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South Africa: Pay Black Women Healthcare Workers, The Backbone of Our Health Sector

[allAfrica] It will take the average professional nurse 65 years to earn the annual salary of a chief executive officer of one of the private hospital groups in South Africa.
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South Africa: Pay Black Women Healthcare Workers, The Backbone of Our Health Sector

[allAfrica] It will take the average professional nurse 65 years to earn the annual salary of a chief executive officer of one of the private hospital groups in South Africa.

Africa: Using the Demographic Dividend as Anchor to Fight COVID-19

[allAfrica] The Year 2020 will be remembered as the year that heralded great global changes in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. This debilitating contagion has forced the entire world to rethink the future. Among them are stimulating the global economies an
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Africa: Using the Demographic Dividend as Anchor to Fight COVID-19

[allAfrica] The Year 2020 will be remembered as the year that heralded great global changes in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. This debilitating contagion has forced the entire world to rethink the future. Among them are stimulating the global economies and instituting newer social, professional and institutional protocols.

Kenya: The Borehole That Transformed Lives of Turkana's Desert Farmers

[allAfrica] Nairobi -Launched in 2014, Natiira self help group is based in Turkana, more than 500km from Nairobi, Kenya's capital. Natiira Ateni is a Turkana phrase which means  «a place of many acacia trees». As the name suggests, the area is se
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Kenya: The Borehole That Transformed Lives of Turkana's Desert Farmers

[allAfrica] Nairobi -Launched in 2014, Natiira self help group is based in Turkana, more than 500km from Nairobi, Kenya's capital. Natiira Ateni is a Turkana phrase which means  «a place of many acacia trees». As the name suggests, the area is semi-arid with an alluvial sand and clay soil terrain.

Kenya: How This Turkana Community Group Became Crop Farmers

[allAfrica] Nairobi -Natiira Ateni Self Help Group was formed in August 2014. The group was formed by former pastoralists who had lost their livelihoods after losing their cattle during frequent cattle rustling  raids by the Toposas of South Sudan. Wycliffe
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Kenya: How This Turkana Community Group Became Crop Farmers

[allAfrica] Nairobi -Natiira Ateni Self Help Group was formed in August 2014. The group was formed by former pastoralists who had lost their livelihoods after losing their cattle during frequent cattle rustling  raids by the Toposas of South Sudan. Wycliffe Juma, the monitoring and evaluation officer at CEZAM has overseen the development and rollout of the project since 2017.

Kenya: Natiira Ateni - Greening The Desert in Turkana County

[allAfrica] Nairobi -Natiira Ateni Self Help group is located at Natira village, Turkana west sub county, Turkana county along Lodwar- Lokichogio highway which is about 150 kilometres away from Lodwar town. Young people are often dismissed from leadership pos
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Kenya: Natiira Ateni - Greening The Desert in Turkana County

[allAfrica] Nairobi -Natiira Ateni Self Help group is located at Natira village, Turkana west sub county, Turkana county along Lodwar- Lokichogio highway which is about 150 kilometres away from Lodwar town. Young people are often dismissed from leadership positions where they could meaningfully contribute because of their lack of many years experience. The members of Natiira Ateni Self Help group changed this approach and have put their trust in 22-year-old Augustine Adapal as their enterprise manager.

Rwanda: Random COVID-19 Testing in Kigali to Start July 2

[New Times] The Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) has announced plans to start a new random Covid-19 testing program on the streets of Kigali from Thursday, July 2.
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Rwanda: Random COVID-19 Testing in Kigali to Start July 2

[New Times] The Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) has announced plans to start a new random Covid-19 testing program on the streets of Kigali from Thursday, July 2.

