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Sudan protests: Out of the frying pan into the fire
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Politics and Society Sudan protests: Out of the frying pan into the fire

The political situation in Sudan remains tense and precarious. Reports say 128 people have been killed and more than 300 critically injured since June 3, when the military violently dispersed a sit-in camp in the capital Khartoum. Despite the ongoing violence by the military, demonstrators remain resolute to continue with their movement.

Beyond Blue: A list of acts you can do to help the people of Sudan
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Politics and Society Beyond Blue: A list of acts you can do to help the people of Sudan

#BlueforSudan: Global awareness of the horrific violence and oppression currently happening in Sudan is gaining traction. Social media users the world over have been mobilized to change their profile pictures to a specific shade of blue in solidarity. What more is there to do? Here’s a list of ways you can take your support past Sudan blue.

African Union honours Africa’s fallen heroes and heroines
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Politics and Society African Union honours Africa’s fallen heroes and heroines

In celebration of this year’s Africa Day, the African Union honoured African soldiers, “heroes and heroines” from its member states who lost their lives in the quest for peace and stability in Africa, by erecting a memorial wall. The memorial is at the Julius Nyerere Peace and Security Building at AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

What is Africa’s stake in Notre Dame?
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Politics and Society What is Africa’s stake in Notre Dame?

After the Notre Dame fire, many straight-shooters among us turned to social media to offer a history lesson on all the unsavoury things France has done to Africa and remind us why it is not our place to catch feelings. Instead of being salty and criticising the West for stepping up to handle something they consider an emergency, should our reaction not be to reflect on ourselves as a society and what our priorities are? asks Lineo Segoete