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Report: Emmerson Mnangagwa sacks dozens of Robert Mugabe workers

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has sacked dozens of workers paid by the government to work on Robert Mugabe's private properties in another setback for the former Zimbabwean president, a newspaper said Friday.

Zimbabwean police chief ‘sued for $3m over torture, harassment’ – report

Zimbabwe's outgoing police chief Augustine Chihuri has reportedly been sued for $3m after a Harare business man accused him of torture and harassment.

Zimbabwe opposition unite to oust Mugabe in 2018 polls

Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday reunited with his former allies to agree a pre-election pact to challenge President Robert Mugabe’s near four-decade hold on power at the polls next year.

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Mikel Obi

Gernot Rohr: Mikel Obi will be fit for Argentina clash

Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr is confident Mikel Obi will recover in time for next Tuesday’s final group game against Argentina at the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Adama Barrow of The Gambia

Gambia leader meets victims’ families after deadly protest

Gambian president Adama Barrow paid tribute on Friday to three young protesters killed by police in an anti-pollution rally, urging witnesses to come forward to a commission of inquiry set up by his government.

Nigerian Army kills seven Boko Haram terrorists, recovers weapons

The Nigerian Army says its men killed seven Boko Haram terrorists and recovered weapons in Azaya Kalmari village in Mafa local government area of Borno state on Friday.
Jose Enrique

Ex-Liverpool defender Jose Enrique recovering from brain surgery

Former Liverpool and Newcastle defender Jose Enrique is recovering from surgery to remove a brain tumour.
Senegal

‘Racist’ tweet could inspire Senegal in World Cup showdown

Senegal face Japan on Sunday at the World Cup fired up by an “ignorant” tweet by a British tycoon and reality television star that has become the talk of the team.