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South Africa's Zuma files application challenging graft report - eNCA TV


JOHANNESBURG South Africa's president has sought clarification from an anti-graft watchdog that he would be able to question witnesses himself before it finalised a report on accusations he allowed an Indian-born business family to interfere in state affairs.

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Economic gender parity nearly two centuries off, WEF finds 25 Oct 2016

ZURICH Progress in closing the global workplace gender gap is slowing dramatically, according to a World Economic Forum study, with a notable exception in Rwanda, a country still emerging from the aftermath of genocide that has become the world's leader on equal pay.


Bollore executive says speed a factor in Cameroon derailment 25 Oct 2016

PARIS A train that derailed in Cameroon killing at least 79 people on Friday had recently had its number of carriages doubled and was travelling at twice the normal speed when it crashed, the chairman of the train operator's parent company told Reuters.


Attackers kill 12 in Kenyan guesthouse blast near Somali border 25 Oct 2016

NAIROBI Attackers blew up part of a hotel in northeastern Kenya, killing at least 12 people on Tuesday, in a raid claimed by al Shabaab militants from neighbouring Somalia. | Video


U.N. urges South Sudan to defuse growing tensions between ethnic groups 25 Oct 2016

GENEVA South Sudan is suffering a rise in hate speech and incitement to violence against certain ethnic groups which could result in mass atrocities if the government does not act, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Tuesday.


As Calais 'Jungle' closes, women migrants in smaller camps fear influx 25 Oct 2016

NORRENT-FONTES, France (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - At a small, muddy makeshift migrant camp in the quiet countryside of Norrent-Fontes, some 70 kilometres (43 miles) from Calais in northern France, Ethiopian and Eritrean women prepare to cook injera, a type of flatbread, for their lunch.