Cameroon: Govt Plans to Improve Infrastructure as AFCON Is Postponed to 2022

[VOA] Cameroon's football (soccer) authorities say they are confident they can complete the infrastructure for hosting the postponed Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), the continent's biggest football championship, in 2022.  The contest was originally scheduled
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Cameroon: Govt Plans to Improve Infrastructure as AFCON Is Postponed to 2022

[VOA] Cameroon's football (soccer) authorities say they are confident they can complete the infrastructure for hosting the postponed Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), the continent's biggest football championship, in 2022.  The contest was originally scheduled for next January but the Confederation of African Football on Tuesday postponed the event for a year because of the coronavirus.

Africa: COVID-19 Cases Across Continent Surpass 418,000 Mark, With 10,406 Deaths

[allAfrica] As of July 2, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 418,211.
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Africa: COVID-19 Cases Across Continent Surpass 418,000 Mark, With 10,406 Deaths

[allAfrica] As of July 2, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 418,211.

Africa: Over 400,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Across Continent After 4.5 Million Tests

[allAfrica] As of July 1, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 404,795.
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Africa: Over 400,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Across Continent After 4.5 Million Tests

[allAfrica] As of July 1, confirmed the COVID-19 case total from 55 African countries has reached 404,795.

Congo-Kinshasa: DR Congo Marks Independence Day Under Political Tensions

[East African] The Democratic Republic of Congo Tuesday marks 60 years since its independence from Belgium in 1960.
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Congo-Kinshasa: DR Congo Marks Independence Day Under Political Tensions

[East African] The Democratic Republic of Congo Tuesday marks 60 years since its independence from Belgium in 1960.

Cameroon: Malabo Halts Construction of Cameroon Border Wall

[VOA] Equatorial Guinea has agreed to pause the construction of a controversial border wall with Cameroon after talks between the two countries' defense ministers in Yaoundé.  The two sides also agreed once again to withdraw troops from their disputed borde
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Cameroon: Malabo Halts Construction of Cameroon Border Wall

[VOA] Equatorial Guinea has agreed to pause the construction of a controversial border wall with Cameroon after talks between the two countries' defense ministers in Yaoundé.  The two sides also agreed once again to withdraw troops from their disputed border after deadly clashes left at least seven people dead. An agreement earlier this month to withdraw forces failed to hold and some border traders are skeptical of this latest pact.

Congo-Kinshasa: Belgian King Expresses Regret for Colonial Abuses in Congo on Country's Independence Day

[VOA] Belgium's King Philippe expressed regret Tuesday for 75 years of his country's exploitative rule in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Belgian King Expresses Regret for Colonial Abuses in Congo on Country's Independence Day

[VOA] Belgium's King Philippe expressed regret Tuesday for 75 years of his country's exploitative rule in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Burundi: Slimmed-Down Cabinet Dominated By Ex-Regime Hardliners

[RFI] Burundi's President Evariste Ndayishimiye has unveiled a slimmed-down cabinet of only 15 ministers, dominated by former regime hardliners such as the head of the feared intelligence service.
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Burundi: Slimmed-Down Cabinet Dominated By Ex-Regime Hardliners

[RFI] Burundi's President Evariste Ndayishimiye has unveiled a slimmed-down cabinet of only 15 ministers, dominated by former regime hardliners such as the head of the feared intelligence service.

Angola: U.S.$500 Million Central Bank Theft Trial Resumes

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court resumes on Tuesday, June 30th, the trial being dubbed «500 million Case», with the final arguments from both the prosecution and the defence.
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Angola: U.S.$500 Million Central Bank Theft Trial Resumes

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court resumes on Tuesday, June 30th, the trial being dubbed «500 million Case», with the final arguments from both the prosecution and the defence.

Congo-Brazzaville: DR Congo Marks Independence Day Under Political Tensions

[East African] The Democratic Republic of Congo Tuesday marks 60 years since its independence from Belgium in 1960.
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Congo-Brazzaville: DR Congo Marks Independence Day Under Political Tensions

[East African] The Democratic Republic of Congo Tuesday marks 60 years since its independence from Belgium in 1960.

