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Goodluck Jonathan sworn in a President

After the death of President Umaru Yar'Adua yesterday, Goodluck Jonathan was today sworn in as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Goodluck Jonathan sworn in as President



Nigeria's President Umaru Yar'Adua is dead

The death of Nigeria's President Umaru Yar'Adua has been confirmed by the Presidency. He was 58 years old. Al Jazeera reports.

President Yar'Adua's death confirmed



Yar Adua is dead - Nigerian Newspaper

The Nigerian Newspaper - Thisday is this evening reporting that the President of Nigeria Umar Yar' Adua has died.

Yar'Adua dies



Christiane Amanpour interviews Goodluck Jonathan

CNN's Christiane Amanpour interview Nogeria's acting President Goodluck Jonathan.

Interview with Goodluck Jonathan



Goodluck Jonathan hold talks with Obama

In a sign that the political uncertainty that gripped Nigeria following the illness of President Umaru Yar'Adua has eased, acting President Goodluck Jonathan embarked on a high profile visit to the United States where he held talks with President Barack Obama.

Jonathan meets Obama



Julius Malema to face disciplinary action

The controversial Youth Leader of South Africa's African National Congress Julius Malema is to face disciplinary action over serious of actions that have embarrassed the ruling party.

Malema to be disciplined



Boycotts mar Sudan elections

Sudan's multi party elections are in danger of becoming a farce as opposition partied in both the North and South of the country boycott the elections.

Boycotts mar Sudan election



"Gay sex" link to Eugene Terreblanche's death

The murder of South African white supremist leader Eugene Terreblanche has taken a surprising twist as the defence lawyers have alleged that the prime suspects, two black farm workers were subject to a gay sex attack by Eugene Terrblanche.

Gay rape alleged in Terreblanch murder



Farm hands charged in Eugene TerreBlanche murder

Two farm labourers were today charged to court in connection with the murder of white separatist leader Eugene TerreBlanche.

Court tension over TerreBlanche murder



Nigeria's acting President swears in new cabinet.

Goodluck Jonathan has sworn in a new cabinet with several new faces taking up their ministerial positions. Appointments on note are those to the Finance and Oil ministries.

Jonathan swears in cabinet




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Guinea Bissau tension eases as PM resumes duty.

The political tension in Guinea-Bissau has eased after Prime Minister Carlos Gomes Junior resumed duties after being held bymutining soldiers last week.

Guinea Bissau Prime Minister resumes after mutiny



Afrikanerbond calls murder of Eugene Terreblanche a defining moment

Peter Vorster chairman of the Afrikaner nationalist society the Afrikanerbond has said the manner in which the death of Eugene Terreblanche is dealt with will be a defining moment in South Africa's history.

Terreblanche death a defining moment



Racial Tension in South Africa as right wing leader murdered.

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma call for calm after white supremacist Leader Eugene Terreblanche is allegedly killed by two of his fam workers.

Eugene Terreblanche killed



Julius Malema defies court order sings "Kill the Boer"

African National Congress Youth League president Julius Malema defied a South African court order to desist from singing "dubula ibhunu" (kill the boer), insisting the interdict does not apply in Zimbabwe where he was on a visit.

Malema sings



Attempted Coup in Guinea-Bissau

Sections of Guinea Bissau's army have mutinied and seized the head of the army and also briefly detained the Prime Minister Carlos Gomes Junior.

Mutiny in Guinea Bissau



Lord's Resistance Army kills hundreds in Eastern Congo.

A Human Rights report has revealed the Ugandan rebels the Lord's Resistance Army were responsible for the massacre of over 300 unarmed civilians in north eastern Congo.

Ugandan rebels kill hundreds



Akunyili in clash with Pro-Yar Adua senators.

The screening of Dora Akunyili nominated as minister in the new cabinet by Nigeria's acting President Goodluck Jonathan has proved explosive. Akunyili was involved in a verbal battle with supporters of ailing President Umaru Yar Adua who accused the former Informat

Akunyili faces tough Senate questioning



Jub Jub case state prosecutor was "re-assigned" not "fired"

South Africa's National Prosecuting Authority says prosecutor in the Jub Jub murder case André Lambrecht was not sacked only reassigned.

Jub Jub Prosecutor fired ?



List of new Nigerian ministerial nominees revealed.

Nigeria's acting President has revealed a list of new Ministerial nominees following his dissolution of the Federal cabinet last week. Surprises include the absence of Dr Dora Akunyili and the inclusion of Alhaji Mutallab Yar'Adua nephew of the ailing President Umaru Yar'Adua.

Nigeria new ministerial nominees announced.



Goodluck Jonathan set to announce new cabinet.

Lobbying is set to have reach fever pitch in Abuja as Goodluck Jonathan is said to be close to completing his new lists of ministers following his dissolution of the Federal Cabinet last week.

Jonathan set to announce new cabinet





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