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Gregory Walton

Gregory Walton

    Biya's backers deny Cameroon in chaos at rally in restive region
    Biya's backers deny Cameroon in chaos at rally in restive region
    "One group can't threaten the whole nation. We're not scared," said technician Mohamed Saulu Muha, 35, who travelled to the heart of the separatist...
    Curfew in anglophone Cameroon ahead of 'independence' anniversary
    Curfew in anglophone Cameroon ahead of 'independence' anniversary
    Cameroon imposed a 48-hour curfew on its English-speaking regions a day ahead of the one-year anniversary of a symbolic "independence" declaration...
    MTN affair casts shadow over Nigeria's economy, say analysts
    MTN affair casts shadow over Nigeria's economy, say analysts
    Nigeria's decision to order South African telecoms giant MTN to repay billions of dollars that it had allegedly illegally repatriated over a period...
    May kicks off first Africa tour as British PM
    May kicks off first Africa tour as British PM
    British Prime Minister Theresa May touched down in Cape Town Tuesday as she kicked off a tour of the African continent where she hopes to lay the...
    England snap losing streak
    England snap losing streak
    Brilliant goal-kicking by Owen Farrell and a superbly created Jonny May try gave England a 25-10 dead-rubber Test win over South Africa Saturday...
    South Africa beats England 23-12 to clinch rugby Test series
    South Africa beats England 23-12 to clinch rugby Test series
    South Africa took a winning 2-0 series lead over England by winning a full-blooded second Test 23-12 in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
    Ramaphosa admits 'disunity' as Zuma fights exit
    Ramaphosa admits 'disunity' as Zuma fights exit
    Cyril Ramaphosa admitted on Sunday to "disunity and discord" in the ruling ANC party as the deadlocked effort to oust scandal-tainted...
    As Cape Town drought bites, what is 'Day Zero'?
    As Cape Town drought bites, what is 'Day Zero'?
    Cape Town is in the grip of a catastrophic three-year-long drought as winter rains have repeatedly failed causing dam levels to drop to dangerously...
    Panic and blame as Cape Town braces for water shut-off
    Panic and blame as Cape Town braces for water shut-off
    For some residents of drought-stricken Cape Town, the prospect of the taps running dry is almost too much to bear.
    Spice and all things rice: Lagos pays homage to jollof
    Spice and all things rice: Lagos pays homage to jollof
    In Nigeria, jollof rice isn't just a tasty West African dish – it's a national obsession.