Ethiopia: Internet Blackout After Haacaaluu Shot Dead

[allAfrica] Cape Town -A blanket shutdown of the Internet in Ethiopia is being reported by Access Now, an organisation defending the digital rights of users at risk around the world.
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Ethiopia: Internet Blackout After Haacaaluu Shot Dead

[allAfrica] Cape Town -A blanket shutdown of the Internet in Ethiopia is being reported by Access Now, an organisation defending the digital rights of users at risk around the world.

Africa: How Young Africans Find Innovative Solutions to Challenges Posed By COVID-19 Pandemic

[allAfrica] June is Youth Month in South Africa, built around commemorations of the brave students in Soweto on 16 June 1976 who rose up against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction. The same day is also the African Union's International Da
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Africa: How Young Africans Find Innovative Solutions to Challenges Posed By COVID-19 Pandemic

[allAfrica] June is Youth Month in South Africa, built around commemorations of the brave students in Soweto on 16 June 1976 who rose up against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction. The same day is also the African Union's International Day of the African Child. Both these occasions inspire dialogue around issues affecting children and youth. As we reflect on this date and its significance, the following question comes to mind: 'How have young people in Africa responded to the many cha

Africa: Peacebuilding Expertise Plays Role in COVID-19 Era

[allAfrica] As South Africa prepared for its first democratic elections in 1994, political tensions and domestic conflict escalated. Two years earlier, Wiseman Nkuhlu, now Chancellor of the University of Pretoria, was a founding trustee of The African Centre
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Africa: Peacebuilding Expertise Plays Role in COVID-19 Era

[allAfrica] As South Africa prepared for its first democratic elections in 1994, political tensions and domestic conflict escalated. Two years earlier, Wiseman Nkuhlu, now Chancellor of the University of Pretoria, was a founding trustee of The African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (Accord) and has remained on the board. The organisation works «throughout Africa to bring creative African solutions to the challenges posed by conflict». Its Peacebuilding Unit seeks to address the root causes of confl

Angola: Akz 30 Bln Spent On Integrated Municipal Intervention Plan Projects

[ANGOP] Lubango -At least 30 billion kwanzas was earmarked for the implementation of 665 projects of the Integrated Municipal Intervention Plan (PIIM).
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Angola: Akz 30 Bln Spent On Integrated Municipal Intervention Plan Projects

[ANGOP] Lubango -At least 30 billion kwanzas was earmarked for the implementation of 665 projects of the Integrated Municipal Intervention Plan (PIIM).

Cameroon: Reconstruction of War-Torn Regions - Consultations Begin in Buea Today

[Cameroon Tribune] After Bamenda for the North West Region last week, Paul Tasong and team will from 29 June through 3 July, 2020, scout all sectors requiring reconstruction in the South West Region.
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Cameroon: Reconstruction of War-Torn Regions - Consultations Begin in Buea Today

[Cameroon Tribune] After Bamenda for the North West Region last week, Paul Tasong and team will from 29 June through 3 July, 2020, scout all sectors requiring reconstruction in the South West Region.

Cameroon: Rebuilding And Developing NW/SW - North West Reaffirms Total Support

[Cameroon Tribune] It emerged from the end of consultation meetings that victims of the security crisis will benefit FCFA 1.5 to 2.5 million for a house burnt, about FCFA 500,000 for a motorcycle lost etc.
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Cameroon: Rebuilding And Developing NW/SW - North West Reaffirms Total Support

[Cameroon Tribune] It emerged from the end of consultation meetings that victims of the security crisis will benefit FCFA 1.5 to 2.5 million for a house burnt, about FCFA 500,000 for a motorcycle lost etc.

Cameroon: Basic Education - Buea Schools Effectively Using COVID-19 Kits

[Cameroon Tribune] An inspection visit to primary schools in Buea revealed the effectiveness in use of kits offered by UNICEF and MINEDUB.
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Cameroon: Basic Education - Buea Schools Effectively Using COVID-19 Kits

[Cameroon Tribune] An inspection visit to primary schools in Buea revealed the effectiveness in use of kits offered by UNICEF and MINEDUB.

