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Baby Western lowland gorilla born at the Toronto Zoo

Toronto - Ngozi and Charles, the couple of critically endangered Western lowland gorillas, are the proud parents of a baby gorilla born last week at the Toronto Zoo. Mother and baby are doing well, but gender of the newborn has not yet been determined.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar - 2 comments

Angola denies claim that Islam declared illegal

After numerous media reports claiming that Angola had banned Islam and closed mosques in the country, a government spokesperson has denied the charges.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 15 comments

Angola reportedly bans Islam

According to several reports, the African nation of Angola has declared Islam illegal, and has ordered mosques throughout the country be closed and demolished.
In the Media by Saunon Malek - 15 comments

Op-Ed: Should Africa remember the crimes of totalitarian dictatorship?

Pretoria - There is a real danger that George Santayana’s famous aphorism about those forgetting the past being doomed to repeat it could be seen at work again in Africa, with the increase in the gap between rich and poor and strident revolutionary voices.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo

Review: OZ, the movie, is great and powerful but what's with that makeup?

Oz The Great and Powerful has taken over box offices around the globe by storm. But after the transformations am I the only one thinking what's with Mila Kunis's makeup?
In the Media by Micki Hogan - 2 comments

Children killed in Angola stampede

Four children were among over a dozen people that have died in a stampede at a stadium used for evangelical vigil in the Angolan capital Luanda on New Year's Eve. Reports say the stampede also left 120 others injured in the southern African country.
In the Media by Samuel Okocha - 1 comment

CITIC’s chairman visits Angola, lauds Dos Santos’ initiatives

Chang Zhenming, chairman of Chinese state-investment company CITIC, ended on Wednesday a two-day trip to Angola where he visited his company’s main investments sites.
In the Media by Eric Deville

Ruling party posts win in Angola election

Luanda - Jose dos Santos Angolan president and his MPLA party have won the Angolan election. The MPLA received almost three quarters of the votes according to provisional results
In the Media by Ken Hanly

USA thrashes Nigeria 156-73 at the Olympics

London - Led by Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook, and Kobe Bryant, the Dream Team broke Team USA all time Olympic record of 133 points, by thrashing the Nigerian squad 156-73.
In the Media by Edwin Jusino - 6 comments

Historic centre of Pelourinho, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil Special

Salvador - Third largest city in Brazil, Salvador, in the state of Bahia on the Atlantic coast, holds the architectural beauty of Portuguese origin that is spiced up with African history, culture and traditions.
Digital Journal Report by Joseph Boltrukiewicz - 2 comments

Southern Africa can see off Somali pirates, navy chiefs say Special

Durban - The naval leadership of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) says although international efforts in fighting piracy are important, it can take care of its own waters, as long as the region can develop its shipbuilding capacity.
Digital Journal Report by Christopher Szabo - 1 comment

South African defence minister addresses 'increase in conflict' Special

Johannesburg - South Africa's Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu says there has been "an increase in conflict on the African continent" and defence ministers of the Southern African Development Community are debating ways of dealing with this.
Digital Journal Report by Christopher Szabo

Miss Angola is now Miss Universe

Leila Lopes, the 25-year-old Miss Angola, who also won Miss Angola UK in 2010, is now the new Miss Universe in the hotly contested pageant held in Sao Paulo, Brazil Monday night
In the Media by Leo Reyes

Op-Ed: NGOs: The Parasitic Altruists

Some NGOs genuinely contribute to enhancing welfare, to the mitigation of hunger, the furtherance of human and civil rights, or the curbing of disease. Others are ideologically biased, religiously-committed and, often, at the service of special interests.
In the Media by Sam Vaknin - 2 comments

Famous South African unit remembers its fallen; opens museum Special

Johannesburg - Veterans of one of the most famous South African units of the post-war era gathered at the National War Museum to remember their fallen comrades and to express pride in their achievements.
Digital Journal Report by Christopher Szabo

Explorer finishes coast-to-coast trek across Africa Special

An explorer has completed his journey from coast to coast across Africa. Julian Monroe Fisher arrived in Angola after travelling across the continent, largely on foot, from Mozambique.
Digital Journal Report by Lynn Morris

Explorer starts coast-to-coast walk across Africa Special

At dawn tomorrow an explorer will set off from a deserted beach in Mozambique to walk across Africa. Julian Monroe Fisher, 56, will walk 4,000 miles across the continent to finish his journey in Angola.
Digital Journal Report by Lynn Morris - 1 comment

Explorer about to set off to walk coast to coast across Africa Special

An intrepid explorer is about to set off on a 4,000-mile journey from coast to coast across Africa. Julian Monroe Fisher, 56, is going to walk alone from Pemba, Mozambique to Lobito, Angola through Malawi, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Digital Journal Report by Lynn Morris - 2 comments

Gorilla that walks upright like a man becomes wildlife sensation

Lympne - A male Silverback gorilla, called Ambam, has astonished animal observers around the world after he began walking upright in his open enclosure at a wildlife park in Kent, south-east England.
In the Media by Kev Hedges - 2 comments

11 injured in two-storey leap after seeing 'the Devil'

Paris - Eleven people jumped out of a second flat window in La Verriere, a small town west of Paris, after having apparently been terrified by the belief that one of their occupants was the devil.
In the Media by Aidan Phillips - 4 comments
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