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Obama in Africa

Follow our coverage as America's first black president visits Africa.
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The Obamas say goodbye to Africa Read Full Article
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US President and former foe George W Bush found common ground in Africa on Tuesday. Read Full Article
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Sacci has welcomed US President Barack Obama's move to extend a tariff-free trade agreement with Africa beyond 2015 Read Full Article
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President Barack Obama brushed up on his linguistic skills before meeting with students at UCT and won over SA with his take on local languages. Read Full Article
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US President Barack Obama and his family have landed in Tanzania, the last country on his Africa trip. Read Full Article
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US President, Barack Obama, delivered a powerful address at the University of Cape Town. He greeted the crowd in most of SA's indigenous languages, and then said, "Howzit!" Read Full Article
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US President Barack Obama is in Cape Town. He will visit Robben Island, and will later deliver an address at the University of Cape Town, as well as visit an HIV/AIDS Centre. Read Full Article
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United States President Barack Obama and South African President Jacob Zuma discussed plans that can see the two countries doing more business together. Read Full Article
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Protesters at the University of Johannesburg's Soweto Campus demanded that the US halt its aggressive policies, which lead to crimes against humanity. Read Full Article
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President Barack Obama and his family will head to Cape Town to visit Robben Island where former president Nelson Mandela spent years as a prisoner. Read Full Article

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