Cameroon: FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 - Australia, New Zealand Selected As Hosts

[Cameroon Tribune] Australia and New Zealand will be the first co-hosts of the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2023. They were unveiled as co-host of the competition during FIFA Council Meeting yesterday June 25, 2020 via video conferencing. Australia and New Zeala
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Cameroon: FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 - Australia, New Zealand Selected As Hosts

[Cameroon Tribune] Australia and New Zealand will be the first co-hosts of the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2023. They were unveiled as co-host of the competition during FIFA Council Meeting yesterday June 25, 2020 via video conferencing. Australia and New Zealand emerged as co-hosts ahead of Colombia. Both countries have never hosted any senior FIFA World Cups, male and female. The joint bid submitted by Football Federation Australia and New Zealand Football received 22 of the 35 valid votes cast by the FIFA Council members in

Cameroon: National Assembly - Synergy to Develop, Valorise Traditional Medicine

[Cameroon Tribune] An information sharing forum took place at the National Assembly on June 25, 2020 on traditional medicine during a special plenary sitting of the House.
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Cameroon: National Assembly - Synergy to Develop, Valorise Traditional Medicine

[Cameroon Tribune] An information sharing forum took place at the National Assembly on June 25, 2020 on traditional medicine during a special plenary sitting of the House.

Africa: Sudanese Forces Arrest Group Heading to Libya to Work As Mercenaries

[SNA] Genina -The Sudanese security forces arrested, Sunday, tens of inviduals who were on their way to Libya to work as mercenaries.
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Africa: Sudanese Forces Arrest Group Heading to Libya to Work As Mercenaries

[SNA] Genina -The Sudanese security forces arrested, Sunday, tens of inviduals who were on their way to Libya to work as mercenaries.

Africa: Africa Must Go Beyond Ending Conflict, and Tackle Its Root Causes

[Africa Renewal] Hanna Tetteh is the United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Special Representative of the Secretary-General to the African Union. As head of the UN Office to the African Union (UNOAU), Ms. Tetteh spoke with Africa Renewal's Kingsley Ighobo
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Africa: Africa Must Go Beyond Ending Conflict, and Tackle Its Root Causes

[Africa Renewal] Hanna Tetteh is the United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Special Representative of the Secretary-General to the African Union. As head of the UN Office to the African Union (UNOAU), Ms. Tetteh spoke with Africa Renewal's Kingsley Ighobor on, among other issues, the current state of the UN-AU partnership and how women and young people can help resolve conflict. These are excerpts from the interview:

Cameroon: COVID-19 Training For Health Workers In Cameroon

[Plan International] «We have had the opportunity to strengthen the participants' capacities and give them the attitudes and skills that will enable them to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is becoming a real public health problem in C
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Cameroon: COVID-19 Training For Health Workers In Cameroon

[Plan International] «We have had the opportunity to strengthen the participants' capacities and give them the attitudes and skills that will enable them to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is becoming a real public health problem in Cameroon and particularly in the east region,» expressed Dr. Mirabel N, representing the Ministry of Public Health at the end of a two day workshop and training session for medical staff and community health workers in the Adamawa and East regions of Cameroon.

Cameroon: Building The Capacity Of Media Professionals On Child Safeguarding And Reporting Amid COVID-19

[Plan International] «It has been a wonderful opportunity for us to be trained on best practices in humanitarian reporting with a focus on the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. There has been a lot of discord across the media landscape in the region
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Cameroon: Building The Capacity Of Media Professionals On Child Safeguarding And Reporting Amid COVID-19

[Plan International] «It has been a wonderful opportunity for us to be trained on best practices in humanitarian reporting with a focus on the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. There has been a lot of discord across the media landscape in the region around COVID-19 reporting,» says Bah Tokoh, a journalist from a local radio station in Bamenda. «For two days, we have reinforced our skills and are going back as ambassadors in the fight against the pandemic.»

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