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Somali spaza shop owners take up arms
Somali spaza shop owners take up arms
On Tuesday, teenager Ismail “Sakin” Ali became the 21st Somali to be killed in the city of Cape Town’s townships in 40 days. But hardly...
Returning refugees happy to be home, despite hardship
Returning refugees happy to be home, despite hardship
When the news reached Adiqa that Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camps would soon be shut down and everyone living in them had to leave, she wasn’t sure...
The stratified diasporas of Somalians
The stratified diasporas of Somalians
Somali migrants constitute a diaspora whose members have, through transnational mobility, created a Somali diasporic space on different continents....
The devil is in the execution of Africa's ideas
The devil is in the execution of Africa's ideas
Dr Nkosana Moyo held his audience rapt last Friday when he addressed a gathering of the African Leadership Network. The network is a platform for...
Nato says it's winning war against Somali piracy
Nato says it's winning war against Somali piracy
"We are getting more successful in reducing the Somali piracy threats with our constant patrolling but the international community must continue...
Bomb blast kills 10 in Kenya
Bomb blast kills 10 in Kenya
Garissa is an important military base from where ground forces have been deployed into Somalia to fight al Qaeda-linked insurgents.
Search for kidnapped aid workers in Somalia intensifies
Search for kidnapped aid workers in Somalia intensifies
Dadaab is the world's largest refugee camp.
Cape Somalis 'still being threatened'
Cape Somalis 'still being threatened'
Somali-born Omer Abdi Dubay moved to a predominantly coloured area of the Strand near Cape Town to escape xenophobia after the anti-immigrant...
AU peacekeepers accused of killing civilians
AU peacekeepers accused of killing civilians
The deputy mayor of Somali capital Mogadishu has accused African Union (AU) peacekeepers of opening fire on commuter buses, killing more than 20...
Somali shops looted in the Eastern Cape
Somali shops looted in the Eastern Cape
About 200 people have looted shops owned by Somalis in Jeffreys Bay, following the alleged rape of a four-year-old girl, police said on Tuesday....

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