 25, 2023
Chinese military faces severe problems and challenges
China has been making efforts to modernize its armed forces, which saw heavy investments in research and development of modern weapons and equipment
By The Hongkong Post Sep. 25, 2023
ZEP holders breath sigh of relief following court decision to reserve judgment till further notice
The application was heard on Monday after the department sought to challenge the court’s findings that the termination of ZEP permits by the government is unlawful.
By The Star Sep. 20, 2023
Rescuers race to find survivors over 48 hours after Morocco quake
People have been salvaging possessions from the ruins of their homes and describing desperate scenes as they dug with their bare hands to find relatives.
By Reuters Sep. 11, 2023
Police stop Lungu from attending church service
Lungu and his wife had travelled to Ndola for a church function held at St. Andrews Church being hosted by the Ndola Pastors' Fellowship.
By Online Sep. 9, 2023
African Union becomes permanent member of G-20
The African Union has advocated for full membership for seven years, spokesperson Ebba Kalondo said. Until now, South Africa was the bloc’s only G20 member.
By AP news Sep. 9, 2023
Pick n Pay founder Raymond Ackerman dies at 92
The cause of his death was not disclosed in an emailed statement.
By Reuters Sep. 7, 2023
Gabon coup leaders name General Brice Oligui Nguema as new leader
Army officers appeared on TV in the early hours of Wednesday to say they had taken power.
By BBC News Aug. 31, 2023
Anonymous Sudan hacks X to put pressure on Elon Musk over Starlink
X is the latest victim of the gang hacking to "benefit Sudan and Islam".
By BBC News Aug. 31, 2023
Donald Trump allegedly inflated his net worth by as much as $2.2bn in 2014
Letitia James, a Democrat, is seeking summary judgment in her multimillion-dollar civil suit against the Trump Organization over its financial affairs.
By The Guardian Aug. 31, 2023
Johannesburg fire: 73 dead in blaze at city centre building
The building is located in what was formerly a business district in South Africa's economic hub. It was being used as an informal settlement, Mr Mulaudzi said.
By BBC News Aug. 31, 2023
S.Africa's disgraced ANC leader forms new party ahead of vote
Magashule said his new formation aimed at championing the plight of "all South Africans", calling it a new home for "the homeless, the betrayed and the fatigued."
By Agence France-Presse Aug. 30, 2023
FBI reports that China hacked email of US Congressman
Chinese intelligence services had access to Bacon's accounts for about one month ending on 16th June, officials said
By Bignews network Aug. 24, 2023
'Carte Blanche' presenter Derek Watts has died
M-Net issued a statement, extending its condolences to the family: “We remember him as a dedicated investigative journalist and a long-standing presenter of Carte Blanche.
By TimesLIVE Aug. 22, 2023
‘We are tired’ – Zimbabweans headed home to vote pin their hopes on change to end their ‘suffering’
“I am not in South Africa by choice, but by poverty. Maybe if I vote this time  around things will change for real. And if they do, I will happily go back home.”   
By Daily Maverick Aug. 22, 2023
Kwita Izina: 23 baby gorillas to be named on Sept. 1
Since the beginning of the naming ceremony first held in 2005, 374 baby gorillas have been named.
By New times Aug. 17, 2023
Tibetan NGOs organise candlelight vigil to mark International Prisoners Justice Day
Speaking to ANI, Tashi Dhondup said,"Many people are unaware or little bit aware about the prison and prisoners inside Tibet
By ANI News Aug. 17, 2023
China funded over USD 130,000 to Solomon Islands newspaper for favourable coverage: Report
An editorial in the Solomon Star's Tuesday edition defended its Chinese government funding.
By ANI News Aug. 17, 2023
More than 60 migrants feared dead at sea off Cape Verde coast
Thirty-eight people, including children, were rescued, with footage showing them being helped ashore, some on stretchers, on the island of Sal.
By BBC News Aug. 17, 2023
China aims to deploy its citizens in counter-espionage
The Ministry of State Security is a lot secretive about its work and even its public website does not describe its activities, according to CNN. 
By ANI News Aug. 14, 2023
Uganda president defiant after World Bank suspends funding over LGBT law
Museveni said in a statement that Uganda was trying to reduce borrowing in any case and would not give in to pressure from foreign institutions.
By Reuters Aug. 10, 2023
Former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan sentenced to three years in jail
Khan has denied all wrongdoing and his lawyer, Intezar Hussain Panjutha, said they would be appealing against the ruling, calling it a case of “political victimisation”.
By The Guardian Aug. 5, 2023
Nigeria-led regional bloc ready to flex its muscle in Niger
One is a lingering deep sense of hostility towards France over its post-colonial record in Francophone Africa, which is being stirred up to justify the coup.
By The Guardian Aug. 4, 2023
Criticism over 'leak' of Kenyatta's UK trip details
Last week, the former president accused the government of harassing his family.
By BBC News Aug. 1, 2023